Angel Star Mandala Yes / No Aluminum Pendulum Chart - 8 inch round
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Designed and created here at the AYP studio, this 8 inch aluminum pendulum chart will help you get the answers you seek to your "Yes or No" questions. This chart can be used with any pendulum and you don't need to program it (pendulum is not included).
When you hold your pendulum over the center of the chart and ask a "yes or no" question, your pendulum uses the reference points on the chart to show you the answer. See the "How to Use" tab for details.
Chart features a lavender and periwinkle blue, multifaceted twelve-point "Angel Star" mandala. The chart's artwork is permanently embedded into its specially coated glossy aluminum surface that won't fade or chip over time. The center of each of the 197 stars in the background have been hand-painted metallic silver to add a touch of sparkle. Chart sits on four silicone foot-pads and its instruction booklet nests in a neat little storage space on the back of the chart.
As a bonus, a microfiber cloth is included to keep the surface of the chart smudge-free.
A note from the creator of Ask Your Pendulum: This chart is the product of my own hard work, research and/or creativity, to which I hold the copyright thereto and reserve all rights.
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Caring for your chart
To remove smudges and fingerprints from surface of your chart, gently wipe with included microfiber cloth or use a damp cloth. You can use mild hand or dish soap if needed. Avoid harsh cleansers or scrub brushes.
This chart features a colorful mandala. In Sanskrit, “mandala” translates to “circle”. A mandala is a balanced or symmetrical, abstract image that is traditionally made up of a geometric design or pattern representing aspects of the cosmos, the divine, and/or nature. Creating, painting, tracing or gazing at a mandala can help you focus, relax, connect with your intuition, discharge stress, and open up your creativity. Studies have shown that engaging with mandalas lowers your heart rate, blood pressure, respiration rate, and stress hormone production.
Twelve Point Star Symbolism
In sacred geometry, the twelve point star represents harmony and wholeness. It’s associated with the heavens and angelic communication, and is sometimes called the “Angel Star.” A twelve pointed star is also a symbol for the twelve Archangels and twelve signs of the zodiac.
Energy of Color
The colors in this chart primarily resonate with the Crown chakra, called "Sahasrara", which is associated your connection to the universe, wisdom, awareness, consciousness, spirituality, meaning, inner joy, peace, and wholeness.
Fun facts about the number 197 (# of background stars in this design):
After creating the design I was curious to know how many background stars I'd made, so I counted them. Then I was curious to know if that number was in any way significant, so I looked it up. I was delighted to discover that 197 is the sum of the first twelve prime numbers: 2 + 3 + 5 + 7 + 11 + 13 + 17 (hello Tarot Star!) + 19 + 23 + 29 + 31 + 37. And it is the smallest prime number that is the sum of seven consecutive primes: 17 (hello again!)+ 19 + 23 + 29 + 31 + 37 + 41.
In looking at this number through the numerology lens: 1+9+7 = 1+7 = 8. Eight is a symbol of abundance, wealth, and achievement.
In Chinese culture, the number eight is considered the luckiest number there is.
In Tarot, eight is represented by "Strength", a card about calm conviction, courage, healing, vitality, diplomacy, resolve, tolerance, and gentle, inner strength.
How to Use
- Clear your mind of expectations and predictions.
- Place the chart on a flat surface in front of you, positioned with “Yes” at the top of the chart and “No” at the sides. If possible, sit up straight and put both feet flat on the floor.
- Decide on the question to ask. Make sure you phrase your question so that it can be answered with a simple Yes or a No. Use details if you have them and be as specific as possible. Avoid using the words “should” or “supposed to” in your phrasing.
- Grasp the top bead or fob of your pendulum between your thumb and forefinger and arch your wrist slightly. Hold your pendulum so that it dangles about 1/2 inch above the hinge-point (the dot or small star at the very center of the chart). Steady your elbow on the table, but not your hand that holds the pendulum. Let the pendulum dangle directly above the chart’s hinge-point.
- Ask your question. While focusing only on the question, continue to hold your pendulum in position. If it doesn’t start to move right away, give it time, allowing the direction of swing to evolve on its own. When your pendulum settles into a repeating pattern, look at the chart to read its answer.
How to read your pendulum’s swing
- Straight line that follows the direction of "Yes" arrows = YES
- Straight line that follows the direction of "No" arrows = NO
- Counter-clockwise circular = Rephrase your question and try again
- Clockwise circular = Pendulum can’t say at this time or is not sure of the answer
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