My dog was in the back of my pick up as I had a passenger I was giving a lift to a meeting he had. I stopped for gas and being distracted by conversation, my dog jumped out of the truck without me seeing it happen. After getting on the road again and noticing it was far too quiet , I looked in the rear view mirror and panicked. ’Oh my god, where is Juna?’ Well, my passenger, wanting to get to his meeting on time said ‘Oh, I’m sure we’ll find her on the side of the road.’ Yeah, right……
Anyway, dropped him off and immediately went home to get my trusted pendulum. I just ‘knew’ what neighborhood she was in and since I was driving a very loud diesel truck I didn’t want to use the body testing method I’ve described in earlier posts. So, with pendulum in hand I asked at every intersection which way to turn and within 10 minutes found my Juna tied up to a tree in someones front yard, sitting all pretty and not making a sound. I think she was in shock after she realized what she had done.
So, remember to use your pendulums to find something that’s missing. I like to go from room to room saying ‘Is (the missing item) in this room?’ Remember to start general then get more specific….like that game we used to play about guessing what the other person is thinking of and our first question would usually be “Is it bigger than a bread basket?’. It really does matter what words you use. I lost one of my pendulums the other day and used another one to attempt finding the lost one. But, instead of saying ‘Is it in this room?’ I jumped right away to “Is it in a pocket?’ I got a ‘Yes’ and then searched all the pockets of sweatshirts, jeans and robes I had worn in the last few days. I found it a few days later in the front yard by one of the plants where I had last used it to ask the plants when they have had enough water. Anyway, my point is…start more broad and then narrow it down. And, just like ourselves, don’t expect perfection and don’t give up just because you get a wrong answer now and then. I’d say my pendulum answers are in the 80 – 90% accuracy rate.
And, above all else, enjoy and have fun with it!!!