Information Dowsing

Written by Nigel Percy

Information Overload!

Information dowsing? We live in an information-filled universe, so why have a name for this type of dowsing?

Just think about it. We are surrounded, swamped, up to our eyeballs in information. We select from that information all the time. Every book or magazine or paper we read, every film we watch, each radio station we listen to, each meal we eat we are selecting from all the other information we have access to.

And that is only our five senses operating in the ‘normal' world.

Information dowsing? Really?

Dowsing is like having an extra sense. It's closest to the one we call intuition, the sixth sense, but it's more highly refined.

So, when we're dowsing, we're doing exactly the same thing as when we use our ‘normal' five senses. We are selecting what we want from everything else. Except this time, it's not the ‘normal' world, but a much bigger range of options to chose from.

But there are some people who say that there are various types of dowsing. They will say, for example, that there is dowsing to change things and then there's information dowsing, or dowsing to find out about something.

I have real problems with this approach. And here's why. Dowsing is one thing and one thing only. It is about asking questions and getting answers which your rational mind cannot supply. (And this book gives you soooo many ideas about what you can do with dowsing!)

That definition, which has been around since anyone bothered to look at dowsing, automatically means that you cannot change anything with dowsing. What you can do is gain information about a subject which will help you to being about change. But dowsing itself does not do it.

Which brings me back to the main point again. Why bother calling it information dowsing? After all, we don't refer to our senses as ‘selection' senses. They're just senses. And dowsing is just dowsing.


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