Black Obsidian Pendulum
Pendulum benefits from crystal energy. While a simple piece of string and a button make a simple divining pendulum, a faceted crystal point at the end of a chain adds a rich dimension to your dowsing practices.
Pendulums are often used as tools for spiritual healing and inner growth. Defined as objects attached at the end of a string or metal chain, when suspended from a stationary position, a pendulum will swing back and forth or in a circular motion.
“Apache tears, black obsidian, golden sheen obsidian, and snowflake obsidian—These are all forms of black obsidian, which is a natural glass. Apache tears is one of the six traditional birthstones for Scorpio. Black obsidian draws you inward to the center of yourself, to the place of truth. It helps you dredge up emotions that are buried deep within.
. . . Black, brown, and metallic stones—These stones are excellent for actually cutting the cord. Black obsidian arrowheads, black tourmaline wands, and elestial quartz crystals are great tools for delving deep within to get to the source of what is buried. With conscious intention, these gemstones activate the release of buried emotions.”
About the stone: This is a natural glass, composed of two-thirds silica or more, formed during the cooling of volcanic lava
Astrological sign(s): Libra, Scorpio
Spiritual uses: Black obsidian draws you inward to the center of yourself, to the place of truth. In Native American teachings, it is likened to the Great Void.
Mental uses: Perfect to ground you and keep you focused.
Emotional uses: Black obsidian helps you dredge up emotions that are buried deep within yourself.
Physical uses: Use this helps you avoid ingesting toxins by keeping you focused on healthy eating.
Divine guidance: Are you in the need of a good cry? Are you feeling sad over a loss? There are so many reasons to allow ourselves to grieve the passing of a loved one, a job, a way of life, or anything that has changed from one way of being to another way of being. Acknowledge the angst and move through it toward embracing a happy life again.”