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Switch to Forum Live View Anyone use Pendulum's to contact their guides?
7 years ago  ::  Jan 14, 2008 - 5:24PM #1
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Just wondering if anyone uses pendulums or any other means to contact their guides. Also-what is your success rate while using these means.

I use the pendulum on and off-just to see how it works, but have only found a 50/50 success rate. Two out of three times I've tried to find lost objects I was able to find them. Sometimes the accuracy is so off I stop using it for a while. I don't know if I'm influencing it to see the answers I want or not. I think I read in one of Doreen Virtues book that using pendulums is a way to contact with Angels-just wondering if others on here use that method to talk with their angels or guides and how well it works for everyone else! I'll take any tips anyone has to offer as well!

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7 years ago  ::  Jan 14, 2008 - 9:43PM #2
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Some years back I took a class in Huna Healing. We used the pendulums in the class to get in touch with out higher self. I do believe there is something to working with pendulums.

First one must establish what a yes and no sign is for that person. Then asking if the spirit is ready to work with a pendulum and receiving a yes before proceeding.

Anyway, I found an interesting looking site while looking for some information on Huna. I haven't explored it, but thought I would give the link here. In other words I am not endorsing this site, but thought some might find it interesting.

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