•   To give students a comprehensive foundational understanding of dowsing, including philosophy, applications, techniques, ethics and personal protection.

Objectives: At the endow the course students will be able to:
•   Understand the nature of dowsing, including its history and uses.
•   Be able to use basic dowsing tools and apply them in informational, on-site, remote and map dowsing techniques.
•   To understand how to dowse for water, concealed or missing objects, archaeology, health and earth energies.
•   Appreciate and apply dowsing ethics and psychic protection.

Introduction to Dowsing:
•   Definition and description of dowsing.
•   History and philosophy of dowsing.
•   Uses and practical applications at work and at home.

Introduction, History and Philosophy of Dowsing:
•   Description of the range of uses and practical applications of dowsing.

Use of Dowsing Tools and Techniques:
•   State of mind required for good dowsing.
•   Asking clear and concise questions when dowsing.
•   Use of pendulum, L-rods, Y-rod, wand/bobber.
•   Different dowsing techniques, including informational dowsing, site dowsing, remote dowsing, map dowsing, the use of witness samples, dowsing without tools.

Applied Dowsing:
•   Dowsing for water.
•   Finding lost objects.
•   Concealed underground features including archaeological targets.
•   Dowsing for health and healing, including food testing
•   Dowsing for subtle energies including earth energies.
•   Dowsing in everyday life.

Dowsing Ethics and Psychic Protection:
•   Consideration of dowsing ethics and The British Society of Dowsers ethical code.
•   Issues of psychic protection when dowsing.

Dowsing Resources:
•   Information about The British Society of Dowsers, its training programme, special interest and local groups.

Next Course 9th & 10th September 2017 , 9.30 am to 5.00 pm with an hour for lunch.


Venue; –
Thornton le Clay
Nr Castle Howard