DOWSING, or Radiesthesia
Dowsing is a wonderful tool, used to detect answers via our Sub-Conscious Energy Meridian, and Central Energy Meridian. Dowsing is done using a crystal or vibrationally sensitive stone suspended from a fine chain or string. We are all familiar with Divining rods, and the people seen ‘divining’ water sources, but Dowsing the human body has very different uses. Dowsing is traditionally used in searching for answers.
- We are enveloped in energy meridians that go by many names. Our Sub-conscious Energy Meridian, and Central Energy Meridian. The Chinese call it Ch’I, the Japanese Ki, in the west, our Life Force. Hippocrates called it Vis Medicatrix Naturae.
- The Egyptians used Dowsing along with Sacred Geometry. Dowsing is often combined with the amplifying power of Radionics and Sacred Geometry, when drawing negative energy from the body.
- Often, the Dowser will opt for the combined use of crystals to amplify certain energy frequencies. All of this is safe, and painless.
- This complex network of molecular activity is ultimately our own innate wisdom. This invisible activity is our Life Force in the plane of energy. Without energy meridians, we would not register as being alive. Dowsing works using this energy, and can do no harm, as it works on positive energy, shifting negatives.
- Dowsing, or Radiesthesia can be done practically anywhere quiet. The client can sit or lay, whichever is most comfortable. Dowsing sessions can last ten minutes to one hour, depending on the work to be done.
- Dowsing can be very nicely combined with Reiki sessions, and for in depth confirmation of an Iridology assessment.
A deeper understanding of the metaphysical mystery of Dowsing, has come up in research done by the University of Vermont on the frequencies(waves) of the human brain in conditions of: wakefulness, sleep, and while undergoing various meditation techniques, and during Dowsing. It proved that during most types of activity, the brain functioned on one wave level only (alpha, beta, theta or delta). Meditation activated more than one area in the brain, but quieted others. But it was during the process of Dowsing, that the brain used all 4 wave levels at the same time. Our Sub-Conscious and Central Energy Meridian provides us with answers on all levels of our existence – from conscious level to deeply subconscious levels, and Spiritual.
Kim Easton is a gifted Dowser, able to utilize the information provided by free-flowing Chi energy travelling along our Energy Meridians. Kim’s pendulum is programmed to indicate yes or no, Positive (Yang) or Negative (Yin) answers. Electro-magnetic-crystal information is a part of each and every one of us in our DNA, and can be your best friend when in the company of a trusted Radiesthesia/Dowser, because it does not lie.
What distinguishes Kim from other dowsers is her sensitivity to intuitive reception, thus expanding her abilities for applied Radiesthesia/Dowsing.
Dowsing works on both animate and inanimate objects. By simply dowsing the bottle in your hand, she can assist in determining the dosage and duration of herbal supplementation for optimal tissue repair, or cleansing. Kim Easton has received attunements via Reiki and IET, which opened intuitive reception, and channels to her personal Guides, connected to the Universal Energy System.
These personal guides are Master Healers, who work through her hands and Pendulum, to draw negative energy, manifested as pain and dis-ease from the human body system. This is a painless process, after which the clients often experiences a ‘shift’ in body awareness. A measure of dis-ease exits via Kim’s hand and escapes via her feet. More often than not, the client experiences what Kim calls ‘Pain Amnesia’… the pain goes away, as if never there. In some cases, the pain intensifies temporarily, as emotions rise up to the surface for release.
(The client has the option of ‘Hands-Off’ sessions for those sensitive to human touch, or for religious restrictions.)
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Electro-magnetic-crystal information can linger after a negative person has vacated the premises, and Dowsing is highly prized for its potential to re-balance the energy hanging around inanimate objects. Practical application in this case is to call a Dowser for energy clearing. Kim can draw negative energy from a new home, where personal troubles of the workmen can be transferred via negative energy into the metal nails as they hammer out their problems. This same phenomenon applies to a poorly behaving boat where an angry Captain can leave his mark at the Helm.
The history of Dowsing, Geomancy or Radiesthesia belongs to the rare individuals who, by observation and example alone, understood the significance and the power of such an improbable tool. The nay-sayers are always the tough ones, but once convinced, they never look back. Bouly himself was a skeptic, until converted, and became the founding father of Radiesthesia.
One of the first medical dowsers was Abbe Alexis Bouly, a Catholic priest. Bouly founded the Society of Friends of Radiesthesia, a new word he coined for dowsing, an amalgam of a Latin root for ‘radiation’ and a Greek root for ‘perception.’ He hit on what he called ‘the world of microbial vibrations.’ “I was bold enough to tackle it,” he wrote, “but to start with I had to learn about microbes, to study their nature and their influence on the human body.”
A second medical dowsing pioneer was Father Jean-Louis Bourdoux, who spent sixteen years as a missionary in the jungles of Brazil’s Matto Grosso. Bourdoux launched into a study of the medicinal properties of Brazilian plants. The main question he pondered was “How can missionaries be taught which plants in a particular region would act as specific remedy for specific ailments.”
In the midst of his writing, Bourdoux met Father Alexis Mermet who had learned the same pendulum could detect hidden conditions in animals and human beings. Mermet invented the method of ‘pendulum diagnosis.’
