Overview of Dowsing.
Dowsing, also known, mainly in the past as, "divining",
is an intuitive art and discipline used in all parts of the world
in both ancient and modern times. A technique for bringing information
from the intuitive or subconscious senses to the attention of the
rational mind, it has potential value in almost every area of human
endeavour, research and activity, and dowsing practitioners find
it a valuable tool in both their work and their everyday lives.
||Dowsing for Water.
Dowsing for sources of underground water, whether for private, community
or commercial utility is a time-honoured practice with skilled and
experienced practitioners to be found all over the world and in
almost every community.
Dowsing has been used as a tool to aid archaeological research
for many years and in a wide variety of situations. Although it
is not always publicly acknowledged that dowsing is being employed,
the shortage of time, of human and material resources and the often
overwhelming size of a site of potential interest lend great weight
and value to the guidance and focus that dowsing can bring.
Dowsing for Health
The practice of healthcare, both conventional and holistic, is
generally held to be both art and science, and even in the most
high-tech of therapeutic environments, the intuitive "hunch"
of the practitioner is rarely disregarded and is often found to
be of great benefit.
Dowsing allows the detection of the presence, and the
assessment of the nature and quality, of various subtle earth
energies. Some of the detectable earth energies are related to
geomagnetic anomalies created by the presence of flowing underground
water, of dry faults and fissures, of subterranean cavities, or
of mineral and crystal deposits.
For portability and accessibility nothing beats a pendulum as
a tool for dowsing. From a fishing weight on a piece of string
to a valuable gemstone on a silver chain, or a set of keys on
a key ring to a shopping bag hanging from your arm: all can be
used as pendulums.
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the Cameron Aurameter
The Cameron Aurameter is a quirky but popular combination
dowsing tool. This short tutorial by Sig Lonegren demonstrates just
how versatile it can be.