Dowsing and the Pendulum

My pendulums

Some of my pendulums

I have been dowsing for several years now since my Reiki Teacher introduced it as ‘a bit of fun’.  Since then I have acquired far too many pendulums (10 from my brother as a Christmas gift a few years back) and several more that I have chosen since then. They are made from various components, gemstones, metals and wood.  A pendulum can be made of many substances, but it can just as easily be a ring on a piece of string, or even something as simple as a child’s conker.
Although I did dowse the sex of an unborn baby, of a colleague of mine a few weeks ago, using a telephone headset!  So anything goes! And I have used a spring balance on a piece of string at the stables too!
Visualise the pendulum as an extension of the nervous system, helping the nervous system to translate information into a visual signal that the conscious mind can access easily.
The material that a pendulum is made from is, therefore, less important than the importance the dowser attaches to it.  By believing that the pendulum has special powers, or needs to be made from a specific material, or feels that it needs elaborate cleansing rituals, or can only be used by one person, will then limit the dowser.
However, that does not mean that the dowser cannot have their favourite or own special dowsing tool that only they use. It’s personal choice and down to the individual what they work with.
The Pendulum is operated by the Dowser.
The Dowser is not operated by the Pendulum.
The pendulum knows nothing; it is an inanimate object, merely an extension of the dowsers’ nervous system.
Dowsing is great fun, especially when you start seeing results.  
Love Jennifer x 

About Guinevere Fae

I have been working with tarot for over a decade and have read for people worldwide. For the last decade, I have hosted a monthly tarot meet-up. I am a Reiki Master and trained in Equine Reiki, and I am an experienced pendulum dowser too.
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1 Response to Dowsing and the Pendulum

  1. hocuspocus13 says:

    Reblogged this on hocuspocus13 and commented:
    jinxx xoxo


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