Introduction to Dowsing course (£30)

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Ashburton Town Hall, Sunday 20th October, 10.30 am to 4 pm – This Course in now Fully Booked. 

Just about everyone can dowse, so this course aims to get you dowsing from the start, and provides a practical opportunity to try different techniques of dowsing, using rods and pendulums to dowse both tangible (e.g. water pipes, drains) and intangible targets (e.g. personal hydration, earth energy lines).

You will gain:

  1. some history of dowsing together with its uses over the years as well as current applications
  2. an understanding of dowsing ethics
  3. some methods to keep yourself protected
  4. an insight into how to focus your mind, get in the “dowsing zone”, set intent, and how to ask for permissions
  5. your own “Yes”/”No” code, to undertake information dowsing
  6. some skills in using L rods and a pendulum.

There will be opportunities to undertake

  1. onsite dowsing
  2. remote dowsing.

You will dowse for the following:

  1. flowing water, water pipes and drains
  2. earth energy lines, their polarity, remanence (where something was once, but is not there anymore)
  3. personal hydration, the human aura, vitamin and mineral deficiencies
  4. hidden objects.

Dowsing specialities

We will discuss examples of applications of dowsing such as finding water/minerals; finding lost objects; archaeology; ancient sites; earth energies; healing; spiritual/psychic; and house clearing.

Practice

We will suggest come ways you can practise your dowsing skills and continue learning more about dowsing.

Resources

  1. Bring your own rods and pendulums if you have them, or borrow ours. Our shop will be available where you can purchase both rods and pendulums, if you wish.
  2. Printed notes containing course content will be provided, so you may wish to bring something to write with if you like to add your own notes.
  3. Examples of useful Dowsing books will be available for you to look at, as well as a dowsing bibliography.
  4. Information about the Devon Dowsers Programme and membership will be on hand.
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Dowsing is a means of searching, not using our normal senses, and can be done on site as well as remotely (e.g. map and information dowsing). It is an ethical activity used for the greater good. Devon Dowsers welcomes those who have a fascination for this ancient art, and who wish to share their experiences with other open-minded members.

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Final Talk of 2019 – Andy Burnham

The Old Stones – The Megalithic Sites of Britain

Tuesday 12th November 2019

at 7.30 pm

Red Lion Chulmleigh Devon EX18 7DD

A highly illustrated talk based around many of the fascinating themes, new discoveries and mysteries highlighted in the book The Old Stones, along with a look at lesser known but interesting sites in the local area. The Old Stones is the most comprehensive and thought-provoking field guide ever published to the iconic standing stones and prehistoric places of Britain and Ireland, and was awarded Current Archaeology Book of the Year 2019. Andy is the lead author, along with other contributors to the huge Megalithic Portal web resource which he founded and has been running continuously since 2001.

This is your opportunity to be able to purchase this amazing book, signed copies available and meet Andy Burnham.