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Indian article on Pendulum dowsing

Postby Ian Pegler » Fri Jan 20, 2012 12:52 pm

from The Times of India...

More about Pendulum dowsing

We look at this anicent method, which was used by the Romans, Greeks and also by Nostradamus to predict the future.


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Re: Indian article on Pendulum dowsing

Postby Helen-Healing » Sat Jan 21, 2012 5:59 pm

Does anyone else cleanse their pendulum?
I have never done this. Is it necessary, do you think?
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Re: Indian article on Pendulum dowsing

Postby simonwheeler » Sat Jan 21, 2012 6:36 pm

Helen-Healing wrote:Does anyone else cleanse their pendulum?
I have never done this. Is it necessary, do you think?

Please don't think this is a "smart-arse answer"- but why not ask your pendulum?!
I have never cleansed mine. I happen to think it is not necessary. But others differ.
However, what I do do before each session is take a deep breath and "start again". I suppose that could be termed a form of cleansing....but I have never used a crystal, salt or any form of liquid or any "outside agency or physical object" to cleanse it. My view is that the pendulum is like an extension of myself- and I try to keep me pretty clean!
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Re: Indian article on Pendulum dowsing

Postby arthur hamlin » Sat Jan 21, 2012 8:04 pm

When I to do healing work I often find that unclean energies get attached to my hands and arms.
I believe that if pendulums are used over subjects that require healing than the same is likely to happen.
Like Simon is saying it is a good idea to dowse and ask if the pendulum requires a clean.
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Re: Indian article on Pendulum dowsing

Postby Helen-Healing » Sat Jan 21, 2012 10:09 pm

simonwheeler wrote: My view is that the pendulum is like an extension of myself- and I try to keep me pretty clean!

Even in all the hidden cracks & corners? :P
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Re: Indian article on Pendulum dowsing

Postby simonwheeler » Sun Jan 22, 2012 7:53 am

Helen-Healing wrote:
simonwheeler wrote: My view is that the pendulum is like an extension of myself- and I try to keep me pretty clean!

Even in all the hidden cracks & corners? :P


Especially! (And I did write "try"). :oops: :P
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Re: Indian article on Pendulum dowsing

Postby tomogston » Sun Jan 22, 2012 10:30 pm

I was in hospital and got talking to a man who was in his seventies ,we were talking about hobbies etc.
I mentioned i had just taken up dowsing ,this was quite a few years ago
He told me he had been in hospital with chest pains a few years earlier.
Before he went in to get checked out to see what was causing the pains
An Indian doctor who happened to be in the ward asked if he could use his pendulum to check his chest.
He explained what he used dowsing for and not to mention it to the rest of the staff .
The doctor told him exactly what was wrong with him ,I think it was a triple bypass he needed
He was quite precise regards the condition of his heart complaint and what was required
He also gave him a rundown of his general health problems ,which was also correct.
This certainly left a good impression on the patient. who he had assured would be fine after the operation.
His whole manner left the man with confidence which also helped relax him .
Its a pity he had to hide his dowsing skills
I can imagine the reaction from hospital management about this.
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