Lists are commonplace and, frequently, dowsers will need to search through them for a particular answer. That's what list dowsing is. But the challenge is, how do you find one single answer from a list numbering, in some cases, thousands of items?
The challenge of list dowsing is easier than you might think at first. I suppose that most people new to dowsing will think that list dowsing is incredibly tiring or tedious. That's because they are probably thinking that you have to pause over each item and ask your question and then wait for the response.
I'll admit, if that was the way to do list dowsing, I would have given up a long time ago. But it is a much, much simpler (and quicker!) process than that. In fact, I think you'll be surprised by it.
It all boils down to the fact that there is one simple approach that is quick to learn and easy to use. With it you can search through a list, using dowsing, in a matter of moments. The size of the list is irrelevant. It can contain 10 items or 10,000. The approach is exactly the same.
So, when you are looking for that name or place or whatever, turn to this method and see how quickly you can go to the answer. Get out that phone book, catalog or hefty reference book now and follow along with this short video.
The simple steps outlined in it will help you tremendously.
How have you got on with list dowsing? Run into any hiccups or found it to be insanely easy? Whichever has been your experience, share it in the comments section below.