Chakra Pendulum Chart - Laminated or Download
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This chart is available in two formats: Laminated (in two sizes) or Digital Download. If you opt for the digital download version, a link will be emailed to you shortly after you complete your purchase, which you can print out on your own printer. Note: The purchased versions of this chart (digital download and laminated hard-copy) do not have the large copyright watermark across it.
The Laminated Chakra Pendulum Chart is available in two sizes, a convenient 5.25" X 8.25" chart that small enough to fit in a handbag or ipad case, or the full-size chart which is 9" x 11 1/2". Laminated chart is physical item that will be shipped to you.
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. If you are purchasing the download, you may print this chart out for your own use as often as you like. However, you may not distribute, publish, project in any way, or display on any internet website without my express written permission.
A chakra is a spinning portal into the body’s complex energy system. There are seven major chakras and each one acts as a focal point for reception and transmission of life force energies. The word, “Chakra” (pronounced “CHAWK-raw”) is an ancient Sanskrit word that means “wheel”. Each chakra has its own set of specific attributes and functions. As a group, chakras work together to vitalize the physical body and facilitate development of all aspects of the self: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. Our chakras are constantly adjusting as they move through natural cycles, opening and closing to realign to ever-changing energy flows. Removing and/or preventing energy blockages will allow the chakra system to self-regulate and re-balance naturally as it responds to your individual needs.
How to Use Chart
How to check your chakras with a pendulum and this chart
To begin, specify that the source for your pendulum’s information is your higher self (also known as the soul self, total soul consciousness, among other terms). To do this, 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.”
Then put yourself, the chart, and your pendulum into position as follows: Ideally, you want to sit up straight and if possible, put both feet flat on the floor. Lay the chart flat on a table and with the arrow on the chart pointing away from your body. Steady your elbow - but not your hand - on the table and let the pendulum dangle directly above the chart’s “hinge point” (the spot with the arrow) about one half inch above the chart’s surface.
With a quiet, unbiased mind, ask your pendulum to show you which of your chakras are in balance. Give your pendulum an opportunity to swing about freely as it looks into the matter. When it’s ready to reply to your question, the pendulum’s motion will straighten into a steady swing that goes out and back, out and back, swinging between the hinge point and the chart’s outer edge. When this occurs, your pendulum is indicating the chakra shown on the wedge just underneath this swing.
If there’s more than one chakra to report, the pendulum will change the angle of its swing and move through additional wedges, taking a moment to readjust in between each. If, instead of a straight line swing, your pendulum moves in a circular clock-wise motion, it’s saying “all” chakras. If it moves in a circular counter-clockwise motion, it’s saying “none”.
Some examples of other questions you might ask with this chart are: "Show me which chakra has low energy today." Or, "Show me which chakra will face challenges today." You can also ask questions designed to help narrow down issues that you may already be aware of. For instance, if you are feeling anxious, you could ask, "Which chakra is contributing to my anxiety?" Once identified, you can study the list of attributes for that chakra (as shown on the chart) to help you get close in on the root of the problem.
Additionally, you can use this chart to help you make color choices, perhaps for clothing or artistic design. There are lots of ways to phrase it, but you could say, “What color will best enhance my energy today?” Or, “What color will best feed my creativity today?”, and so on.
Tip: Remember to phrase your questions so that the pendulum can answer clearly. If you asked, "How are my chakras?" over this chart, your pendulum won't be able to answer because the question is too vague. A better question might be, "Which chakras are open?" or "Which chakras are closed?".