You feel very relaxed and comfortable. And now you’re getting sleepy….very sleepy.
If you’re not familiar with Truth Testing, you may think a pendulum is only good for hypnosis. Or perhaps for dowsing for water (thirsty, anyone?) But there is so much more that you can do with a pendulum. Learning to use a pendulum can make your life easier, smoother, and even happier. I realize these may sound like grandiose claims (what? hype on the interwebs? Say it ain’t so!) but it’s true. I invite you to try it and see for your self.
In fact, there’s so much that you can do with a pendulum that I’ve written an entire book about it. It’s called Pendulum Mojo: How to Use Truth Testing for Clarity, Confidence, and Peace of Mind.
Perhaps I should back up a bit. “Truth Testing” is a term I use to mean testing for (identifying or validating) what is true. To demonstrate how Truth Testing can be useful to you, here’s an excerpt from the new book Pendulum Mojo:
There’s nothing worse than being faced with a decision you feel ill-equipped to make. This causes a sense of being stuck, stymied, frustrated, or impotent. Personally, I value completion, certainty, and clarity, so discovering the pendulum as a way to check in and unequivocally know for sure the most optimal choice was a godsend to me. No more time wasted on the fence!
The pendulum helped me to make accurate, high-quality decisions and choices at lightning speed, and it can help you, too. It also helped me to know when it was not the right time to make that decision, and whether or not I needed to wait a day or two (or longer) to let the dust settle first.
Additionally, you can use a pendulum to help you determine whether or not a statement is true. This is useful in a variety of situations, from figuring out which one of your kids is telling the truth to checking the validity of something you read in a book (barring this one, of course, wink wink) or something a so-called expert tells you.
But besides these common uses for the pendulum, there are also a variety of additional methods, including but not limited to:
- Verifying allergies and sensitivities;
- Checking with your body to see what kind of effect a particular substance will create;
- Choosing what to eat in a restaurant;
- Booking your flight to ensure smooth travels with minimum hassle;
- Finding out whether a person is trustworthy or not;
- Transforming your relationship with money;
- Finding lost items (scrying);
- Setting prices for business or personal sale; assisting with price negotiations;
- Healing physical, emotional, and energetic blocks (one of my favorite pendulum uses, but this is a topic for a whole other book);
- Energetically clearing a room;
- And much more.
Some people have asked me “why would I use a pendulum instead of muscle testing?” The answer is: it’s a matter of personal preference. I say, go with whatever works for you. If you are proficient and highly accurate with muscle testing, there’s no reason to switch to the pendulum. However, if you’re like me, muscle testing just doesn’t cut it. I find I am much more likely to influence an answer with muscle testing (without realizing it) than I am while asking the same question with a pendulum. Plus, pendulums are just pretty and fun, and I like ’em.
Other people have asked me, “Why not just use your intuition instead of a pendulum?” My answer to this is similar to the previous question: stick with whatever works. If your intuition is exceptionally accurate, then go with that. But you might be surprised to learn that many people are not as tuned into their intuition, and learning to use a pendulum can actually assist with deepening your intuitive abilities (more about that in the book). Additionally, a pendulum is very handy for verifying the accuracy and truth when you are not 100% positive about trusting your intuition. It’s a great “verifier” and “double-checker.” Even if the “quotes” in that statement weren’t entirely “necessary.”
There’s a bunch more cool stuff awaiting you inside Pendulum Mojo, but if you’re a pendulum virgin or a Truth Testing noob, I hope I’ve given you enough reasons why it’s worth trying it out to see what exactly it can do for you.
Go for it!