Today I am sharing with you 7 ways to do muscle testing.  I love my pendulum and that to me is the easiest way to get an answer.  Having watched the video, I have chosen another one to use as well for those times when I don’t have a pendulum on hand.  That is not often as I have one in the kitchen and if I have doubts on if a particular food is OK to eat, I use the pendulum.  I also use pendulum on what essential oils to use; if I should go places and do things; there are so many ways that you can use your pendulum or another form of muscle testing to get answers.

In all cases, you can test by simply asking your Name which you know to be true.   You then follow it by a name you know not to be true.


Published on Aug 27, 2015

Learn how to do self-muscle testing.

In this video, I share seven ways you can muscle test yourself. This video is a companion to episode 96 of the Business Mindset Podcast, where I discuss how to use muscle testing in your business.

You can access the episode here: R2B 96, How to Use Muscle Testing in Your Business As a companion to this episode, I’ve also prepared a free download for you: a pdf transcript of the entire episode, so you can refer back to it when you’re practising self-muscle testing. You can get that at the link above.

If you have any questions about self-muscle testing or if you would like me to muscle test on the best prices for your business offerings, you can sign up for a free pricing call here: This is NOT a sales call; it’s a chance for us to play around with muscle testing to find the best, most aligned prices for you and your business.

I also talk a lot about the different types of self-muscle testing and how you can use this in your business in my first book, BUSINESS BELIEFS:

Also: I know my arm moves when I’m doing the pendulum. It was really hard to demonstrate that properly while making the video! I use the pendulum A LOT and I find it to be really accurate…however, I always rest my arm against my body while doing it, or my elbow on a table. That helps to stabilise my arm.

…And yes, there are bloopers at the end. This was on purpose! When I have them, I like to add them at the end of a video.They make me laugh, and I figure most people could stand to laugh a little more!

Holly Worton
Business Mindset Alchemist for Women Entrepreneurs
PSYCH-K® Facilitator

  • Thanks Holly – I enjoyed your video and look forward to following you

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