Another way to use a pendulum is to divide a sheet of paper into sections and write some realistic options on it. Close your eyes, ask the question pertaining to the options, and let the pendulum drop.
I did this just now.
My paper was divided into Ada, Oklahoma; McAlester, Oklahoma; and Eureka Springs, Arkansas. I asked, “When I return home in a week, where will I be going home to?” Three times, the pendulum dropped on McAlester.
I asked some follow-up questions:
Is this an accurate question? Yes.
Is that an accurate answer? I don’t know/cannot reveal.
Are the chances greater than 25% that I will be able to stay in Eureka Springs? Yes.
Is that an accurate question? Yes.
Is that an accurate answer? Yes.
Did my own will influence the outcome? No.
When it comes to reading/dowsing for myself on matters that I have a great opinion in, such as where I live or work, I always ask the final question on if my own will influenced the outcome of the reading. If the answer is “no,” then I accept the reading as it is and go on. If it is “yes” or “I don’t know,” the reading is highly suspect and I disregard anything that came from it.