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Dowsing Your Hand Chakras

Hand Chakras And Dowsing

Everyone has hands, so everyone has hand chakras. Although many people know about the seven major chakras running down your body, the ones in the palms of your hands are perhaps the easiest to explore with dowsing. Watch the video below to see how!

In case you're still not sure what we're talking about here, the hand chakras are those things that you are introduced to if you have ever done any healing or simply been in a group where you experimented with energy. You know the sort of thing. You rub your hands together and then get to feel something like a balloon between your hands, a sort of pressure there, although you can't see a thing.

And, because you can't see what's going on, it's ideal for using dowsing to explore it for you.

And the reason you rub your hands to begin with? That's to activate them. At least, activate them more than usual. After all, there's always energy flowing through you and out of your palms and your fingertips, so your chakras are always working. At least, they should be!

And if they aren't? How would tell, if you can't see them? Apart from any physical issues which would arise, the easiest way is to use a pendulum, as the video below shows.

After watching it, I think you'll agree that it's true to say that the hand chakras can be fun to play with.

Follow the video

So, briefly, using a pendulum to dowse the hand chakras can be both useful and entertaining. This video show you how.

Follow along with the video and see if you can get to open and close it and watch the pendulum as you do so. Like everything else, practice makes perfect, so if it's not working for you right away, don't worry! Keep at it.

If you check in on them regularly, you'll also get to see how they can change over time and with how your feeling. It's a fascinating thing to do.

Do let us know how you get on by posting your comment below.

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  1. Susan
    Susan says:

    This is all absolutely fascinating; I’m learning a lot from your videos. Thank you so much for your generosity, Nigel! I have a long list of ideas now for practicing dowsing every day. Smiles, Susan

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    • Nigel Percy
      Nigel Percy says:

      I don’t think there’s a straightforward answer to that question. At least, not without some further investigation. One place to start might be with Barbara Brennan’s book, Hands Of Light in which she has about 17 examples of pendulum responses to being held over chakras. I can’t recall if the infinity symbol is one of them, but it’s worth a look. Other than that, it’s down to you investigating.
      For example, is there an old injury to that hand or to the lower arm, or is there some congenital structural issue there? Also, what were you doing with that hand prior to dowsing that chakra, or did someone else have an energetic connection with you?
      If none of these seem to be the way to go, then the next thing to consider would be to start asking questions about what’s going on there. You could ask if what you got was normal for that hand or abnormal. If the latter, then is it only abnormal at certain times, or after certain activities or foods.
      You get the picture. It might come down to a matter of Q&A with you being willing to consider anything at all as being responsible for what you dowse.
      One final thought, can you change the shape of the chakra by closing and opening it with intention as in the video? If not, that is also another line of inquiry to follow…
      Sorry I can’t be more definite, but I hope that gives you some clues to follow. When you do find out what it’s about, then please feel free to post your result back here. I’d love to know! :-)

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