In the article “What is Uchu Art?”, I explained that I proceed by researching how I should draw the picture with pendulum.
For those of you who are not familiar with pendulum, I would like to explain what it means to do research with pendulum and how I practice it.
First of all, a pendulum is a thin string with a weight attached to the end. You can use a coin with a hole tied to the end of the string, or you can use commercially available ones. Commercially available ones are recommended because they are made with weight balance in mind. There is a wide range of prices, but those costing a few thousand yen are good enough.
Researching with pendulums is part of a method called dowsing. It is one of the methods that have been used since ancient times to search for underground water veins and metal deposits. Shaking a pendulum may remind some people of the mystical rituals used by fortune tellers to elicit prophecies, but there is more to it than that.
There is a modern method of research using muscle reflexes, the well-known O-ring test, which is done in pairs. For example, if you want to find out if a certain medicine is good or bad for you, you touch the box with one hand and make a circle with the thumb and forefinger of the other hand and apply force. The other person exerts force to release the thumb and forefinger. If the other person loses and the fingers do not open, it is good for the body; if the other person’s force prevails and the fingers open, it is bad for the body.
This is used as a method to elicit answers from the body’s unconscious mind, which responds by making the muscles tense up or tense down depending on what is in contact. What is researched is done by verbalizing the question.
“Is this drug harmful to me?”
and so on. The answers obtained in this way are two values: yes and no.
Researching with pendulums is almost the same, creating a question that can be answered with two values, yes and no, and then researching yes or no by the way the pendulum weight swings.
I use the pendulum research method because the pendulum can be done by one person, whereas the method using the muscle reflex requires a pair of people to work together.
Next, I will explain how I detect yes and no.
The first step is to detect how the weight swings when it is YES for you and how it swings when it is NO. The easiest way to do this is to ask a question for which you know the correct answer, such as “Am I a man?” or “Am I a woman?” and observe how the pendulum swings at that moment.
In my case, the pattern is that it rotates clockwise when the answer is YES and swings left or right when the answer is NO. This pattern may vary from person to person, and there are other patterns of swinging other than YES and NO, but I won’t go into them here.
Once you have established your yes and no patterns, it is time to see how they shake out in response to various questions.
Do I need red to paint this Uchu art?
Do I need yellow in a circle shape in this Uchu art?
I keep asking these questions until I have completed the painting of the space art.
You may think that it must be a daunting task to select a specific color out of an infinite number of colors and a specific shape out of an infinite number of shapes.
Theoretically, yes, but in reality there are only about 20 colors used in Uchu art.
Also, while there are certainly an infinite number of shapes, it is not that much work because we proceed by imagining what the picture might look like, and then asking whether the shape and the way it is drawn are acceptable.
But how can you guess what a picture should look like? The truth is that I can come up with the idea that it should look something like this. My mentor used to say, “To come up with an image of something like this, you may think you have come up with it, but you haven’t. You have been led to come up with such an image, I was told.
Of course, images come up with are not always sure hits, so it is a matter of trial and error, but it never takes ten tries.
The Uchu Art is drawn in this way, but whether or not it functions as originally intended is verified by actual use.
When my mentor drew Uchu art, she brought the energy down to herself and drew it by automatic writing, so there was no research or verification process.
I do not have that special ability, so I use a pendulum to research and draw.
My mentor told me that you are the first person who could Succeed in drawing Uchu art, so I think it requires some original talent, but if you have such talent, you can produce Uchu art with the simple work described above.
As an application of the method of researching with pendulums, here is a way to get an answer to a question that has more than three options other than yes and no.
One method is to draw the choices in a fan shape and get the answer based on where the weight swings toward.
For example, draw a line connecting the numbers 0 to 9 in a fan shape and the center, then set the weight at the center and pick up the number from the direction it swings.
Once this is done, we can now number the choices of questions, and detect which choice is best by number. In this way, you will be able to efficiently detect what you want to know with the pendulum.
Finally, a word of caution. Pendulum, as mentioned above, is a useful tool that can be done by one person, but if you are going to tackle it, make sure you learn it from a trusted professional. This has to do with the question: who is answering when you detect with the pendulum?
In the case of the muscle reflex, it is your unconscious that is answering.
So what about the case of the pendulum?
Of course, you may have your unconscious answer. But it is also possible to get an answer from a higher dimension, and if you do it badly, you may get an answer from something strange.
This is because the act of detecting with pendulums uses a kind of possession phenomenon. Therefore, in order to do this safely, it is necessary to learn from a qualified teacher. It is dangerous to do it on your own, and I do not recommend that you work on it just out of interest. I use it only for the purpose of researching things related to Uchu art and healing.