How To Use A Pendulum
Pendulums can be used to access your subconscious mind. The flow of energy goes from your subconscious mind to your extremities and around your body. Tiny muscles in your fingertips are connected to the motor centers of the brain and it is these motor centers that are affected by subconscious thoughts. Your thoughts and words affect the flow of energy and the pendulum responds.
Now hold your pendulum, if you're right handed, place your right elbow on the table with your forearm and hand extended above the chart. Spread the chain of the pendulum over your right forefinger and hold it in place with your thumb so that the point of the pendulum is suspended an inch over the center of the chart.
To get started use the chart below or draw two lines in the shape of a cross on a piece of paper. One line will be labeled YES and the other will be labeled NO. Next calibrate your pendulum by asking it a set of a few known questions. Start by asking... Is my name _________? Am I sitting down? Is the world flat?
Don't try to make the pendulum move, nor try to hold it still. It should just start to swing. The direction it swings in will determine if that line is a YES or a NO. So label it accordingly. When you get the correct answers to the rest of your known questions, your pendulum will be calibrated. Ask what you want to know the answer to. Stop each time before asking it the next question.
Pendulums can be used for personal answers and practical questions as well. For instance if you lost your keys. Ask: are my keys in the house? Are my keys at work? Are my keys in my bag? Keep in mind not to ask the pendulum if you love your spouse after he or she might have upset you by forgetting to put the ice cream back in the freezer. You may get a NO. Do not be general with your questions, be as specific as possible. For instance, fire can be both good and bad.
Remember to stay away from drugs and alcohol before using this device. It will interrupt with the positive flow of energy. There are many other uses of your pendulum; this is a good starting point.