Many people admire our crystal pendulums but they’re not entirely sure what they’re for or how to use them. In this article, we’re going to explain how you can use a crystal pendulum to develop your perceptive powers. This is important work. Aldous Huxley, the renowned philosopher and author of Brave New World, explained that “There are things known, and things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception.”
How Crystal Pendulums Work
The pendulum can be thought of as an extension of your intuition. Believe it or not, you already know the answer to many of the questions that occupy your mind. The knowledge you seek resides within your subconscious – that portion of our mind that understands many things but communicates obliquely. The pendulum converts the knowledge of the subconscious into physical motion, making these insights much easier to access and understand.
Using the Pendulum
A pendulum is a very personal tool. Be prepared to spend some time with it, as the pendulum begins to align with your vibrations. Pendulums can only give you two responses – a yes or a no. To do this, hold the pendulum in the appropriate position (we need a picture of this here) and say “Pendulum, please show me YES.” Give the pendulum time to respond, and take notice of the direction of its swing. Don’t worry if the swing is only subtle to begin with. Once you’re confident on how the pendulum shows you YES, repeat the process, asking the pendulum to show you NO.
Check the YES/NO responses every time you use your pendulum. Be aware that the pendulum’s YES/NO responses can change over the course of time. This is a result of your growth and development. As your subconscious changes, the messages it sends out via the pendulum will also change.
Asking Questions with the Pendulum
It is appropriate to ask the pendulum questions about situations where you have a choice, where you’re in control, or about things your subconscious already knows. Remember, these questions need to be YES/NO in nature, or when there are only 2 possible answers.
For example, you could use your pendulum to:
Make a choice of any kind – Do I want to travel on vacation or stay home?
Figuring out what is best to do – Should I keep the job I have or look for a new one?
Determining how you really feel about something – Do I want children in the near future?
Assessing your capabilities – Can I accomplish the task I’ve set for myself?
Pendulums can also be used to locate missing objects. This is great news if you lose your car keys or phone frequently. Simply ask the pendulum a series of YES/NO questions while retracing your steps. For example:
Did I leave the keys in the car?
Did I drop the keys in the driveway?
Are the keys in my coat pocket?
Some pendulum users work with a map, accessing the power of their subconscious to locate water, oil, treasure, or even missing people or pets.
It’s important to remember that the pendulum is merely an extension of your intuition. It’s not telling you anything that you don’t already know. Be careful not to elevate the tool above the consciousness powering it!
Your pendulum works because it’s in tune with your vibrations. For this reason, it’s a good idea to never let anyone else handle your pendulum. If someone does handle it, spend some time with it and re-establish the YES/NO response.
Remember that the pendulum is there to help you make good decisions. It’s not the only tool you have at your disposal. In addition to your intuition, engage your rational mind, and pay attention to your common sense. This combination is very powerful.
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