Wednesday, December 15, 2004


It is difficult to give any specific advice to new dowsers as it depends
on many factors, e.g. belief system (including religious background),
state of health, previous experience or lack of it, etc

A few points that I'd like to make

1. Don't take anything at the face value - experiment and find out what's

working for you. There are almost as many dowsing techniques as there
are dowsers.

2. Use your intuition. Once you learn to trust your inner voice, everything
else will start falling into place. Very often I'm asked to recommend a specific
book on the basics of dowsing - again, very difficult task as each book is
written from the perspective of author's experience and not necessarily the
best for you.

Personally I like books that create an interest and force me to investigate

and search for answers. A good example would be Supersensonics by
Christopher Hills.

A good place to start is to find other people that share this interest - in the
US contact American Society of Dowsers, in Canada - Canadian Society of
Dowsers, Canadian Society of Questers or Holistic Intuition Society, in Britain
- British Society of Dowsers and many more regional dowsing organizations.

There are many dowsing resources on the Web:
there is an online dowsing manual at:

also many resources are listed at our site:

and the links page at:

My favourite search engine is

The most important part, however, is one I can't
stress enough - practice, practice and again practice!
Don't get too attached to the outcome, it has to be fun!

Chris Gozdzik
Quality Dowsing Tools With A Difference


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