Dowser Healer

Jack Temple Association of Health Dowsers

Practitioner Protocol

As a general rule a patient can expect the following from a practitioner accredited by the Jack Temple Dowsing Academy:

The practitioner will establish through dowsing if they have the knowledge and ability to help the patient and how many treatments will be required to remove the cause(s) of the problem as presented.

The patient will be asked about their actual problem, medical history, current medications and any other current treatment either from conventional or alternative therapies.

The pendulum will then provide answers through yes/no responses to specific questions asked by the practitioner.

The patient’s general health will be dowsed and measured. This enables the current state of health to be assessed and improvements monitored over the course of treatment.

They will ask the pendulum about the root cause of the problem, when it occurred and where in the body the cause resides as a negative energy vibration. For example, the cause may be a pathogen, a toxin or a trauma. Priority will be sought if there is more than one cause.

Some feedback from the patient may be required. For example, the cause of a problem may be dowsed to be a mental trauma at the age of 21. It may help the practitioner and the client to establish if they have a conscious memory of a trauma at that time.


In effect, the patient subconsciously relays exactly what remedies they need to restore their own health through the dowsing “communication” with the practitioner. Each treatment is therefore unique.

The treatment consists of potentised tablets made from the selected remedies and placed on the body. The location of where the tablets are to be placed is established through dowsing.

We always establish if it is “safe to proceed” before any treatment is given.

Practitioners may use kinesiology muscle testing, nutritional and physical therapies to support this work.


A sample of hair will be taken. We call it a “witness.” It can be used by the dowser-healer to connect to the energy of the patient when they are not in the practice and if more research needs to be done to help the patient further. It can also be used to send “absent healing “to the patient.

Absent Healing 

All practitioners are trained in the use of absent healing techniques. If appropriate the healing energy may be “sent” to you through a connection provided by your hair witness.

Absent healing is sometimes referred to as “remote healing”.


The practitioner may recommend lifestyle and nutritional changes (e.g. foods, cosmetics, perfumes, artificial clothing, medications, shampoos, detergents, exercise etc.) if dowsing indicates that these are contributing to ill health.

At the end of the session, the practitioner will dowse if and when the next consultation will be necessary.