Creating Dowsing Charts & Checklists

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Reprinted from Therapeutic Dowsing & Telepathic Healing © by Roxanne Louise and available for sale at http://www.RoxanneLouise.com.

 Chart Work

Learn to use a pendulum in conjunction with charts or lists of paper upon which options or possibilities are written. You can make up your own as pertinent for your use, use prepared charts, or both. I feel that working with charts rather than asking “yes” or “no” questions is a better use of the pendulum. You will be less likely to “lead” the answers. Furthermore, you will be led to information that consciously you might not even think to ask.

The pendulum can only work with the words or information found on the charts. The words given may be close but not exactly the right ones. Use your instincts to investigate and clarify the information by asking further questions with the pendulum. Keep your mind in neutral (objective) mode and connected to your gut level feelings. Listen to whether you get a hum or feeling of confirmation (a ‘yes’ response), or a tightening or tension in your gut (a ‘no’ response). The quality of the information you receive may depend on the quality of your chart or checklist. Always add to further refine what you have, or make new ones.

If you are helping another person, inquire how they are feeling rather than tell them the dowsing results literally . Ask them questions related to the words indicated to find the truth. Be gentle. Telling someone that they are ____ or have a block in ____ is arrogant and possibly untrue. Use the information as just a beginning point of discussion. Giving a literal reading, therefore, besides being inaccurate, can be damaging. Look beneath the surface. Remember the words located are a guide only. They then need to be interpreted with wisdom and a lot of common sense.

If I find anything that might be upsetting to a client, I keep silent about it and ask if I can relay this information. I dowse additional silent questions to clarify things before I say anything out loud. If the client can not be helped by relaying the information, don’t relay it.

My usual procedure with a client is to clear myself and them before they walk into the office or while they are doing the paperwork (intake sheet or return visit sheet). I check with a master chart that has the numbers of all other charts written on it, and ask

Is there is anything here that can help _____ (name of person) with ____(problem). Please indicate.

Is there anything else that can help _____.”

In this way I know what I can expect and have a head start on the therapy.

I might even ask Spirit if I can show the charts to the client. Some people are more open to this than others. If they are not, I do the work privately. If they are open, I hand them a pad to take notes as I work with the pendulum myself (I find this faster than teaching them to use the pendulum, although I do have classes.) I then use the information gained through dowsing in hypnosis or Reiki to make sure I cover all bases. We discuss information as it comes up to clarify the issues.

Whether I use charts or checklists, I do use a pendulum in my sessions with clients [whether visible to them or not]. I may introduce it to the client as my “hunch ball”. With hypnosis clients, I tell them that I am going to ask a few questions as to which techniques to use. Once their eyes are closed, I continue to dowse with questions of

Should I pursue that line of questioning?

Are we through?

Should I do ___?

I also combine the spiritual healing and telepathic healing with every client throughout the session. With Reiki clients, I use the pendulum over the body to determine a treatment strategy, and to balance chakras. I don’t explain it, I just quickly do it.

Since working with the pendulum and charts, I have found out important information about a client’s problems and needs that I could not have found out any other way. For example, my effectiveness has gone way up on smoking cessation, even though it was good before. As a result, therapy has become much faster and effective. I am able to locate blocks regardless of how deeply buried. And so can you.

Start by working on yourself by being willing to find out about yourself, release any negatives and do whatever else you have to do to grow and develop. Be charitable. Regardless of what negative things you find, the truth is that you are special and a child of the Creator. To me, that makes you basically good. Simply be willing to learn and to grow.

When you first start with charts, you may find a lot of blocks and other problems. As you clear them, less shows up, and Spirit focuses on the main issues. Your subconscious brings up the relevant information. Your subconscious mind is very smart in only bringing to your attention what you can deal with at any one time. As you clear issues, you may get a whole new batch of things tomorrow. Like an onion, it is cleared away layer by layer. Your job is to remove the known garbage effectively so that it won’t accumulate and you won’t have to deal with the same stuff over and over again. To make this process easier, always ask Spirit to clear any issue revealed “on every level and dimension” of your being.

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Ideas for your own charts

1. Write a list of all the things that you have to do or are considering doing.

What is the best use of my time and energy right now?

What is the best use of my time and energy today/this week/this month/ year? 

Would any of these be helpful for me now?

Which of these activities would help me the most?

2. Draw a simple sketch of the body.

Are any chakras blocked? Please indicate where.

Please clear ___ chakra on every level.

Are there any other chakras that are blocked? Please indicate.

Or if you are a body worker, ask

Where do I need to focus my efforts to help this person today?

