Conical Beech Wood Pendulum
Wood Pendulums are considered neutral because they are less affected by incidental radiations in the environment such as electrical, magnetic and other subtle external emanations.
These pendulums are good for diagnostic work when working closely with people where the energy fields of the dowser and the client are in close proximity.
Because of their neutral disposition wood pendulums work well for any dowsing assignments.
Wood Pendulums are typically larger than either brass or crystal pendulums, but despite their size are light and responsive. Wood Pendulums do not accumulate subtle energies like crystal and need not be cleared before use.
These pendulums react to energetic vibrations in the environment and are energetically influenced by the dowser or client.
Crystal Pendulums carry their own specific energetic imprints depending on the rock they’re cut. For example, the Rose Quartz pendulum is said to relate to the Heart Chakra and is used to correct emotional issues.
Often crystal pendulums due to their emanating attributes act as a potentially positive teacher or healer for the dowser’s own growth.
Crystal Pendulums often receive or emit specific energies. Some Crystal Pendulums are known to accumulate energy and should be periodically cleansed.
These pendulums are non-magnetic so they are not influenced by ambient radiations in the environment, the dowser or client.
It’s not uncommon for a dowser to own several pendulums depending on the dowsing task. For example, I use the Conical Beech wood pendulum when recording Chakra readings for analysis and use the Mer-Isis brass pendulum for the healing work.
Experience will dictate which pendulum or combination of pendulums gives the best results. If one pendulum doesn’t feel right or isn’t moving the way you like then try another. I usually carry two or three pendulums in my pendulum pouch so I’m prepared for any dowsing task that may arise.
If you are new to dowsing, Link to Dowsing Books I sell a simple book on how to program your pendulum and other basic instructions for the beginner to intermediate dowser.