Introduction to Dowsing and Its Applications
7 July @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm£18.00
“Introduction to Dowsing and Its Applications
What is Dowsing?
Dowsing is a centuries old type of divination. It is an ancient technique for searching for underground water, minerals, ley lines, or anything invisible.
Dowsing works by observing the motion of a pointer or the changes in direction of a pendulum, supposedly in response to unseen influences.
Dowsing uses a Y-shaped twig, or two L-shaped rods. Cave paintings dating back to 600BC depict our ancestors holding Y-rods and this is how we know how far this form of divination dates back.
There are many names for dowsing equipment You may have heard them called a dowsing rod, divining rod or a witching rod. Rods are well known for dowsing, although some dowsers use other types of equipment. Others use no equipment at all!
What can we use dowsing for?
Nowadays, dowsing has many more uses and can be adopted into everyday life.
It is used for personal health and well-being and many dowsers believe that this is a great tool for enhancing your own intuition and decision-making abilities.
We still use dowsing today to find water, uncover archaeological sites and artefacts as well as unseen energy from the Earth.
What is a Dowsing Pendulum?
If you visit physic mediums or spiritual people, you may see them using a pendulum. This is a form of dowsing equipment which is becoming increasingly popular in modern society.
A dowsing pendulum is typically a rock or crystal that hangs on the end of a string or chain. It is a way of gaining spiritual and material insight.
Our ancestors would have used dowsing pendulums to locate hidden water, minerals, and other hidden objects beneath the ground.
How Does it Work?
Do we receive answers by magic? By spirits? By psychic powers?
The logical answer to how dowsing works is that the dowsing pendulum connects us to our subconscious mind. This is also known as the Akashic Records.
Join us on our Introduction to Dowsing and Its Applications workshop and see what you can discover! Take this opportunity to delve into the fascinating world of dowsing!
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Introduction to Dowsing and Its Applications - past events
Dowsing is a skill that can be learnt by anyone who has the patience, develops their awareness, and acquires a basic knowledge of its principles and mechanics. It is used for instance in water-divining, in medical dowsing, archaeology, for map-dowsing, and for time-dowsing, probably among others. It is a mental ‘tool’ that can be used for analysis through intuition and therefore fits between scientific analytical logic and imagination, intuition and subjective meaning. It is always used with a physical tool of some sort to amplify the signal – hazel twigs, metal rods, pendulum are the commonest ones.