Locating & Clearing the Mental & Emotional Drivers of Disease

Chicken or Egg – Which came first?

Both physicians and alternative healing practitioners acknowledge the major role that stress has in breaking down the body’s ability to defend itself against disease. Some such as Dr. Deepak Chopra are particularly insistent that mental and emotional stress plays a part of every health challenge.

While illness causes stress whether through worry, financial expenditures, loss of income while ill, inability to do the things you used to do, time expenditures to figure out and address the problem, etc.,  stress causes or contributes to illness by robbing the body of precious resources such as energy and nutrients to deal with issues that it otherwise would have had for digestion, detoxification, growth, defense and repair.

Sudden emotional shock

Some stress such as the death of a loved one, the loss of one’s home, homeland, livelihood is so devastating that there is a clear connection to physical breakdown.

German oncologist, Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer, after exhaustive study of 20,000 cancer patients with different kinds of cancer, as well as studying patients with other diseases, found that people with the same diagnosis experienced a similar emotional shock. The results of his work became German New Medicine. His work is extremely interesting and can assist in the resolution of health conditions not addressed any other way. A listing of the emotional shock related to specific diseases is found here. An interesting article an chart of how an emotional shock can lead to cancer is found here.

Slow wearing away of body resources

But while a sudden emotional shock can cause illness, frequently the stress is a slow, steady, cumulative effect of unresolved issues that wear away the body’s resources so that it can no longer muster the strength to protect itself. It may involve beliefs, attitudes, issues, or coping strategies for stress that cause a person to not do what he or she knows to be wise, or to do what he knows to be destructive or risky to health such as smoking.

Genetic factors

While some health issues or vulnerabilities are thought to be genetic, Bruce Lipton, PhD, biologist and author of The Biology of Belief, says that each gene has a dozen or so possible expressions, of which disease may only be one. Rather, Lipton says that it is the environment that determines how a gene will be expressed. And by environment he means how the cell or the individual interprets his environment. For example, is the environment considered dangerous or upsetting? Is it threatening in any way? 

Where do fears come from?

  • Some fears come from direct experience, or more precisely from the interpretation or judgment made about that experience. 
  • Some are promoted by the media
  • Some are adopted from or taught by your culture, family or group with which you closely identify.
  • Some are absorbed in the womb.

For example, if your mother was pregnant with you when your father was away at war, if your parents were young and worried about financially being able to support you, if they were fighting a lot, if your mother was raped or abandoned and going to have to raise you without the love and support of others, these emotions could have been absorbed in the womb. Hypnotic regression has shown this over and over again.

  • Some fears are inherited.

Scientists are now finding that emotions such as fears can be inherited. For example, Scientists at Emory University were able to demonstrate that fear could be deliberately created in a group of mice and then passed down to future generations of offspring. In this study, researchers repeatedly exposed a group of mice to the smell of acetophenone and then subjected them to an electric shock. They then tested two future generations of their offspring and found that they ‘inherited’ a fear response to the smell alone. 

This has implications for humans. As Emory Psychiatry Department Dr Brian Dias has said: “We have begun to explore an underappreciated influence on adult behaviour – ancestral experience before conception.

“From a translational perspective, our results allow us to appreciate how the experiences of a parent, before even conceiving offspring, markedly influence both structure and function in the nervous system of subsequent generations.

“Such a phenomenon may contribute to the etiology and potential intergenerational transmission of risk for neuropsychiatric disorders such as phobias, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder.”

A new field called epigenetics involves studying the biological marking of the DNA as a result of personal experiences. This marking can be passed down through future generations.

In a recent article published by The Telegraph, Marcus Pembrey, professor and paediatric geneticist at University College London, said that the Emory study provided ‘compelling evidence’ for the biological transmission of memory. “It addresses constitutional fearfulness that is highly relevant to phobias, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorders, plus the controversial subject of transmission of the ‘memory’ of ancestral experience down the generations.”

study published in the Journal of Neuroscience used MRI to show that brain patterns inherited from both parents have an impact on anxiety, autism, addiction, dyslexia and other conditions, and that babies born to moms who are depressed during pregnancy are more likely to become depressed as adolescents. New York’s Mount Sinai Hospital discovered that genetic changes stemming from trauma suffered by Holocaust survivors can be passed on to their children.

Before emotion comes experience. And it is the interpretation or judgment about that experience that determines which emotion is felt. For example, the same ski slope can evoke fear in some or exhilaration in others.  It is the interpretations or judgments about the world (safe or scary), about the group (nurtured and protected or not), about the self (worthy or not, loved and wanted or not), that have everything to do with supporting health or disease.  This has been revealed in multiple past life hypnotic regressions.

Hypnotic regression has also found that physical conditions and weaknesses can be carried over from past lives. However, once the relevant traumatic event or events were processed and resolved hypnotically, long-time physical pain or ailments sometimes have melted away.

In Summary

Mental and emotional issues of both the patient and possibly his ancestors, of this lifetime and possibly others, need to be addressed in healing. While a person may know or suspect what stressors are implicated in his illness, a great deal of what caused or contributed to the problem, or is interfering with healing now, may well be unknown or unconscious.

