Posts Tagged ‘dowsing’
While sorting through some papers today, I came across a Kirlian photograph of myself taken at a psychic fayre in London some twenty years ago. It highlighted the blue and green in my aura at the time.
The aura is basically a design of our soul’s spectrum, encompassing the energies of our physical, mental, and spiritual experiences. Each individual aura is very unique, just like our fingerprints. Our auras change constantly, depending on our physical, mental, emotional or spiritual state at a given time. The green and blue shades in my energy field shown on that photograph depicted the healing energy and psychic energy I was expressing at that point in time.
The intensity of the colors around individuals, as well as the colors themselves vary considerably from person to person, which is hardly surprising considering how the aura represents our essential character, as well as years of accumulated experiences on a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level. It can even be indicative of our potential going forward. I learned that our true spirit essence makes up our auras, and that they encompass all of our karma from previous lifetimes, as well as our goals and aspirations for this lifetime. Read the rest of this entry »
One of the most common and easiest to use magical divination tools might already be available in your toolkit, or perhaps your jewelry box. The pendulum is simply a weighted object attached to a chain or piece of string. Pendulums can be purchased, or made by hand. For best results, choose an object with a bit of weight.
This type of magic is a dowsing spell. It will work best when your mind is at ease, since it is channeled through your subconscious.
In order to achieve the results you want, you will first need to practice with your new pendulum. Hold its cord between the thumb and forefinger of your dominant hand, and concentrate. In order to “calibrate,” ask your pendulum to give a motion that means “yes.” It may move back and forth, sideways, or in a small circle. You may need to experiment to find the signals that work best for you. Repeat the same process for “no” and, if you wish, “I don’t know.” Read the rest of this entry »
When I do psychic readings I use a variety of tools, such as crystals, pendulums, oracle cards and Tarot cards. In addition to my innate psychic and telepathic abilities, I use tools through which Spirit speaks. I typically use more than one tool in a reading and lately I’ve been favoring the pendulum with remarkably detailed and accurate results.
A pendulum is a weight suspended from a string or metal chain. When the top of the chain is held between the thumb and forefinger and the weight is free to move, it may swing or not. The use of the pendulum dowsing is evident throughout history. For example, you may be familiar with the practice of dowsing using a forked stick to find water. The stick bends when water is present. Likewise, a pendulum could be used in this circumstance. Read the rest of this entry »
We must all seem like such a stuffy and spoiled bunch lounging about with our standard tools such Tarot cards, imported crystals, and rune stones. These are so mainstream that it is almost acceptable to have them in every household. If in fact if we would be given the opportunity to get to know our clients and work with them with other methods of divination, they would be able to get even more detailed readings from some of us in our off-hours.
In fact from time to time, I do employ these methods from day to day – if there is a message I can catch in the clouds for example, I will note it, or if the birds fly in a specific direction I will apply it sometimes to my client’s readings if I have had time to reflect on them, and know them well enough. I will work on an ‘entire reading’ which not only will encompass my card and empathic readings but the occasional dream I have about them, and more importantly every day messages and symbols if they happen to signal something for the client. Read the rest of this entry »
I was thirteen years old, and out walking with my father when he said, “I want to talk to you about something”. I thought, “Oh no, is this going to be a talk about the birds and the bees!” And then he began, not a talk about the facts of life, but a little chat about what he called ‘The Spooks’.
My dad spoke about his conversion from atheist to spiritualist some ten years earlier. He told me how my mother had taken a bet with him and he lost. Losing meant he would have to accompany her to a spiritualist church in London. He went to the spiritualist church one Sunday night when Joseph Benjamin, a well-known medium, was on the platform.
Even standing right at the back didn’t stop this medium homing in on my father with a message from his recently deceased father. The message blew my dad away, especially when through Joseph Benjamin he was getting told off by his father about the way the tools he’d inherited were rusting away with neglect in the shed, amongst other things. Read the rest of this entry »
A pendulum is a weighted object at the end of a string or chain and it can be used for both dowsing and divination. The ‘bob’ of the pendulum is usually a crystal, piece of metal or some other gemstone. Pendulums have different sizes and shapes and they come in many colors. I use a quartz crystal pendulum with a 12 inch chain.
Divination with a pendulum can be done in many different ways, including using charts. You can even use a simple chart you draw on a normal sheet of paper.
Every psychic is different on how they do readings using divination tools. I like to challenge myself and push the envelope. I have developed my own divination method by combining the use of a regular deck of playing cards and a pendulum to do psychic readings. Read the rest of this entry »
Dowsing can be used in our daily lives for tracking down missing car keys, that have been absent-mindedly misplaced, or finding lost jewelry and other specific objects. Dowsing is also great for locating a lost pet… or even a child playing hide-and-seek!
The origins of dowsing can be traced back thousands of years, before technology and satellites were there to help locating oil…or pyramids. All those years ago, country folk would use a ‘Y’ shaped tree branch or twig to find water wells, or hidden treasure. It is commonplace these days to dowse for water, auras or even land-mines.
The only reason dowsing is being considered to be a ‘psychic tool’ is because scientists haven’t been able to find a logical explanation for how dowsing works. This is also complicated by the fact that some dowsers have better results than others. Their accuracy often depends on how attuned the dowser is to their dowsing tool. Fine tuning to this art seems to come with experience. Read the rest of this entry »