The pendulum is one of the most astounding energy healing tools. Part of the graphic is a pendulum swinging back and forth like a hypnotist’s pocket watch or the driving mechanism of a grandfather clock. A pendulum is just a weight suspended from a fixed point that can freely swing back and forth or around in circles.

This small, symmetrical object suspended by a cord can be utilized in energy healing to raise your sensitivity to energy flow by acting as an amplifier, allowing you to connect with the united field and your higher self. A pendulum can assist you in locating a chakra energy center and determining its level of healthy activity.

I propose a pendulum made of wood (ideally beechwood) with a conical shape when learning to utilize one. This is the easiest way to get the information you need from chakras without any distortions. Carry your new pendulum in a little pouch or your pocket for a few days so it can begin to resonate with your energy. The blessing of your pendulum is the first step in using it. This should be done before each use. You might, for example, ask for your higher self and all the higher beings who are willing to help you affect the pendulum’s movement as you work. You will be guided to the knowledge you seek by the movement of the pendulum, so make sure you are open and available to help from both your higher self and your spirit guides.

When you’re ready, use your pendulum to examine chakras, which are energy focal points in the human energy field, to get essential feedback for optimal health. The pendulum amplifies energy and can be used to locate and learn about the functioning of the chakras. The chakras are placed as follows:

  • The first chakra is located around the base of the spine.
  • The second chakra is located midway between the first and the waist.
  • The third chakra is located in the middle of the body, halfway between the navel and the breastbone.
  • The fourth chakra is located in the middle of the chest.
  • The fifth chakra is located in the center of the throat.
  • The sixth chakra is located between the brows.
  • The seventh chakra is located at the crown of the head.

Begin by having your subject lie down on her back on a surface that allows you to stand beside her in a straight and comfortable stance. Countertops in the kitchen are fantastic! Suspend the pendulum above each energy center, about four inches above the chakras, with your posture straight and your arm extended a bit forward from your body. Take note of the direction of the pendulum’s movement as it begins to swing. Is it rotating in a clockwise, counterclockwise, elliptical (irregular) or non-rotating direction? Make a note of it, and then move on to the next chakra.

The meaning of the pendulum’s swings can be deduced in several ways:

  1. Clockwise movement suggests that the chakra is open, and the emotions it governs are balanced and whole.
  2. Moving counterclockwise implies possible obstructed energy or bad sentiments associated with that chakra. The size of the circle also indicates whether the energy is flowing freely or is constrained.
  3. An elliptical swing indicates a right- or left-side energy flow imbalance in the body, possibly as a result of overusing either the right macho or left nurturing sides.

But what if there isn’t even any movement? This could mean you’re holding the pendulum above the incorrect part of your body. If you try again and are certain you are in the correct spot, it is possible that there is a blockage.

The size of the chakra is not determined by the size of the pendulum’s circle; rather, the size of the pendulum’s circle is determined by the sum of your energy field, the pendulum’s energy field, and the subject’s energy field.

It’s crucial to note that the state of your own energy field has a direct bearing on your ability to read the energy centers of others. Don’t get disheartened if you can’t even figure out where the chakras are when you first start. It’s all about practice, practice, practice. It won’t be long until you see some progress.