Both hypnosis and dowsing excel in locating and clearing the stuck energies, the related negative beliefs or judgments, and the unhealed trauma (both yours and that of your ancestors). Chiropractor Dr. Bradley Nelson has also developed an excellent method of locating and clearing stuck negative emotions. He calls his system the Emotion Code, and has written a book by that title explaining the process.

3 Summer Workshops Addressing This Subject

At the American Society of Dowsers Conference taking place at the State University of New York (SUNY) in New Paltz, New York, I will be giving a full day Workshop “Locating & Clearing the Mental/Emotional Drivers of Disease” on Wednesday, 6/13. See www.dowsers.org.

Here, we will look at the shocks and internal conflicts that trigger many specific health conditions, the metaphysical meanings of disease, secondary gain, and multiple other ways to dowse out and resolve the major stressors that once complete can free up energy for the body to move back towards health. 

 At the West Coast Dowsers Conference, University of California, Santa Cruz, I will be giving a full day Workshop “Therapeutic Dowsing & Telepathic Healing – Dowsing for Mental & Emotional Issues” on Tuesday, 7/3.  See http://www.dowserswestcoast.org

In this workshop, we will work with a large number of charts and checklists to identify and release stuck energies, extract the positive learning from experiences, and enhance positive energy. This frees up energy that can be applied to physical healing, personal goal achievement, and living your life with greater enthusiasm, joy and vitality.

We will investigate the various ages of your life including the future, key relationships, typical life events, beliefs, judgments, prejudices, addictive thinking, fears and other emotions, repeating negative patterns and habits. While covering all this may seem a formidable task, I will show you a shortcut to cut to the chase of the matter. Not only will you learn how to do all of the above for yourself, but to do so telepathically with others who have requested your assistance.

Lastly, at the National Guild of Hypnotists Convention in Marlborough, Massachusetts, August 10-12, I will be giving a shorter Workshop: “Hypnosis For Mind-Body Healing—Finding And Eliminating The Mental And Emotional Drivers Of Disease”, and a Seminar “Pendulum Dowsing For Hypnotists—Powerful Investigative, Healing, and Business Tool!” ​See https://ngh.net

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Problem Solving with Dowsing

Someone just asked me how to use dowsing to deal with autism. The basic principles of dowsing on health follows the same rules of dowsing for solution for anything with the understanding that the stakes are higher, there are laws regulating this,  you need to work on a can’t hurt basis, or for educational or research purposes only.

First, take a piece of paper and write down the objective. In this case, the objective could be healing or reversing the condition, lessening a particular symptom, or improving a particular functionality. Then do an internet search. Has anyone healed from this, reversed it, improved and if so, how? List things everything you already know about it including what your doctor has said.

You can also list and then dowse out categories of health professionals as to who to consult. Besides talking to different categories of professionals of different types, do your own research. Brainstorm initially without censoring any additional thing to search that might be relevant to your objective, and add them to your list. Include the word ‘other’. 

Dowse out any of your appropriate questions, such as:

  • What is the most important thing I can do to ____ (reverse this condition of ___/ lessen this symptom of___/ improve my ability to ____, etc.)? Please indicate.
  • On a scale of 0-100%, what is the degree that this will help ____?
  • What is the next most important thing I can do to ____ (reverse this condition of ___/ lessen this symptom of___/ improve my ability to ____, etc.)? Please indicate.
  • On a scale of 0-100%, what is the degree that this will help ____?

Keep going until you know some basic things that you can do yourself to improve matters. If the pendulum points to the word ‘other’, then brainstorm some more, and see if you have a complete idea upon which to design your own COMMON SENSE, HEALTHY SELF CARE ON A CAN’T HURT BASIS.

Also write a list of things that cause or are related to your illness or condition. Your objective can be to identify your own vulnerabilities or behaviors that were at cause. Once identified, you can then take greater care to avoid or stop doing what you can from worsening the situation.

Your possible dowsing checklist/chart can be

  • What are the causes of _____?
  • What things worsen the condition of ___?
  • What things make the symptom of ____ worse?

Dowsing on health challenges is not to claim to ‘treat’ disease or any medically or psychologically diagnosed condition for someone else. But as all health conditions are caused or worsened by beliefs, judgments, emotions and trauma, other stress, diet, environmental conditions, and habits, these issues, which are not part of the legislatively protected area of practicing medicine or psychotherapy, are within the scope of what you can safely do. You can suggest that others might want to investigate ____, discuss with their doctor about the possible benefit of ____. You can provide information of certain books or websites or modalities that claim to be helpful. But when it comes to your own body, it is your right to do whatever you want.

Furthermore, by listing various allopathic or alternative treatments, a high dowsing rating of potential benefit could be the starting point for a conversation with your health professional.

That is not to imply that dowsing can’t do more. It can do a lot more. But the above is where I suggest that you start. As dowser/radionics professional Marty Lucas says, everything is energy and information. Dowsers fall into the category of energy healers. As such, we can add energy and provide information to the system. As such, you can dowse out exactly what information should be supplied and through strongly held intention project that. But that is a topic for much later discussion.

Follow the creed: Above all, do no harm.

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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.

