Dowser Healer


What is Dowsing?

Dowsing is an ancient skill, which empowers the dowser to find answers to questions that are not available through normal conscious thought processes.

A dowser accesses information which is available within the sub conscious through the use of a dowsing tool. The tool is normally a pendulum, but other tools are available such as “L” shaped metal rods. In essence, we enter into a dialogue with our sub conscious and hidden information is brought into view through a pendulum response.

As dowser healers we normally use a pendulum, the chain of which is held between the thumb and forefinger. We can only ask questions which have a “yes” or “no” answer and the pendulum will swing in a certain direction to provide the answer. For most dowsers, a clockwise swing indicates a “yes” answer and an anti-clockwise swing indicates a “no” answer. 

The direction is not important; dowsers just need to know what their “yes” or “no” swing responses are. There are other pendulum responses, and the intensity of the swing is also a good indicator. With guidance and practice, trained dowsers develop this skill over time. 

Anybody can dowse and the basic skills can be taught in a few minutes.

For example: 

I can ask my pendulum “My body is allergic to wheat?” My pendulum swings in an anti-clockwise direction and for me this is a “no” response. My sub conscious knows that I am not allergic to wheat and relays this information to me through the pendulum. If I ask the same question of cashew nuts, then I have a positive swing of the pendulum to advise me that I am allergic to these.

As above, it is best to ask a question in the form of a statement for which there can only be a “yes” or “no” response.

Dowsing is used in many applications, the most widely known and accepted being dowsing for water. It is also used to search for oil or other minerals, to find missing persons or pets, to identify geopathic stress within a building and survey archaeological sites amongst many other things.

As dowser-healers we use dowsing to identify the location of a health problem, its cause(s) and the means by which they can be removed to restore optimal health. 

The key disciplines of a dowser are:

  • To have a clear mind

  • Not be attached to the outcome (lest you influence the pendulum)

  • To ask a very specific question for which there can only be a “yes” or “no” answer 

Nobody knows how dowsing works, but there is plenty of evidence to prove that it does.