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PESOENTH Natural Amethyst Dowsing Pendulum Crystal Scrying Divination

25 February 2020 No Comment

What Is a Pendulum?
♥A pendulum is a symmetrical, weighted object that is hung from a single chain or cord. It's never made of a magnetic substance, but is often a crystal. It's also possible to use objects such as a favourite trinket, a bead, a metal ball or even a key.
♥The pendulum is a very simple tool and one that lets the user tune in to their intuitive powers. The pendulum acts as a receiver and transmitter of information, and moves in different ways in response to questions.

How Does Pendulum Dowsing Work?
♥A pendulum works by tapping into your intuition and sixth sense. The pendulum acts as a form of receiver and transmitter, from your higher guidance, guardian angels and spiritual teachers. As the pendulum moves, you gain answers in response to questions, it is best suited to use to answer 'yes' or 'no' questions.
♥Some people describe the way a pendulum works as being like bringing together the rational and intuitive sides of you (the left and right sides of your brain). When these two elements are brought together, you're able to make decisions using all the sources, rather than just one of them.

Why choose Gemstone Pendulum?

♥Gemstones in wicca and witchcraft often are used as ritual tools because of the energy they contain within themselves. When gemstones are used properly they can have several benefits to the user, whether you carry them with you (in your pocket) or if they are adorned on jewelry, gemstones can give off a constant energetic vibe from themselves into the wearer and user. Gemstone spheres are excellent to use as body massagers if roll them slowly over your body from head to toe.

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