Dowsing Conference Open to New and Experienced Dowsers
Those interested in fine-tuning their intuition; learning how to dowse for and find treasure, missing people, pets and items; and much more, there is a Dowsing Conference from October 6 to 12 at the Little America Hotel, in Flagstaff. The conference will include exclusive vortex tours to Sedona; an all-day beginner dowsing course; and advanced dowsing classes that include creating labyrinths, working with earth acupuncture, and much more.
When many think of dowsing, they imagine an old farmer with a Y-shaped stick. Maybe their grandmother or grandfather was a water witch. Finding water is one of the oldest and most important crafts in our collective existence. However, dowsing is not just for finding water.
A great definition of dowsing is “focused intuition.” Some dowsers use their abilities to heal, communicate with animals (from mice to whales), improve and repair relationships, dissipate entities, and get rid of bad habits. With dowsing, one can use various tools, like L-rods (sometimes made from metal coat hangers), Y-rods (can be made from a Y-shaped stick or other materials), pendulums (a key on a string) or simply one’s body.
For more information, call 978-496-8599 or visit FlagstaffDowsers.com.