So Many Things!
There can seem to be a large number of dowsing methods, using a variety of tools and techniques.
However, when you start to look in more detail, there really is only one main method of dowsing, as this short video describes.
There is no one dowsing method. In fact there are many different methods of dowsing. People tend to prefer one type over another, but that does not mean that that one method is the correct one or even the best one for you.
Briefly, you can dowse using a pendulum or another tool like an L-rod, a Y-rod or a bobber and have the tool's movements indicate the answer to you. Depending on how you use the tool, various movements can indicate a ‘yes' or a ‘no' or even a direction or a number.
Another dowsing method is to use no tools at all, but use your own body's natural responses as a way of getting the information. That can be done by something as simple as watching when you blink to seeing whether, when you rub your finger and thumb together, it feels sticky, to any number of other ways of listening to your body.
However, no matter what dowsing method or methods you end up using, the same process applies to all of them.
Dowsing methods reduce down to this…
That process is as follows: First make clear what it is you want to ask, then get into the proper dowsing state in your mind (a sort of relaxed attention is a good way of describing it) and then allow the answer to come without you wanting it to be one thing or another.
So, in a way, the dowsing method is not really a method of using either a tool you hold or listening to your body. The real dowsing method is what you do before you get to do any of those things. That's the real secret.
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