Pendulum Work

I have a lot of folks who want to work more closely with their angels and guides, or personal helpers. First, as always, you must acknowledge them. Welcome your personal helpers with words, and let them know what you want them to do, or how you want them to be in your life. Then, be prepared to listen to them.

One way to establish communication and know is to ask a yes/no question and then use a pendulum to divulge the answer. Below is a how to guide for pendulum work.

1. Choosing a Pendulum:

You can either purchase a pendulum or make one yourself. It can be anything with a weighted object attached to a string or chain.
Choose a pendulum that feels comfortable and balanced in your hand. It can be made of various materials like metal, crystal, or wood.

2. Understanding the Basics:

Hold the pendulum between your thumb and index finger, allowing it to hang freely without touching anything.
Ask the pendulum which way means yes and wait for the pendulum to move on its own. Be patient, and if the pendulum doesn’t move, it may not be in alignment with you in which case you can select another.
Ask the pendulum to show you the “no” direction.
Ask the pendulum to show you the “no answer,” which can indicate that you need to reword the question, or that there is not a best answer.

3. Establishing a Connection:

When you begin working with a pendulum, be in a comfortable and quiet space where you won’t be disturbed.
Take a few deep breaths to relax your mind and body.
Call on your angels and guides to hear you and answer your question.

4. Asking Questions:

Ask clear, specific questions that can be answered with a “yes” or “no” or “maybe”.
Remain relaxed and open-minded, allowing the pendulum to move naturally. Consider closing your eyes so you don’t influence the answer.

5. Interpreting the Responses:

Interpret the pendulum’s movement based on your pre-established signals for “yes,” “no,” or “maybe.”
Trust your intuition and the connection you’ve established with your guides through your pendulum.

6. Practice and Patience:

Like any skill, working with a pendulum requires practice and patience.
Keep a journal to record your questions, the pendulum’s responses, and any insights or feelings you experience during the process.
Over time, you’ll become more attuned to the subtle movements and nuances of your pendulum.

Sometimes people wear their pendulum on a long chain around their neck so that it is always available. I take my pendulum to the grocery store and will sometimes use it to decide between different products. Play with your pendulum, always remembering to call on your guides and trusting that they are communicating with you through the pendulum. And have fun!