While we’re on the subject of psychic card games, mystery people, and other tools for intuitive development (which we are ‘cuz I said we are), I might as well break down and confess that I have a rather serious addiction to pendulums.
Is there some sort of therapy for that?
Because I need it.
As is characteristic of addicts, however, I find it more comfortable to blame my problem on somebody else, and in this case the convenient scapegoat is Eva Browning of AskYourPendulum.com.
I ran across Eva’s gorgeous work by accident online (and by “accident,” I mean I was probably googling “Where can I buy way too many fabulous pendulums?”). And the moment I saw them, I was utterly captured: hook, line and sinker.
Or fob, chain and weight stone, as the case may be.
Eva’s pendulums (or pendies, as I like to call them), are not the typical boring-chain-glued-to-boring-pointy-crystal that you invariably run across in even the finest woo-woo establishments. They are true works of art, each quite unique, featuring high-quality metals and carefully calibrated crystal energies intended to address specific needs.
Plus, they’re just wicked pretty.
And you can even WEAR them, for heaven’s sake. Below is an example of one of her pendulum necklace designs, which someone should purchase for me immediately.
That would make you co-dependulant, I suppose, but I would love you unconditionally and stuff.
And this will be the last one, I promise.
Until the next one.
In addition to making stunning and highly useful “compasses” for the spiritual journey, Eva is just a super-warm and lovely person, and somewhere during the course of me forking over a substantial portion of my discretionary income, we got to be friends.
Go figure, right?
But there it is.
So by now I have quite the sizeable collection of these little dangling lovelies, which I display on a realistic-looking metal jewelry tree on the mantelpiece in my studio, and I am forever going in there and polishing them, moving them around, or just standing there staring at them wistfully.
And occasionally, if I really have time on my hands, I actually USE them.
If you’d like information on how to do that yourself, Eva offers some very detailed instructions on her website, below:
Now, don’t forget to leave a comment with your guesses on the first “Pick a Card” experiment. Results will be posted in the next few days.