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Dowsing for Mind-Body Healing Recording

If you missed the free teleconference call sponsored by the American Society of Dowsers as part of their Discover Dowsing Series, you can listen to it online here  at http://www.dowsers.org/2017/Oct%2017RoxanneLouise.mp3

Then for more information, see the abundant amount of other related articles on this blog. If you then still have questions, call me at 434-263-4337 or email me at RoxanneLouise2@gmail.com and put ‘Dowsing Question” in subject line.

Dowsing for Solutions

My father’s influence

I born into an engineering family. My father, who was a mechanical engineer, inventor of roller bearings for General Motors, and occasional instructor for Hyatt GM, taught me early on to work out my problems on paper. He told me to “think negatively towards a positive solution.” In other words, consider your design from all possible angles including things that could go wrong. And if things are already going wrong, redesign to counteract those non desired effects in order to get your desired outcome. 

Inventors like my late father are both highly analytical and highly creative—a perfect blend of left and right brain thinking, rational and psychic, logical and artistic, head and heart. This is true with dowsers as well. Dowsing is a balancing of both hemispheres of the brain. The analytical and logical left brain helps you to research the subject at hand—both to clarify exactly what is desired, and the elements that may be causing or sustaining a problem, and those that may lead to a possible solution. 

Resolving problems starts first with a recognition that there is a problem and knowing what that is.

My father’s way of thinking applies perfectly to dowsing for solutions to problems and for goal achievement of any kind. Although you may have a clear positive intent of what you want to create, you should also check for and eliminate whatever could sabotage or negatively impact upon that intent. To ignore or deny the negative factors is like putting ice cream (your affirmations and positive desires) on top of horse manure. 

Factors to be considered include among others, your gut level belief in yourself, and in your ability to learn and to solve each phase of the project, your belief in the viability of your project, and your allowance of it versus any doubt or fear. Other factors include conflicts, motivation, commitment, endurance, and anything that could be sap your strength, energy, or your ability to follow through.

Determine the likely causative factors to resolve or clear, and any challenges or conflicts that will need to be addressed. Dowse out your priorities and the order in which to tackle them. Set up a strategy for the best course of action to follow. Your analytical mind will assist you to fine tune your dowsing questions. In fact, you can dowse “is this question now worded correctly?”

For any problems you are likely to encounter again, develop dowsing charts and checklists. These are especially useful and time saving in future.

The real problem may not be apparent.

There can be a problem beneath the problem. For example, you may think that the problem is that you ___ (drink/smoke/eat too much). And while that may be true, there can be an unconscious need or wound that is driving it, for example, trauma, pain, boredom, feeling unloved/not good enough/angry/hurt, etc., unable to set healthy boundaries or express your needs to others, difficulty communicating with others, poor stress management skills, ad infinitum.

So the first task is to write out what you think the problem is. Then dowse out: 

Is this the real problem? If you get a ‘no’, brainstorm on paper until you find it.

Is there a problem underneath that is either creating or aggravating the problem of ___? If you get a ‘yes’, brainstorm what that might be. Always include the word ‘other’ on your list, and dowse out.

You may want to know when the problem first began, and if it originated with you in this or another lifetime, or if you inherited it from an ancestor. For example, author Dr. Bradley Nelson of The Emotion Code as well as others has found that we frequently carry issues that are passed down on our DNA. [Nelson, by the way, has a helpful chart of non-beneficial emotions that can be located with kinesiology. I use his chart with dowsing instead.]

With dowsing, you may ask if you need to research a particular issue. If you get a yes, it may be helpful to know what players are involved as this can help to refresh your memories and emotions and focus on forgiveness or understanding. You can make or purchase dowsing charts for this purpose. Here is mine, Therapeutic Dowsing and Telepathic Healing. 

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What do you want instead?

Hint—it is NOT to not have that problem on ____. Clarify the positive opposite of what that problem would look/feel like. How would it show up? How would anyone know without you telling them that you solved that problem?

How motivated are you on a subconscious level?

On a scale of 1-10 how much do you want to resolve that problem and achieve your objective on a subconscious level? Is that problem serving a need or secondary gain? Is it protecting you? To what degree will your subconscious mind permit you to solve the problem? I call this your level of allowance. To what degree will it resist? This is your level of resistance.

Dowse this one at a time and get the percentage for each. Ideally, you want to get the resistance (probably a fear) down to zero and the allowance up to 100%. The way to do this is ask your subconscious mind to review everything to do with that problem, and extract the positive learning first. Then ask if you can heal/transmute any fear or resistance. If you get a ‘yes’, then go and do so.

Secondary gain is a benefit that you get out of a problem that the unconscious mind considers of greater importance than the problem itself. For example, an illness can serve to protect you from something that is painful, upsetting or threatening. Or it can provide attention, acts of love and kindness that you crave. [See the article, “Secondary Gain – A Gain From Pain”]

You might also state “I release any belief, perception or judgement that _____” (belief causing the resistance). “I now choose to believe that ___ (positive opposite belief).” Check with the pendulum again on the levels of resistance, and of acceptance. 

Is anything else blocking you?

