|Posted by Janet Phoebe Miller on January 15, 2013 at 4:40 PM|
Your Body, the Living Pendulum
For example, did you know that you can use your body as a pendulum?
Not only is it easy and simple to do, it's quite accurate. Here's how you do it:
1. Put your feet together. This is to give you a less stable base. You want your body to be able to easily and freely move back and forth.
2. Ask your question or state a choice you're considering.
3. Allow your body to sway forward or backward. Forward is a "yes" and backward is obviously a "no".
It's pretty handy to have such a tool with you at all times. Here's some examples:
When you're considering a supplement or vitamin to take for that nasty cold, simply hold it with both hands and use the process above. If your body wants it, it'll give you a "yes". When faced with a choice, state aloud or think of one of the choices and wait for your body to indicate if it's a "yes" or not. Then repeat the process with the other choice(s). If you're unsure whether a specific food is spoiled and may make you ill if you eat it, hold it in your hands or simply focus on it. Your body will gladly tell you if it's safe to eat or not.
This information is certainly not new but it gives you a sense of taking your inner knowing back. By doing this more often you will get a better sense of your own body. This will also help you learn to listen to your body and learn to TRUST what is good for you.