Pendulum Diagnosis

Learn How To Use A Pendulum:  The pendulum can be a useful tool in ascertaining what foods are suitable for you to eat. The pendulum can also be useful in detecting the site of a health problem in a person, and in showing where the appropriate acupressure points are to help the condition.

Some healers are very clever at diagnosing with a pendulum. Most healers I have met who work this way claim they have  a guide, or sometimes several guides, who help them from hidden realms.

My friend Gottlieb was a Spiritual Healer. He was used as a tool for healing many people. Gottlieb had started out using a pendulum in his early days of healing, he told me, but had switched to using a pen for diagnosing. The use of a pen enabled him to pin-point problem areas on an anatomical chart. Gottlieb then used the pen to define the specific acupressure points on the anatomical chart which would help the condition when massaged. With his pen, Gottlieb was able to tell you what year you had a serious illness, the year you had your first child, or what year a family member died. Gottlieb taught me how to use the pen for diagnosis. However, I haven’t yet mastered pen diagnosis and I am still using the pendulum.

Getting skilled at using a pendulum can take quite a bit of practice, but some people, in touch with their “Higher Self”,  take to it very quickly.

First of all, you need to purchase a pendulum. It doesn’t need to be an expensive thing- a cut glass prism on a string, such as you can buy at most ‘Two Dollar’  shops, will do the trick.

You need to practice using the pendulum regularly to become skilled. Choose a time when your mind is at ease. Early evening is good for most people – not too late, as it is not a good idea to use the pendulum at all when you are tired.

Basically, a clockwise motion gives a positive answer; an anti-clockwise motion gives a negative answer. Once you get skilled, you might be given other insights into a person’s health and situation from watching the movements of the  pendulum.

To begin practice, it is a good idea to do a breathing exercise such as the one listed on the post ‘Maximize Your Prana Intake’. This exercise, which only takes five minutes of your time, increases prana energy, oxygenates the blood, improves your mental function and releases stress. Alternatively, you could count the breaths as you sit in your chair, counting ‘ONE’ as you breathe in, and ‘OM’ as you breathe out. This can be done silently or aloud if you are standing or are in a seated position.

After doing the five minute exercise to maximize your prana intake, which is a standing exercise, sit comfortably and quietly on a chair. Sit upright and do not slouch. The feet should be flat on the floor.

You need to ‘tune’ your pendulum to begin with. It will probably take a few days, or weeks, of practice before you can sense what length you need to leave between your fingers and the pendulum to get the best results. A  pendulum  on a long string will move more slowly and take longer to reach an outcome of positive or negative than if it is on a short string. The length of string is a matter of personal preference. When you get more experienced, even a heavier pendulum can be held close to the weight so that you get a very quick result.

Use the right knee as the ‘positive’ side, and the left as the ‘negative’ side. Start with the positive right knee side. Hold your pendulum about four inches above the knee. Swing the pendulum gently to get a slight back and forth movement. Now wait for the pendulum to begin to swing in a clockwise direction. At first, you might get no reaction, or the pendulum might swing anti-clockwise, or in no specific direction at all. You simply stop the pendulum if it is moving, and start again.

Then try the left side for a negative, anti-clockwise result. Don’t worry if the correct response does not appear. Just keep practicing. Stop the pendulum, swing it gently to start its motion, and wait to get the result. Do five minutes practice on each side in one sitting.

You could try holding your pendulum over a coloured object and ask “Is this article  red?’ Or, “Is this article blue?” Make sure you are getting the correct response from this type of question before you begin asking it what foods might be suitable for you, or whether or not a product has toxic chemicals in it.

It is important not to bombard the pendulum with questions when you first realize that you are able to use it. It is best to limit your questions to three at a time.  More than that can confuse the intelligence helping you, and your own as well. Often, when many questions are posed, the questions themselves become loosely formed and are not clear-cut. Sometimes we do not wish to accept the first answer because it is not the outcome we desire, so we may ask again. Asking a question twice should always be resisted. Accept the first answer.

Also remember that even when you are skilled at using the pendulum, you are not necessarily immune from making wrong decisions: you can lead a horse to water, but you cannot make it drink.

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