Dowse if you have any other blocks to resolving the problem or achieving your goal. Some people have multiple goals that require more time and energy than are possible to achieve all at the same time. Priorities should be dowsed out. Perhaps all goals can be met in some measure with one being the main focus and another as a hobby or a one time event. Again, you can dowse out the percentage of time to devote to each. Perhaps, all can be met in some measure over a lifetime, or achieved sequentially instead of together. Some people have goals that conflict and will need to set up a hierarchy of values, and do some deep soul searching. If you are consciously motivated, but have unconscious blocks, those blocks will have to be addressed first.

What needs to happen?

Next, determine what has to occur to solve that problem and achieve a real transformation. Once you have clarified what you want, identified the problem and elements to be addressed, and brainstormed possible solutions, it is time for action. This may be through dowsing alone as in mental or emotional healing, or through physical or other action. 

Manifesting

Manifesting is the act of creation through joining strong clarity of intent with strong emotion. Positive creation will require an elevated emotion such as love, joy, gratitude, bliss.

Quiet your mind, and drop down into the deepest part of your inner being with clear focused desire to connect with Source — that universal sea of consciousness behind all that is. This is the repository of information, ideas, wisdom and guidance linking all minds throughout time and space. This is the place of pure creation, healing and manifestation where it is possible to alter reality and create miracles. Stay there until you feel a sense of completion – this can be seconds or much longer.

Conclusion

Dowsing is phenomenally valuable in all aspects of problem solving: clarifying intent, aligning with that intent, removing any blocks to such alignment, raising one’s frequency, and connecting with universal consciousness and divine creation to bring about the results you want with greater ease, grace and speed. 

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Why Hypnotherapists (and others) Should Learn Pendulum Dowsing

 

My first introduction to a pendulum came with my initial hypnosis training with Dick Harte in 1989. He called it Chevreul’s Pendulum, and said that it was a way to elicit ideomotor response. Hypnotist, Gerry Kein used a pendulum (instead of the old watch on a chain method) as a method of inducing trance (“as you stare at the pendulum going round and round, your eyes are getting sleepier and sleepier”).

Dowsing is an ancient art that uses a light, open-eyed altered state, with focused attention and intent, to ask questions of the subconscious mind and what we call the superconscious. The underlying premise is that dowsers believe that all minds are connected within a sea of the consciousness which is accessible through clear intent. This allows us to tap into greater knowledge, wisdom and problem solving ability beyond our conscious functioning. Dowsing through intention can, like hypnotic suggestions, also issue commands to the subconscious mind for things to be done. For example, I use dowsing to resolve emotional issues. I use it to find the lesson or positive learning in any upset, release non-beneficial beliefs, relieve stress and heal emotional baggage.

Dowsers use various devices such as L rods, Y rods, or a pendulum as a form of ideomotor response for feedback. Because it can be done anywhere, any place, quickly without requiring depth of trance, and because it can be done by the person himself without requiring the assistance of an outside professional, dowsing is very practical for everyday use for the ordinary person. For professional hypnotherapists, mental health practitioners of all kinds, and healers, it is a profoundly important, additional tool to know and to use on yourself, to use on behalf of your clients, and to teach your clients to use for themselves.

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Not just for water, but for practical problems of all kinds!

While you may have heard of people dowsing for water or minerals or even for missing persons or unexploded bombs, did you know that you can also dowse to get help on solving practical problems on almost anything? It is a very powerful self-help tool.

I got really excited when I learned that I could use pendulum work on every part of my personal life and business and quickly wrote out pages of charts and checklists that would locate the root causes of issues–the what, when, why. I also wrote out charts and checklists on possible ways of clearing those issues. For example, I wrote out pages listing emotions, issues, defense mechanisms, blocks, limiting beliefs and decisions, addictive thinking, relationships, ages, therapies, techniques and healing modalities. When I noticed the immediate and powerful results on myself, and then when I noticed that it sped up results for my clients, I was hooked!

Dowsing for therapy on yourself and others

As the first rule of therapy is “physician, heal thyself”, dowsing is a powerful and efficient way to uncover and address your own issues and shadow. By cleaning up your own emotional baggage, you can avoid projecting onto your client, and instead approach him without bias.

The charts and checklists that you use for yourself can also be utilized to elicit what is going with your client even before they come in for their appointment. For example, I can go over a list of typical reasons why a person may smoke. I can then discover the dynamics in my client’s smoking, the degree or percentage to which those issues or dynamics are involved, and what techniques or scripts that I should use when he comes in for his appointment.

For example, dowsing may indicate that they started smoking at age fourteen as a way to be part of the ‘in’ group, or that they are smoking today as a way to irritate their spouse, or that smoking is the only perceived “safe” way for them to rebel against all of the other rules and restrictions under which they are currently living. That information can then guide me in preparing the most appropriate therapeutic interventions and suggestions to use. It also guide me in the interview process.

Pendulum work not only clarifies underlying dynamics beneath problems, it helps to heal them as well. For example, once you find the root cause of a problem, you can then give instructions to the subconscious mind via dowsing to find the positive learning from that problem. After the pendulum indicates that that is done, you then with dowsing ask the unconscious mind to clear all the reasons that maintain that problem. You can use dowsing to clear all the secondary gain, all of the blocks, and then all of the negative emotional charge associated with it. You can locate and clear the root cause and all of the subsequent events right up to the present moment. While hypnotherapists and NLP practitioners use Timeline and other techniques to do the same thing, dowsing is a another way to do it. The beauty of it is that an individual can do it for himself! You can also work on the client without the client even being present providing you have permission!

