Pendulum dowsing charts are often the easiest method of dealing with a lot of information quickly. They are also just known as dowsing charts because they are most usually used with a pendulum. They do not have to follow one particular template.
Such charts can display information in a variety of ways. Sometimes, simple lists are best, and at other times it might be best if the information is displayed in a diagram which is then dowsed against.
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Basically, the one thing in common in all pendulum charts is that the possible answers to a question are all displayed with equal ease of access. It also usually means that the number of possible answers or solutions is more than can easily be held in the head, or listed on your fingers.
Dowsing charts usually follow within one of these categories:
The types of content often include:
- Alphabetical / Numerical sequences
- Listing of physical things (medicines, vitamins, remedies, locations, names, etc.)
- Illustrations (of anatomy, acupuncture points, geographical areas, etc.)
- Assessment of non-physical things (auras, chakras, etc.)
From the above lists, you can see that there is virtually no limit to the use of these pendulum charts.
For example, you can use them to spell out messages, find missing people or pets, check your vitamins, choose a holiday spot, decide which present to buy, find out which flower remedy would be best for you or generally dowsing charts for health.
If you are not confident of making your charts yourself or even undecided about how to use dowsing and charts together, then you need to read our previous post on Dowsing Charts.
Should you purchase or make pendulum dowsing charts?
For simple lists of things which only you are going to be interested in, the best thing is to create your own. It can be as simple as a written list, or it can be made more attractive and you can spend time using graphics packages on a computer or hand-drawing them. It is entirely your preference.
The one advantage of making your own pendulum dowsing charts is that you are sure that it deals with what you want. On the other hand, you can sometimes not realize all the various aspects of a situation and so you can turn to pre-printed charts.
Some of these can be very extensive indeed. For example, a book called Pendulum Healing Handbook has a wide range of charts on many aspects of health. There is also Dale Olson’s ‘Pendulum Instruction Charts’ which is even more extensive and covers more areas than the first.
Whatever you end up with (probably a mix of your own and other peoples’) you’ll find that dowsing charts make your life a lot simpler if you’re dealing with a lot of different data.
Using Dowsing Charts
Using them is just like ordinary dowsing, with a twist.
Make sure you know what you are asking. Be clear and precise. Are you looking for a location, solution, more than one item? and so on.
With each chart, simply ask if the answer is on it or not. If so, where? (Left, right, top, bottom etc. depending on the layout).Then, having narrowed it down, point to each item until you get a ‘Yes’.
List dowsing (which is a type of chart dowsing) is a very quick and easy method of trimming down a large amount of data in a very simple way.
Let’s say you have a long list of possible dentists. You want the best one for you (based on your own criteria). If the list is over two sides of paper, simply ask:
- ‘’Is the best on the side facing you?’’
- If ‘’yes’’, then is it in the top half.
- If ‘Yes’, then is it this one, this one this one… etc.
- Keep asking until you get to the answer you need.