The Art of the Pendulum

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 55 pages
Everyone feels indecisive sometimes. It may be that we're not sure which job offer to accept, whether to buy or sell stocks, which advice to listen to, or what therapy will make us well again. Sometimes our pace of life is so frantic that we can't make decisions quickly and confidently enough. Yet deep in our subconscious we have access to a huge body of knowledge about the world around us, about others and ourselves, and about how things work. Author and photographer Maxi Cohen explains how the pendulum can be consulted to solve most any problem. The cards are based on different areas of life, from Divining Wisdom to Divining Creativity, from Divining Abundance to Divining Relationships. No matter what decision needs to be made, The Art of the Pendulum provides a way to find the solution by responding to any question that requires an either/or, yes/no, or multiple-choice answer.The Art of the Pendulum kit contains a metal pendulum, instruction booklet, and 12 cards to help readers discover the answers to their burning questions. It's an artful way for seekers to find their higher calling.

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About the author (2003)

Maxi Cohen is an artist, author, and independent film, video, and television director-producer. Her artwork is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, and the Israeli Museum in Tel Aviv. In addition, Cohen has produced short films for Saturday Night Live, MTV, FOX, PBS, and international television networks. Her feature films have played in movie theaters and on television. She lives in New York.

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