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Pendulum Dowsing

pendulum dowsingPendulum dowsing has been the choice of master dowsers for hundreds of years. The dowsing pendulum is compact, discrete and very accurate. Your dowsing pendulum can be made of almost anything that has mass enough to swing as a pendulum should. Metal, crystal, plastic, cork, ring, rock and string or chain creates a dowsing pendulum immediately. If you use wood for your pendulum, only use foreign wood to your location as a native local wood may not respond freely.

Pendulum dowsing is used by scientists, health professionals, map dowsers, remote viewing dowsers, professional dowsers and those beginning to dowse. The pendulum starts in a motionless position or a moving position. The dowser requests an example of “yes” then “no”. When a question is asked that can only be answered with a “yes” or “no”, the pendulum will respond within 1-2 seconds in the manner it demonstrated at the beginning example. A dowsing pendulum “yes” is usually a clockwise circular motion of the pendulum, (each dowser ascertains what his/her specific “yes” motion will be). Pendulum dowsing is thought to divulge optimum results in the morning, with the dowser facing East.

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Pendulum dowsing usually requires that the dowser “balance” or tune the pendulum to his/her project. When you purchase or make your pendulum, try to have the string or chain at least 6” long. Take a cylindrical object such as a short pencil or stick and wind your pendulum string or chain around the pencil until you have about 2” from the finger tips of your right hand thumb and index finger. Point the thumb and finger down that is holding the pendulum string and extend your other 3 fingers out to form an antenna. Swing the pendulum over the object dowsed or concerning the matter to dowse and ask if the pendulum is “balanced” to the subject being dowsed. If the pendulum does not end by swinging in a clockwise circle, unwind the string/chain a little and repeat the question. Repeat this procedure and question until the pendulum swings in a nice clockwise circle. Upon achieving the “balanced” pendulum, proceed with your regular questions. More on pendulum Dowsing.

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