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How To Learn Dowsing
Learning how to dowse just might be one of the most intriguing things you could ever learn to do. However, if you are going to get the most you can out of dowsing, then you would be well-advised to learn to dowse the best way possible.
Before going into that, however, it is vitally important that you understand what dowsing really is so that you will have a clear picture in your mind to help you as you start out learning to dowse.
First, dowsing is nothing more than a way of getting answers to questions your brain cannot answer. It's a completely natural human ability. Which means anyone can do it. It's not a special psychic skill.
In order for you to get those sorts of answers, you need really precise questions. And then, you need to be in the right state of mind in order to allow the answer to come to you.
Now, most teachers will tell you that you just need a question which can be answered with either ‘yes' or ‘no', and you're good to go. Not true. Before the question, you need to have reason, a clear reason, for asking it in the first place. No reason means poor question means useless answer.
Let's assume you've got a really good question. How do you know what the answer is?
Again, people will talk about pendulums and L-rods and bobbers and other sorts of tools. There are all sorts of tools out there, from cheap to hideously expensive. But, as dowsing is an entirely natural thing we can all do, then the simplest, quickest and clearest way of dowsing is to use your body to get the answers. Your body is the tool. As there are at least 20 different ways your body can respond, you can be sure that one of them, at the very least, will work for you. And, in order for that tool to work well, you must learn to get into the right mental state where the answer can come without your emotions getting in the way.
It's important to remember that dowsing is a skill. To learn dowsing, to be a good, accurate dowser, you need to practice that skill until it becomes second nature. The skill consists of the following parts:
- Having a clear reason for asking the question (the goal)
- Making a clear and precise question
- Being able to allow the answer to arrive
Master all of those and you're well on your way!
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