When I hypnotize a client, I can set up an ideomotor finger responses to elicit answers from a deeper unconscious level. But I can that also just use a pendulum and without depth of trance. I can use the pendulum to pace my hypnotic suggestions and any processing that I have asked them to do.  I can use the pendulum to determine if I should continue the same line of questioning or digging to make sure I am getting everything related to the issue being addressed in the session. And I can find out through dowsing what I need to address in the next session.

Dowsing can also be used on practical aspects of your business.

For example, you can ask “what is the most profitable location for my business? What is the best use of my time or advertising dollar? What is the best use of my energy and resources? How should I position myself? Who are my best clients? Where are my best clients? Of the opportunities I have, which are most likely to offer the best results?”

I used dowsing to write up a criteria for my ideal office and later for my ideal home. Then I dowsed over the list to zero in on what I must have, and must not have. As I looked at various places, I referred to my list and dowsed out what they offered. This was helpful because many times issues that will cause you problems or bring you good luck are not readily seen. Through dowsing, I found the most wonderful office that I used for many years, and the home I am living in now–two great choices.

Dowsing is a helpful tool.

While dowsing can be extremely helpful, it should never replace your own conscious decision making process and common sense. However, it can infinitely speed up the information gathering and problem solving process. It greatly augments your gut level instincts and inner knowing about things. It goes infinitely beyond the limitations of your own conscious awareness. And it can penetrate the veil of your own delusions and blind spots.

Want to learn more?

I have a entire pendulum course manual entitled Therapeutic Dowsing and Telepathic Healing available for sale on my website, www.roxannelouise.com. For those going to the upcoming National Guild of Hypnotists Convention next week in Marlborough, Massachusetts, I will have it at my vending booth along with my many other books.

 

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Why be interested in dowsing?

What is Dowsing?

Dowsing is a highly specialized and ancient psychic art of using a device in a light altered state of consciousness to find vast amounts of useful, accurate information by paranormal means, in other words, beyond your ordinary knowledge, training, or senses of sight, hearing, smell, etc. A dowser (the person using the device) is very specific on what he wants to know. He asks continual questions, one at a time, each question ever more precise until all facets of the subject of his inquiry have been covered and he has all the information he needs before taking action and testing out what information he has gained. In fact, dowsing greatly helps develop analytical skills by formulating good questions and evaluating the results.

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Applications

Dowsing, also called divining, rhabdomancy, doodlebugging, and water witching, has has been done for thousands of years throughout the world, as it contributed to both the survival of mankind and his physical well-being by helping to find water, food supplies, and other basic needs. Historically, it’s most common use has been for water and for mining operations. However, it has strong military, business, and mental, emotional, and physical health applications as well.

It can also be used to locate lost objects, missing persons, unexploded mines. It can be applied to problem solving and decision making in every field of human endeavor, and all aspects of business and personal life to meet your basic needs, improve your career, finances, success, health, mental and emotional well-being, relationships, and your connection to the divine.

You can (and I have) dowse for the most profitable location for your home or business, the best use of your time or your advertising dollar, the reasons for mechanical car or house problems. You can take it into the supermarket to find the most nutritious and ripe produce. You can take it into the bookstore to pick out the best book for you. You can dowse over a class catalog to determine the percentage of value of any class for you at this time. You can analyze the various pluses and minuses of vehicles, prospective houses or business properties or opportunities, or service providers listed in the yellow pages before you even see them.

Dowsing is profoundly helpful for mental and emotional problems. It helps you find and then clear the relevant key issues or blocks, negative beliefs or judgments, emotions, and stuck energies.  Dowsing can help to understand others including yourself, your friends and family, clients or customers, their needs and how to best help or relate to them. It can help you to resolve your own issues thereby improving all of your relationships.

Therapists like myself can incorporate dowsing into their practice to locate a client’s issues and blocks before that client comes in, and develop a treatment strategy, saving time and greatly increasing their efficiency and effectiveness.

Have you ever had a vague uncomfortable feeling without understanding why or what it meant? Dowsing has helped me to understand myself much better, and to tune into my deep inner feelings. Dowsing has helped me also to interpret my dreams, to clarify my meditations and my needs, to refine my goals, and achieve greater peace of mind.

When I was trying to decide on a new office location, I used a pendulum to work over a map. I asked to find those communities with people that would be most receptive to my hypnosis services and willing to pay for them. I then dowsed to locate those communities that would be a central, convenient and attractive hub of the clients and students I already had, and the communities to which current and potential clients were willing to travel to see me. I wrote up a list of all my criteria in the decision making process, and through dowsing I ranked those criteria in order of importance, my ‘must have’. I also wrote up a list of what I didn’t want, and dowsed out which were ‘must not have’. Then I applied dowsing to determine and rank how each possible office measured up, and discounted any that had any items on the ‘must not have’ list. This was immeasurably helpful. This procedure enabled me to obtain a most wonderful office suite, much newer, more beautiful, closer to home, with plentiful free, safe parking, and with easy major highway access. I used this new space for many years.

