I just got back from doing a presentation to the Tucson Dowsing group in Arizona. What a wonderful group of people.
Most people associate the term ‘dowsing’ with the process of using rods or branches to help locate water sources. Actually, dowsing encompasses a much broader concept that includes the use of any object, such as a pendulum, to tune in to certain frequencies. Still, it’s fascinating to think that dowsing has been used to find water since the beginning of recorded history. Even to this day certain companies will have a ‘dowser’ on board to locate optimal sites for drilling wells and locating water.
Dowsing is simply a method for tuning into a particular frequency of energy information, much like you would use a radio dial to tune in to a particular station. Right now there are countless frequencies happening in our airspace; to pick up on any of them we need a receiver. Dowsing is much like that. It’s about being able to tune in and become a receiver of information.
I first discovered dowsing when I went to a chiropractor who used dowsing to identify a mineral deficiency that I had. After leaving his office I went straight to a natural health store to pick up the supplement he had recommended. I told my story to a little old lady working there who suggested that I check out the Sacramento ASD (American Society of Dowsers). Looking back, it was certainly a turning point in my life and was extremely instrumental in opening my intuitive right brain.
Now, I’m certainly not one to join groups, but I was immediately attracted to dowsing because of its lack of dogma. Rather than pushing some kind of one-size-fits-all answer, they’d say, “Dowse it out for yourself and see what’s true.” I’ve since been to dowsing conferences all over the nation and have met a fascinating variety of people who dowse on everything from improving their gardening to communicating with aliens.
Check out the American Society of Dowsers for yourself. Dowsing may be a wonderful tool for intuition that you will love as well.