Dowsing FAQ by Bill Cox

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Q. What is dowsing?

A. With the aid of one's superconscious mind, using a suitable device, one may gain unseen information at a distance, (even through material barriers), about a person, creature, object, substance, place or " thing" , beyond the limitations of one's five senses and so-called logical, thinking mind.

Q. How?

A. Combination of mental, emotional and intuitive faculties are focused, in right order, upon the object of one's quest. Presently, the device moves beyond one's physical control, according to a preestablished code.
One may also Map Dowse (remote locating by chart). With the aid of an instrument and pointer, the Dowser tracks lines, pathways and coordinates with far-off, fixed or moving objects.

Q. Must one be gifted to dowse?

A. No. Dowsing is an intuitional science and can be learned. Divining is not just a gift miraculously bestowed upon a " few" .

Q. Can anyone do it?

A. Yes, with some rare exceptions. But the quality of Dowsing efforts do vary, depending upon how one approaches the work.
One develops one's own intuitive apparatus through ESP But it is NOT Extra Sensory Perception. It is Extended Sensory Perception. There's nothing extra about it. True Dowsing is an extension of one's natural, feeling, intuitive perceptions.

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Q. How does one begin?

A. To Dowse, we must have a suitable device and be simultaneously aware on two planes. We live in two worlds; the material outer and imaginative inner worlds of existence. " Higher" (knowing) mind, flourishes within the realms of intuition and responds to noble questions posed by the " thinking" intellect. Quality and quantities of valuable information may be tapped from this great universal source, beyond material considerations.

Q. How Important is the instrument?

A. Some persons actually receive contact from a distant target, buried object or energy field, without the benefit of an instrument. Others claim they make contact with the help of an invisible guide. We have seen convincing demonstrations of this. The former is more voluntary and, in the latter case, responses are usually involuntary.
Too often, great emphasis is placed upon the instrument, with little consideration given to the operator's skill.

Q. What are the limits to dowsing?

A. Applications for Dowsing are ever expanding and seemingly limitless:

  • One may search for underground water, minerals, oil and ore;
  • buried or hidden objects and substances; treasure, lost valuables, missing persons or pets;
  • downed aircraft, lost vessels at sea;
  • earth's telluric currents, energy rings, spirals and ley lines. One may feel wave-fronts from crystals, blessed objects, symbols, signature emanations and the human aura.
  • Dowsing is used in archeology; also to pin-point mechanical defects in equipment;
  • to rediscover lost survey markers and buried pipes. One may Dowse for purity in foods and soils for planting. The list goes on and on.

Dowsing, an ancient and true science, may be learned and even self-taught through specific methods revealed in our Discover Dowsing video tape and books.