Thursday, November 21st, 2019. Learn more about dowsing here.
In its most simplistic terms, the art of dowsing entails the use of handheld instruments to tune into or interact with an energy or to locate and affect hidden things or information.
It has been used to help locate things like water (aka “water witching”) and to find lost objects. Forked branches, pendulums, bobbers, L-shaped rods, and other devices can all be used to dowse.
Dowsing has also been used in various forms of energy work, and it’s been used for communication with the body, higher self and for spiritual guidance.
However, dowsing is by far not limited to just these tools or uses. Did you know that you can do so much more than ask yes/no questions? That even muscle testing is a form of dowsing with the human body? And that the skill can be used for anything from working with chakras, to traffic, to sewing!
As a teacher, my goal is to provide real, practical information and direction to help you develop or continue to grow your skills in the art of using a pendulum.
In this class, we will focus on the use of a pendulum for spiritual communication and guidance. The most common dowsing frustration I hear from practitioners is inconsistent answers. We will talk about this in class, along with an intro to other aspects of dowsing, including the use of charts and other techniques.
This is an intro class jam-packed with lots of information. We only have 1.5 hours, please be prepared to take notes.
This class is sponsored by The Seeker’s Round Table (TSRT).
Thursday, November 21st
7pm – 8:30pm
Unity Church of the Hills (UCOH)
9905 Anderson Mill Rd.
Austin, Texas 78750