Dowsing simply means searching for something by intuition. It's widely regarded as being a psychic method of looking for water, but it's so much more than that! You can dowse for everything - from lost objects to the self-knowledge hidden in your subconscious - and this audiobook will show you exactly how.
All of us have intuition, but in this modern world we have become disconnected from this ancient power. Uri Geller is famous around the world for his intuitive, paranormal powers, which range from bending spoons to astounding feats of dowsing, such as his location of huge offshore oil field on behalf of Mexico's national oil company (for which he was rewarded with Mexican citizenship).
In this amazing book, he guides you step by step through the hidden world of dowsing that he knows so well. Simple exercises in the form of Uri mini-class activities and fun games such as crystal hide-and-seek teach the basic skills you need to dowse, whether you use divining rods, a pendulum, a forked twig, or just your hands.
The book then explains how to use these skills to find everything - from lost objects to water, fossils, archaeological remains, and even hidden treasure! Most importantly, Uri reveals how dowsing can help you unlock submerged thoughts and knowledge and evaluate vital choices in business, love, and family life. Also including real-life case studies of amazing dowsing events, stories of celebrity dowsers through history, and background explanation of the science of dowsing, this is a super-accessible and fun guide to the most useful of the paranormal skills.
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Tons of exercises. And to dowse all you have to do is just spin toward the direction that feels right. if theres resistance then it's probably the other way, like clockwise vs counterclockwise. You program it the direction you want for yes or no and then the feeling of left or right is your subconscious perceptions.
- Barry Thomas
There really isn't a lot of content in this book I enjoyed it but was expecting so much more.