Pendulums and dowsing rods
A pendulum is a weight on a chain or wire, and can be made of metal, wood, mineral, precious stone, etc. and comes in various forms. You can use a shuttle with yes / no questions as well as with cards, which can be very extensive.
Commuting is another form of radiesthesia, just like dowsing. Both forms work on the same principle, but the goal is slightly different.
The art of commuting is quite simple in itself. You hold the shuttle, ask a question and then wait to see how the shuttle responds through movement. Based on these movements you can then decipher the answer to the question you asked.
While commuting, the shuttle makes contact with the wisdom that is hidden in your subconscious self.
You come across the pendulum / divining rod in many ancient civilizations. Even in the Bible, Moses is mentioned who uses his staff (divining rod) to find water. Some famous commuters or commuters are: Leonarda da Vinci, Robert Boyle, Charles Richet, Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Thomas Edison, Lloyd George
Buying dowsing rods
With a dowsing rod you do dowsing walking. It is a way to detect water veins, earth rays, water sources and earth fractures. The divining rods are now mainly made of brass. In the past, these were made from wooden branches.
At De Goudsbloem you will find different types of dowsing rods, both for the beginner and the advanced.
You can consider a biotensor as an extension of the Higher Self. You can use it to test at different levels. You can use it to test nutrition, measure the chakras, test the home and surroundings for water veins, earth faults, sources, etc. At De Goudbloem we sell pure biotensers made of spring steel.
These pendulums are being used with aroma therapy, herbal remedies, radionics, homeopathy, essential oils therapy, with card readings and in the healing practice.