Dowsing non-stick in the kitchen (VIDEO)

Looking for a somewhat fun and whimsical way of using dowsing.  In this Dowsing Today tip Jean shows how you can use dowsing to evaluate the use of non-stick pan coatings in the kitchen.


 

3 Comments

  1. Jillian on May 29, 2012 at 1:28 pm

    The second pan… it does look like she is moving her hand ever so slightly. I’m into dowsing so I did notice this and played it over four times. First pan she didn’t. So we really do need to be careful, keeping our hand very still. It doesn’t take much to get it to swing.

    • Jean Slatter on May 30, 2012 at 9:07 am

      Thank you Jilian for commenting on this. I respectfully disagree though. In fact, this is a major misconception about dowsing – of course my hand is moving it! To fully understand how and why it is impossible not to, please listen to my dowsing interview on the CMN network http://www.cmn.tv/radio/jean-slatter-2/

  2. Diana on December 14, 2012 at 6:03 am

    I had bought and watched numerous dvds, listened to cds, podcasts, and read books on dowsing and some of them clearly pointed out that the visible movement of a hand, or arm is okay. On Raymon Grace dvds he is using a bobber that is vigorously moving in a big circle and his hand and arm are moving – can’t be helped with that much vigorous movement. But, he also uses a big bullet pendulum and you see his hand move it. On the Joe and Marta Smith dvds they say it’s okay to get the pendulum started or to show your hand the movement needed for beginners. And, at first, I thought it was more “pure” to have the hand perfectly still. But at this point I realize that the pendulum is simply an input/output device to help me see visually the answer.

    Whether the hand moves doesn’t matter as long as my brain is in neutral and the pendulum is simply indicating the answer however it needs to. Hand or arm movement can be how the pendulum gets to indicate the answer automatically.

    I stopped dowsing when someone crushed my confidence by pointing out that my hand was not perfectly still. They were new to dowsing and I had studied a lot. She showed me how it “should” be done. We stared at her non-moving pendulum with her perfectly still hand and tried to interpret her answers.

    I had to think my way out of that loss of confidence and realize the movement was just a way for the pendulum to show the answer. The pendulum isn’t magic, it is just an input/output readout device and if the muscle auto-twitches or moves to get the pendulum to where it needs to go, that is just part of the process.

    (For me, you mileage may vary)

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