By Greg Turner | March 19, 2017
This article is the second in my series on how to use the pendulum for change. To start off, I want to make some clarifications about what I wrote in the first article, which you can read by clicking Use the Hypnotic Pendulum For Change 1. The third article in this series is here: Use the Hypnotic Pendulum For Change 3.
I want to make sure everyone understands what is meant by an unconscious movement when you use the hypnotic pendulum for change. You know what a conscious movement is. If I ask you to raise your arm, you can do it; that is a conscious movement. You made the conscious decision to raise your arm and you did so.
On the other hand, an unconscious movement is a movement that happens without your conscious involvement. Unless you take over conscious control, your eye blinking and breathing are examples of unconscious movement. They happen automatically without you thinking about it. Another example, is if you accidentally fall down, you unconsciously, without thinking about it, stick out your arms to break your fall. Unconscious movements are involuntary!
So, what you should be looking for are yes and no signals that are unconscious and involuntary! If you find your conscious mind interfering, look away from the pendulum and hum a tune in your head or think of something else.
Rarely, when asking your unconscious mind for yes and no signals, you will get the same signal. If this happens, stop and place the pendulum on the table. Shake out your arm. Then take hold of the pendulum again ask for the yes signal. After you get it, say to your unconscious mind, “now give me a no signal that is different from the yes signal.”
After getting a yes signal you can ask “if that is a yes signal, please repeat it”.
Next week’s installment will start to cover the art of asking yes/no questions of your unconscious mind with the goal of improving your visualization and affirmation efforts. Contact Me if you have any questions.
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