I again used map dowsing to move out of state, to locate possible areas that would fit into my criteria. I have used the same procedure to buy real estate. This really helped to narrow down my search and make decisions.

Dowsing can applied to all sorts of health issues, veterinary care and animal communication. Some combine dowsing with agriculture, animal husbandry, and gardening. Some incorporate it into feng shui consultations. Others locate and clear non-beneficial energies. The uses are endless.

dowsing cover frontMy dowsing specialty is finding the root cause, key issues, blocks, limiting decisions, addictive thinking or fears behind any problem or negative repeating pattern. Dowsing can identify the main drivers behind habits or behavior such as why a person smokes, overeats, or is stuck in a rut. I locate the negatively charged time frame and events that need to be addressed. My dowsing book, Therapeutic Dowsing and Telepathic Healing, is a direct result of writing chart after chart for my hypnotherapy practice as well as for my self-use.

Dowsing is both a skill and an art that like anything worth doing takes years of continuous application, trial and error, common sense, and the wisdom and guidance of mentors to perfect into a reliable, high quality tool. But because of its broad applications and the many all-around benefits to development of the self that occur, it is well worth the effort.

Dowsing also greatly increases your gut level instincts, intuitive abilities and psychic perceptions because you are working in an altered state of consciousness and tapping into that realm of one consciousness in which all minds are connected and all information accessible. The result is that you develop both hemispheres of the brain and bring all faculties of mind into use and cooperation.

For more information, contact Roxanne Louise at 434-263-4337, or roxannelouise@verizon.net. See her  website or other articles on her blog.

I look forward to your comments.

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Things That Go Bump In The Night

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Weird or uncomfortable energies and what to do about them!

After a long hiatus, my book on spirit releasement–clearing yucky emotional residues, ghosts, entities, curses, psychic attack, and more –is finally scheduled to be out this summer. Much of the book was originally written as part of the 1994, 1997, 1998 and 1999 editions of another book, Therapeutic Dowsing and Telepathic Healing , but removed from the 2007 edition to be greatly expanded for this separate book with it’s title Things That Go Bump In The Night announced at that time. However, as sometimes happens, other responsibilities took over and this project was sitting on the shelf until now. Look for more information in later posts.

CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS:

However, while the book is mostly written, I still have time to include your personal stories. If you have anything you think of interest on any of the topics listed below–

  • your experiences
  • things that worked for you or made a positive difference in dealing with it
  • things you did try but which did not help, or only marginally so,

Please contact me at roxannelouise@verizon.net or by phone at 434-263-4337.

  • ghosts
  • angry/unhappy nature spirits
  • aliens
  • entities
  • curses, hexes, psychic attacks, black magic
  • thought forms
  • uncomfortable world/regional energies (energies that saturate a large area, not necessarily world wide)
  • geopathic zones, detrimental earth energies
  • effects from EMF (electro-magnetic frequency), cell phone towers, electrical devices, computers, etc.
  • unpleasant emotional residue left behind in a place (former battlefield, hospital, prison, building)
  • unusually aggressive animals, insects
  • unrelenting problems with a house, equipment, business, or some other area of your life
  • repeating negative patterns that have gone for past generations
  • sudden and unexplainable draining of your mental, emotional, physical energies
  • thoughts, inclinations that are not “you”
  • suspicious inner messages, voices
  • sudden personality change
  • unexplainable depression, hostility, fear, etc.

 

 

 

Establishing a Dowsing Protocol

Why create a dowsing protocol?

Dowsing with accuracy requires that you be centered, calm, able to focus, detached from the answers, etc.. Consequently, it is helpful to establish a regular procedure that you do before dowsing that becomes fast, even automatic over time. A shortcut yet effective aid is to write out and then install a dowsing program for that purpose. You may wish to make your own or personalize one that someone else has written. But before installing it, review and write out any corrections, deletions, additions first.

The point of a dowsing program, just like a computer program, is that the entire written out contents will activate and function in it’s entirety anytime that you give the short-cut verbal command. The command should be one that is clear in it’s meaning to you and not to be confused with something else. As my preparation to dowse program is called the Master Program, my shortcut command is  ‘Commence Master Program’. The command functions much as hitting any command on your computer with a specific keystroke. If you feel you need extra help beyond just issuing your shortcut command,  you can reread through the program. Alternatively, you could dowse over the entire page/s to locate the specific area that needs to be addressed with conscious awareness.

What is a dowsing program?

A program is one that will serve any regularly recurring need, whether it be for dowsing or any other activity. I suggest that you have one to prepare for the best frame of mind for dowsing accurately. At bare minimum, a preparation to dowse program should include instructions to center, let go of ego, let go of worries and extraneous concerns, align with whatever you consider Universal Consciousness and your true spiritual guidance.

Some of my dowsing colleagues also have programs to find water, clear non-beneficial energies, provide protection, etc. But if, for example, you are a salesman, or an athlete, performer, public speaker, etc., you could create a dowsing program to put you be in the right frame of mind for each of those activities as well.

Who else uses programs with short-cut commands?

Dowsers are not the only ones employing programs with short cut commands or triggers to activate them. Hypnotherapists and Neural Linguistic Programmers also install them and teach their clients how to use them for their own benefit. The activation of such programs (sometimes called an anchor) could be verbal, auditory, visual, olfactory, or include a gesture or movement.

