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Laminated Multiple Choice Pendulum Chart with Pen
Laminated Multiple Choice Pendulum Chart with Pen
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For years I've been using disposable, single-use blank charts for multiple choice dowsing questions. Then one day it hit me. Why not laminate this thing, use a dry erase marker, and then keep it for next time? I can't believe it took me so long to figure this out! I have a dry-erase white board in my office - so I'm used to the whole notion of temporary notations in the first place - write it down and wipe it off when it is done. Well, I guess this is just a case of better late than never.

This is a blank, laminated, reusable, ten-section multiple choice pendulum chart available only here at AYP. You can use it over and over and over again. Use it hundreds, thousands, even hundreds of thousands of times if you want. This 8.5 x 11" chart has ten good-sized sections for your written words, glyphs, numbers, or symbols. On the back of the chart you'll find detailed, easy to follow instructions on how to use it (see the instructions tab above). Included is a name-brand fine tip dry erase marker (black). With this chart, when you have a multiple choice question for your pendulum, just write the options down, ask your question(s) and wipe it clean with a simple tissue or soft cloth when you're done. (Cloth not included.)

Important: Always use a dry-erase style marker on chart. You can also use colored dry-erase style markers if you have them. Do not use permanent markers on the chart, unless you want the markings to be permanent.

How to Use a Multiple Choice Pendulum Chart

Setting up the Chart
Using the special marker provided or any “dry erase” type of marker with a fine point, write each one of the options you want to choose from into a blank triangular wedge in the chart. When deciding what to write, short and sweet is best, but do spell it out; don’t use abbreviations. There are ten wedges in this chart. If the number of options you have is fewer than ten, leave blank wedges in between each so that you avoid clumping options all to one side. It’s best to distribute the options evenly across the chart. For example, let’s say I am looking for a job. I’ve sent out hundreds of résumés all across the country and have hit the jackpot, receiving 5 job offers at once. (I know, exciting huh?) Now, to use this chart to help with my decision process, I’ll write the 5 different choices - one job offer per wedge - onto the chart. In no particular order, I’ll scatter the five choices, leaving some of the wedges blank, so that the job offers are spaced out across the whole chart. When I fill in the wedge for each job offer, I’ll write the offered position, company name and the city it’s in, such as, “Creative Director, Smith Company in Seattle”.
Positioning - you, the chart, and the pendulum
Ideally, you want to sit up straight and if possible, put both feet flat on the floor. With the chart in front of you, on a flat surface, and the arrow pointing away from your body, grasp the top bead or fob of your pendulum between your thumb and forefinger and arch your wrist slightly. Hold pendulum directly over the “hinge point” of the chart – the spot shown by the arrow, about 1/2 inch above the chart’s surface. Steady your elbow (but not your hand) on the table and let the pendulum dangle directly above the chart’s hinge point.
Citing the source and asking the question
Clear your mind of expectations or predictions. Cite the source of your pendulum’s answers. You really want to tap into your intuition here – aka, your higher self. You can say: “I call upon the higher self to answer these questions. I seek only truthful answers, which are aligned with the highest and greatest good for all concerned.” Whether you say this out loud or inside your head is up to you. Do what you are comfortable with, and feel free to tailor this language as you see fit. Now, phrase your question so that it can be answered by one or more of the options you’ve written on the chart. Be specific in the phrasing of your question. In the example above - evaluating job offers - I might ask, “Which of these jobs will provide me the greatest financial stability over the next 5 years?” or “Which of these opportunities will make good use of my creative talents?” or “Which job will give me the greatest opportunity to help real people in a meaningful way?”. What you don’t want to ask are vague questions that lack specific criteria, such as “Which job is the best?” (Best in what way? For whom?)
How to read the answer
To read the answer, you can imagine that this chart is one half of a round pizza and your pendulum is a wheel-style pizza cutter - which you’ve positioned at the center of the pizza (the hinge point). Once you’ve asked a question, give your pendulum an opportunity to swing about freely as it looks into the matter. Don’t rush things. Allow the pendulum some time to find the groove its looking for. When it answers your question, the pendulum will repeatedly slice the same wedge of pizza by swinging back and forth from the hinge point to the outer edge of the pizza. When this occurs, read the option written underneath this slicing swing - this is your answer. If the question is such that more one option is valid, wait to see if there’s more. If there is, the pendulum will swing through additional wedges, taking a moment to readjust in between each. Note: If the pendulum swings in a clockwise circle, instead of in a slicing motion, this means that all options on the chart are potentially valid. If the pendulum swings in a counter-clockwise circle, it is saying that none of the options are valid. When finished, wipe off chart with a tissue or cloth to return it to ready-to-use status. Do not use permanent markers on the chart, unless you want the markings to be permanent. For more information about how to use your pendulum, see step-by-step instructions at

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