Where does this person need the most (or additional) amount of time? 

Where else?

3. Get a map of your area. Ask:

Where is the best location for my new office?

Where is the largest source of my business?

Where are the people who want my services and are willing to pay for them?

4. Write a list of all possible occupations. Skip every other line. Include the word “other.”

What field would be the best use of my skills and talents right now?

What field should I investigate for my life’ s main work?

What are the skills and trades I have developed in my past lifetimes?

5. Write down all possible reasons why you do a particular self-destructive habit, ie. overeating, smoking, etc. List the word “other.”

Is the main reason why I ________ on this paper? 

Please indicate the main reason. 

Please indicate the next main reason.

6. If you are feeling anxious or upset and don’t know why, write down all possibilities, ie. PMS, sugar imbalance, candida, stress, sick, feeling ___, worried about ____. Include the word “other.”

Is the main reason why I am feeling ______on this paper?

Please indicate the main reason.

Please indicate the next main reason.

7. Use a percentage chart to ask:

On a scale of 0-100, what are my positive feelings about _____?

What are my negative feelings about ____?

As things stand now, what is the likelihood of _____ happening?

8. If you are trouble shooting or brain storming, list possible areas to investigate.

What area should I investigate first? second?

9. If you are having a problem, list the possible causes. Include the word “other.” 

What is really going on in this situation?

Please indicate the main reason.

Please indicate the strength of that reason (go to % chart).

What is the next major reason? 

Indicate strength.

10. Write a list of potential goals/ New Year’s Resolutions you are considering for the next year.

To what extent do I really want to do this?

Do I have any blocks? doubts? fears about doing ___?

11. Write a list of possible approaches you are considering with a current project and include the word “other”.

Which approach would be most productive to take now?

To what degree would it be helpful?

Would anything else be helpful? To what degree?

12. Draw a half circle. On the left write 2500 B.C. and on the right write 2500 A.D. In the middle write 0, and then mark out every 500 years, and further subdivide for 100. Use for past and future lives.

13. Write or refer to a list of possible negative emotions. 

What is this feeling of discomfort? Please indicate.

Is anything else going on here now? Please indicate.

14. Write or refer to a list of all possible positive emotions. On the bottom write “add”, then “increase”, and on the other write “remove block.” 

15. Write a list of possible therapies or methods of healing. 

Are there any modalities that would be helpful to me right now? 

Please indicate.

On a scale of 1-100% to what degree would this modality be helpful?

Then write a list of potential therapists. Dowse who would be most suited for you, and the degree to which they would be helpful. Perhaps also dowse out who not to go to.

16. Write a list of animals or plants. Ask if you should consider raising one, and which ones.

17. If you are feeling uncomfortable about someone or something, list all the possibilities, and include the word “other”. 

What is the main reason why I am feeling uncomfortable ____ (with/about) ____ ?

18. List all the qualities or characteristics you are looking for in a product, home, car, office, job, or mate. For example, with a product you might want something easy to use, reliable, low maintenance, good value for the money. Then ask questions about the particular brand, model, location, opportunity, mate you are considering.

What can you tell me about ____?

19. List your options (ie. product/ job/ model/ etc.). Use a percentage chart and a list of characteristics you are looking for.

On a scale of 1-100%, to what degree does this option have this characteristic? 

To what degree does it have that characteristic?

Which option offers the greatest amount of this characteristic?

Which option offers the greatest over-all satisfaction of what I am looking for?

20. Write all the possibilities of why something went wrong.

Is the main reason why ____ happened on the paper? Please indicate.

On a scale of 0-100, to what degree was____ responsible for what happened? What is the next main reason?”

21. Draw a sketch of your property or garden. Then dowse where to plant which species.

22. Take a calendar. Dowse out when is most advantageous time to plant, harvest, weed. Or list and dowse out when to call someone, offer a class, take a vacation, etc.

23. Make a drawing of your house. Dowse where to put your office desk, bed, sofa, etc. Dowse out areas to avoid spending time in or to energetically correct.

 

24. Dowse over a list of homeopathic remedies, supplements, etc. Dowse out what if any are needed, useful, etc. Please sure to read literature to find if any are contraindicated for you before taking. Also, check with professional on such matter if any have any possible risk.

25. Take a percentage chart, and dowse out percentage of value for you right now to purchase this book/product, take a particular class, use your time to attend ___ function, invest your money in ___, etc.

Copyright by Roxanne Louise. However, this article may be shared in free online sources only if this copyright notice and link to http://www.roxannelouise.com and http://unlimitedpotentialhealingcenter.com  are included with the content.

 

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