For example, I give all my hypnosis clients a command to re-induce the hypnotic state with a combination of the word “sleep” with a gesture of thumb to forefinger. I can then fire such command on their succeeding visits, and they can use it on their own to induce self-hypnosis. I create another program for feeling confident and capable of meeting challenges with making a fist and the command “yes!”, or sometimes the longer suggestion “I can do whatever I make up my mind to do.” Other programs might be for healthy eating habits, exercising, or to help someone stop smoking.

After I write out the program that includes my short-cut command, how do I install it?

Start out just as you would before any dowsing: take a few deep breaths with the intention of releasing extraneous worries, concerns and other thoughts. Drop the identification with your ego and instead focus on the spiritual core of your being that many call your soul or High Self—that part of you that is goes beyond your limits of your physical being, and is very wise, resourceful, creative, master problem solver, eternal and intrinsically connected to the Source of All That Is that most people call God. Do whatever works to raise your vibration. This may include aromatherapy, prayer, meditation, chanting, thinking of what makes you happy, those you love and of the things for which you are grateful.

Hold the clear intention that your program be installed into your unconscious mind to operate upon your command anytime you choose. Holding the pendulum, read your program out loud focusing intently on what you are saying.

When you are done, say

“End of program. Thank you.” 

Then ask “Is this now accepted by my unconscious mind?
Do I need to make any corrections, additions or deletions at this time?”

If the answer is ‘no’, you are done. Start using and see how it works. If you need reinforcement, there is no harm in re-reading your entire program.

Dowsing Ethics —“Above all, do no harm” 

 

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NOTE: Everything in the article below could just as easily be applied to ethical behavior involving any form of psychic or spiritual healing, energy work such as long distance Reiki, or remote viewing.

Dowsing About Others & Your Deepest Fears

You’ve just taken your first dowsing class and you’re all excited about the vast possibilities of finding information hidden from your conscious mind that can be elicited through dowsing. And, you or an enthusiastic friend are curious, nosy, angry, fearful, or otherwise emotional, and want to dowse on it, including dowsing for or about other people. For example, “Is my boyfriend cheating on me?” or “Do I (or does) ___ have __ disease?” 

Or you or a friend have to make important decisions with serious ramifications: “Should I get a divorce/ get married/ quit my job/ move to __?” Or you or that friend are wondering why you dislike, or are having a problem with a specific person.

Dowsing is a fantastic tool that in the hands of an ethical, grounded person who exercises common sense, and then has good training and extensive experience to recognize and avoid the pitfalls. It can lead to valuable knowledge, discovery, healing, etc.

But if entered into carelessly, or as entertainment, it can, like the Ouija board, lead to ethical violations, delusion, making serious mistakes in judgment and bad decisions, ruining relationships, reputation, and possibly harming someone else as well. Without quieting the mind and adopting a neutral attitude to the dowsing response, letting go of personal agenda and any desire to ‘fix’, control or manipulate others, you could be on a merry chase along the ego’s hopes, fears and prejudices.

Because of all these reasons, most dowsing schools teach their students to ask three basic questions listed below.

The Three Question Test

  1. May I? Do I have permission to ask questions or to do work in this area?
  2. Can I?  Do I have the ability to successfully dowse in this area? Am I ready?
  3. Should I? Is it my business to know? Is it advisable, appropriate, and the right time to do it? Am I properly prepared?

You may also want to ask: “Is this the appropriate time?” 

Having a legitimate right to know the answer is critical.

Dowsing for personal information about someone else who has not asked you for help, and about which is outside of your rightful business to know, is snooping. It is an invasion of privacy, a kind of psychic spying, and wrong. For example, inquiring about your neighbor’s sexual habits, or relationship with his spouse is none of your business.

However, if you are considering hiring someone, or giving him the keys to your house to feed the animals if you are away, if you have children, and you are considering entrusting the care of your child in this person’s babysitting care, you do have a need to know about them in the areas that are relevant to those rightful concerns – is he or she honest, trustworthy, capable, does he exercise good common sense, is he respectful of you, your family and your property, etc.

Having good intentions is not by itself enough.

While wanting to be of service and dowse to help someone who is having problems is laudable, in general, dowsers feel that you should not dowse for someone else unless they have specifically asked for your help.  There are some exceptions to this, such as dowsing on behalf of a child under your custody, and perhaps, a person in a coma.

But first apply the three question test. Is it is ethical and appropriate for you to seek information on another? Is it right for you to request specific action be taken on their behalf or are you meddling in their affairs and unwittingly trying to control or manipulate them? Unsolicited attempts to control and manipulate is black magic.

Only dowse in a way that you are sure would please them if they knew both the nature and content of your questions and your requests for healing.

Here’s the test

If the person about whom you were dowsing heard every word you said, would this person be happy about it, or be annoyed that you were poking your nose into their business? Are you being presumptuous to think that you know what’s best for them and what they want? Better to ask the person directly for permission to dowse, and precisely how they would like your help.

Don’t presume anything.

As long as you do not specify what you think their highest good might be, no permission is required to pray or dowse for someone’s highest good, or to dowse to bless them in a general way.

