Central Virginia Dowsers Newsletter, 6/2/2019

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Not just local news, but national teleconferences and live dowsing conferences! 

Contents:

1. Central Virginia Dowsers Meeting at the Senior Center in Charlottesville, Sunday, June 9 at 1:15 PM – 4 PM. 

“Labyrinths” with Nicolas Finck and Elizabeth Gaines.

Free and open to all.

2.  American Society of Dowsers Teleconferences: call-in below, Tuesdays, June 9 “Dowsing for Prosperity”

and June 16, TBA

Live calls are free and anyone can listen. They are recorded, however, only ASD members can access. Good reason to join. See full newsletter for call-in instructions.

3. American Society of Dowsers ConferencePlymouth State University, Plymouth, New Hampshire, June 26-30. Eben Alexander is our keynote speaker.

Registration now open. See here.

Roxanne will leading the daily, morning meditation, and also presenting “Heal Yourself and Heal the World”. 

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1. Central Virginia Dowsers Meeting in Charlottesville, Sunday, June 9 at 1:15 PM – 4 PM

LOCATION: Senior Center, 491 Hillsdale Drive (corner Greenbriar off Rt. 29N). 

Free and open to all. RSVP please: RoxanneLouise2@gmail.com or call 434-263-4337

TOPIC: “Labyrinths” 

with Nicolas Finck and Elizabeth Gaines

  • What are labyrinths?  
  • How are they and dowsing related?  
  • How can we use them today?

Labyrinths are both an ancient mystery and a modern fascination.  As we grow more aware in our modern age, labyrinths appeal because of their beauty and their intriguing qualities.  They are different from mazes in having a single path leading to a center point, and the way out is by the same path.

Unity Church labyrinth C'villeDid you know that there are labyrinths all over Virginia including at Unity Church in Charlottesville as well as our surrounding area and many areas throughout the US?

The first permanent labyrinth in an American church at San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral was put in 1986 by Richard Feather Anderson, the featured dowser a few weeks ago on the American Society of Dowsers Teleconference Call and interviewed by Roxanne Louise. You can listen to this presentation at http://www.dowsers.org by joining and going to the Members Section. Feather will talk about how to choose a site upon which to build a labyrinth at the August 20 Discover Dowsing Teleconference.

Labyrinth -Cretan colors_1024.jpgDid you know that there is a Labyrinth Society with an abundance of wonderful information and videos? 

Did you know that each ring of the 7 fold Cretan labyrinth is thought to be connected to the chakras? 

 

 

Labyrinth Chartres MUSIC Sheet_1024

Or that you might actually be able to play the Chatres Labyrinth or the 7-fold Cretan Labyrinth? 

 

JOIN US:

for an introduction to the history and uses of labyrinths and a look at how they may be of help to us today.  We will see how dowsing can be used to gain more knowledge in working with them.  Nicolas Finck & Elizabeth Gaines offer this presentation with hand-outs and discussion.

If weather allows and participants are interested, we’ll take a field trip to walk a labyrinth, either at the Unity Church or a labyrinth at a home in Earlysville – or both!

BIOS: Nicolas Finck and Elizabeth Gaines

Nicolas founded and ran the San Francisco Bay Chapter of the American Society of Dowsers for many years, where he met his wife Elizabeth Gaines. Until recently, both have been an integral part of the West Coast Dowsing Conference given biannually in Santa Cruz, California and were honored last July 2018 with a very special award:

“DECADES of Dedicated Service Award to the West Coast Dowsers” 

Here is the photo taken of Nicolas and Elizabeth as they received this award:

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Both Nicolas and Elizabeth have been helping to run the Central Virginia Dowsers since it’s inception. 

Nicolas is currently an English-language coach for new Americans in the Charlottesville area. After a career in public transportation in San Francisco, they moved to central Virginia. They dowse for daily needs and questions.

 

Labyrinth, Red Oaks  Nov. 2009.jpegElizabeth, an artist, was professionally involved in stained and welded glasswork and teaching same in a studio in Oakland, California for many years. It was Alex Champion who first ignited her interest in labyrinths and built them on his property in northern California. She then built a couple of temporary labyrinths before building the permanent Cretan type one at their home in Earlysville, Virginia (see photo above). 

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2. Free Live, American Society of Dowsers TELECONFERENCES 

“Dowsing for Prosperity”

with Dick Tippett and Gale West, 6/11

Dowsing Support Teleconference is held every second Tuesday at 8 PM Eastern Time (US)

Dial (646) 876-9923, enter Participant Code# 443-333-280, & press # at next prompt.

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Discover Dowsing Teleconference is held every third Tuesday at 8 PM Eastern Time (US)

Speaker & Topic for Tuesday, June 18 to be announced later. 

Dial (646) 876-9923, enter Participant Code#126-360-394& press # at next prompt.

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