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How to Use a Pendulum

Pendulums have been used for centuries for divination and dowsing. They are simple tools that can be used for a variety of purposes, from finding water to answering yes or no questions. Here are some tips on how to use a pendulum effectively:


1.      Choose the right pendulum: Different pendulums are suited for different purposes. For example, a crystal pendulum is good for healing and meditation, while a metal pendulum might be better for dowsing and divination.


2.      Set your intention: Before you begin using your pendulum, set your intention. This can be as simple as asking a question or focusing on a specific task.


3.      Hold the pendulum correctly: Hold the pendulum by the chain or string, with your elbow resting on a table or other surface. This will help to keep your hand steady and prevent any unwanted movements.


4.      Ask your question or make your request: Once you have set your intention and are holding the pendulum correctly, ask your question or make your request. The pendulum will then begin to move in response.


5.      Interpret the pendulum's movements: A clockwise movement typically signifies a "yes" answer, while a counterclockwise movement typically signifies a "no" answer. Some people interpret side to side as "maybe" or "I don't know".  These movements can vary by person.  Ask questions you objectively know the answer to in order to get the particular settings for that pendulum.


6.      Practice: The more you use your pendulum, the more you will become attuned to its movements and the more accurate your readings will become.


It's important to note that pendulums are not a substitute for professional advice, and should not be used solely for decision making. It's a tool for self-discovery and intuition.


In conclusion, Pendulums are a simple yet powerful tool that can be used for divination, dowsing, and personal growth. With a little practice and patience, you can learn to use a pendulum effectively and gain valuable insights into yourself and the world around you.