For example, asking Spirit to surround a person in a cocoon of love or healing energy, or to connect an individual to his own true spiritual guidance so that he makes the right decisions for himself is a blessing. However, asking Spirit to help him to ___ (leave or stay in their relationship/ stop smoking/ become a vegan/ quit or stay in his job) is serious meddling unless he has specifically asked for that help.

Just as you do not have permission to walk into your neighbor’s house and look around because you are curious, or start to redecorate it because you think it needs it, you need permission before checking on others and to change things that have no relationship to you. They are entitled to live their own life as they please even if you disagree with it or think it is wrong.

However, if you perceive that someone is suffering from non-beneficial energy such as a psychic attack or other interference, I don’t feel that you need permission from that individual to dowse to request spiritual intervention on their behalf to remove it. I consider that similar to calling the cops to tell them that thieves or trespassers are in your neighbor’s house. But ask the three questions anyway. Besides the ethical question, you could be getting in over your head. In addition, you do not willy nilly remove energy that is non-beneficial to humans as it is good for other life forms such as termites, ants and cats. Ask first what you can or should do.

  • Does the individual want your help? AND

  • Are you clear on precisely what he wants?

Just because you mean well doesn’t entitle you to remove what you consider negative thoughts, habits, or personality quirks in others. Just because you think you know what they want, doesn’t mean that you do. Lots of people say that they want something, when in their heart of hearts, they do not. Just because you think that they should not die if they are sick, does not mean that it is what the soul wants especially if it means remaining in tremendous physical pain or a vegetative state. 

While using the wording “in accordance with your Highest Good” is a helpful safety clause for dowsing, prayer or energy work such as Reiki, it is not sufficient to avoid manipulation and to prevent violation of another’s free will. Take care not to assume karmic debt by meddling with someone else. Hence again the advisability of asking

Can I? May I? Should I?” 

No permission is required to inquire about someone else if they have requested your  help, or if you are asking questions to better understand your relationship with them, but only in the areas of inquiry that are relevant. As mentioned before, it is appropriate for you to inquire about someone’s character if you are considering doing business with them, entering into a relationship, or entrusting them with some important aspect of your life, home, business or family. But stick to only what is relevant and your/their legitimate right to know, and nothing more.

Clarify the answers you receive

When dowsing, with or without charts or checklists, know that the answers indicated may not be literally true, but metaphorically or only partially so. The charts or checklists may not provide you with the correct answer but point you in the right direction. The Greater Intelligence that is providing you with dowsed information can only work with the words you have listed on the page, or the specific questions you have asked, your vocabulary and understanding at the time. That is why you should repeat the question in different wordings to make sure of the interpretation. Are you telling me that _______?

It is helpful for every chart/checklist to include the word “other”. Also helpful is to write “somewhat” or “maybe”. I have seven specific pendulum code movements that help me gain greater accuracy: “yes”, “no”, “maybe”, “somewhat”, “working mode” (doing what I have asked it to do), “balancing” (or putting in good energy), and “don’t know, don’t want to answer”. Finally, pay attention to your gut feelings when dowsing to come to know what is a clear ‘yes’ and ‘no’ or ‘sort of’ response.

Be sensitive in how you report what you find and to whom.

Any dowsing answers about others should be revealed to them with only the greatest of gentleness and tact and must never elicit fear, anger or despair. 

As a hypnotherapist, I am well aware of the power of suggestion to heal or to do great harm. Remember that your dowsing can be inaccurate or you may not be interpreting it correctly. Better to use the information you obtain through dowsing to ask your client questions to elicit more information:

  • What is your objective?
  • Tell me more about ____?
  • How do you feel about ____?
  • What’ s going on with you?
  • How is that effecting you?
  • Are you telling me that you would like ___?” 

I find that I can usually help a person more by teaching them how to apply dowsing to reduce their own stress, and to heal mentally and emotionally rather than just dowsing for them myself. Teaching my clients or encouraging them to learn other self-help methods is usually indicated. I find that my other training in counseling, hypnosis, stress management, and just my observations and life experience, are just as valuable in assisting other as dowsing. Employ multiple tools in helping both yourself and others.

Here are some additional, basic guidelines:

  • Keep confidentiality.
  • Respect someone else’s reputation–it is a precious thing.
  • Remember that your dowsing or interpretation of it can be faulty.
  • Consider carefully what you report and the maturity and understanding of those to whom you report whatever you find.
  • Power misused is taken away. 

Misused power, especially where it violates the free will of others, invites dark energy and karmic debt. If you want high level spiritual energy to work with you, then you need to operate with the highest ethics and use it responsibly to be of service in the world, starting with a commitment to heal yourself.

  • Like attracts like

When you dowse, you are working with spiritual forces in resonance with your intention and frequency. Gossip attracts tricksters in the spiritual realm. Dowsing when you are intoxicated, angry, jealous, resentful, fearful, greedy, egotistical, or feeling like a victim, will attract those in the spiritual realm that feel comfortable with that and even encourage you to be more so. 

So before you dowse

    • take time to center and ground your energy
    • raise your vibration by thinking of gratitude, unconditional love, compassion for others
    • hold a desire to be of service.
    • ask:  Can I, May I, Should I. 

Above all, do no harm!

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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