Muscle Testing/Kinesiology, and Polarity are different forms of the same thing when it comes to guidance. Muscle Testing/Kinesiology works on your body’s wisdom to get a ‘yes’ strong answer, or a ‘no’ weak answer to a specific question posed. They are practically interchangeable, as they rely on the wisdom of the Sub-Conscious Energy Meridian, and the Central Energy Meridian for answers.
Dowsing can be performed in a Long-Distance, or Remote (Absentee) situation with great results.
The following Extracts are from,
The Divining Hand: The 500-Year-Old Mystery of Dowsing, by Christopher Bird.
“Dowsing can best be explained as to search with the aid of a hand-held instrument such as a forked stick or a pendular bob on the end of a string – for anything: Subterranean water flowing in a narrow underground fissure, a pool of oil or a vein of mineral ore, a buried sewer pipe or electrical cable, an airplane downed in a mountain wilderness, a disabled ship helplessly adrift in a gale, a lost wallet or dog, a missing person, a buried treasure or to help someone with a physical problem.
When first introduced to this method of location that has long defied, and continues to defy, rational explanation, most people react with a knee-jerk response of rank disbelief.
The actual words ‘dowsing rod’ first appeared in print in a seventeenth century essay written by John Locke, who referred to the ability to divine, or discover, mines of gold and silver.
Many people are familiar with the sight of someone walking over some plot of ground holding the dowsing rod and the object than bending or twisting downward.
One of the first medical dowsers was Abbe Alexis Bouly, a Catholic priest, living in a little French seaside village on the English Channel.
Bouly eventually founded the Society of Friends of Radiesthesia, a new word he coined for dowsing, an amalgam of a Latin root for ‘radiation’ and a Greek root for ‘perception.’ Looking for new worlds to conquer, he finally hit on what he called ‘the world of microbial vibrations.’ “I was bold enough to tackle it,” he wrote, “but to start with I had to learn about microbes, to study their nature and their influence on the human body.”
A second medical dowsing pioneer was Father Jean-Louis Bourdoux, who spent sixteen years as a missionary in the jungles of Brazil’s Matto Grosso. Bourdoux launched into a study of the medicinal properties of Brazilian plants. Following extended talks with doctors and patients, Bourdoux decided to write a book that might help his fellow missionaries care for the sick in outbacks around the world. The main question he pondered was “How can missionaries be taught which plants in a particular region would act as specific remedy for specific ailments.”
In the midst of his writing, Bourdoux met Father Alexis Mermet who had learned to dowse for water from his grandfather and father in Savoy, France. Mermet came to the conclusion that if what lay hidden in the earth and in inanimate objects could be studied with a pendulum, then why couldn’t the same pendulum detect hidden conditions in animals and human beings? Mermet invented the method of ‘pendulum diagnosis.’
After years of study and practice, Bourdoux published his Practical Notions of Radiesthesia “thanks to the new science called ‘radiesthesia,’ you will be able, without any medical training and hardly any funds, to succor both believers and pagans.”
Father Jean Jurion, a Catholic priest, was introduced to the dowsing art in 1930 by a fellow priest, to find lost objects and missing persons. For some time Father Jurion looked on the practice only as an amusement until, one afternoon, his sister lost her gold ring while packing apples into baskets between layers of hay.
He was surprised to see the coin rotate over one of the baskets in the clockwise direction he had established as indicating a positive answer. The pendulum became violently active over one specific apple. When he gingerly lifted it from its resting place, there was the ring lying on the apple beneath.
It was only after World War II that Father Jurion began seriously to consider the use of dowsing in medicine. He was inspired by the aforementioned men. He began a survey of all the literature on dowsing but he was met only with a welter of contradictory opinions that, unsupported by experimental proof, had simply to be taken for granted. His greatest surprise came with the realization that his most spectacular achievements were related to cases which he thought practically impossible to solve because doctors had given up on them.
A particularly difficult case was a 49-year-old Belgian man. X-rays had confirmed two inoperable cancerous tumors in his brain. He had been given 40 cobalt radiation treatments accompanied by x-rays. Nothing had stopped the spread of cancer which was blocking his throat. He could barely swallow, had lost all hearing and lay in a coma in an oxygen tent. Through the pendulum diagnosis, and use of homeopathic remedies pushed down his throat, after one year, medical doctors found the man cancer-free. Jurion wrote, “…this diagnosis and treatment, which medical specialists could not believe would be effective, amply justifies the existence of the radiesthesia practitioner, who may not be a doctor, but may be a patient’s last chance. …it is our duty to take even the seemingly most intractable cases.”
Jurion was harassed for years and was in court six times, as a result of complaints by the Order of Physicians. “Since they treated me like an outlaw, I have written the book, Journal of an Outlaw, because I care for the sick without a medical degree, and they classify me with embezzlers, con men, and murderers.”
From- The Divining Hand: The 500-Year-Old Mystery of Dowsing, by Christopher Bird.
Disclaimer: Dowsing is not intended for diagnostic purposes, and does not claim to cure, prevent or treat any disease. Information and opinions expressed by the practitioner may not be construed as medical advice. This modality is intended as a complimentary support. You should consult with your medical practitioner regarding any health issues.
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