Pendulum Magic for Beginners
by Richard Webster
It’s hard to believe something as simple as a weight on a string can work magic. A pendulum is a powerful tool, yet small enough to carry around and use anytime. With just a few minutes of practice, anyone can start using it.
Using the easy techniques in this book, you can use a pendulum for guidance, self-improvement, psychic development, and a wealth of other practical purposes.
- Locate lost objects
- Gain insight on any decision
- Test food for freshness or allergens
- Change bad habits
- Resolve health issues
- Diagnose car or appliance problems
- Communicate with spirits
- Explore past lives
Once you’ve mastered the basics, you’ll learn more advanced pendulum techniques, including little-known methods that can be used to help you achieve any goal you desire.
With every swing of the pendulum, you can develop your spiritual energy.
Richard Webster (New Zealand) is the bestselling author of more than one hundred books. Richard has appeared on several radio and television programs in the US and abroad, including guest spots on WMAQ-TV (Chicago), KTLA-TV (Los Angeles), and KSTW-TV (Seattle). He travels regularly, lecturing and conducting workshops on a variety of metaphysical subjects. His bestselling titles include Spirit Guides & Angel Guardians and Creative Visualization for Beginners.
“Crystals come in various shapes and sizes, either directly from the earth in their natural state or polished and cut into various geometric configurations. Gemstones are especially delightful in jewelry, amulets, and pendulums.
Other items you may consider everyday items, such as pendulums and amulets, also benefit 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. Similarly, while an amulet, which is meant to bring good luck and protection, can be made of practically any type of material, a crystal brings the added benefit of positive associations and intentions attached to it.”
~excerpted from The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals and Stones by Margaret Ann Lembo