The Diviner's Handbook: A Guide to the Timeless Art of Dowsing

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Inner Traditions / Bear & Co, Mar 1, 1986 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 192 pages
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Anyone can learn to dowse-for precious metals, missing persons, water, the solution to a problem, or a myriad of other objectives. All that is required is practice, awareness, and a working knowledge of basic dowsing principles and mechanics. Tom Graves’ guidebook provides the tools whereby your natural ability to dowse can be turned into a reliable skill. One of the oldest arts and sciences known to man, dowsing is widely used today in fields as diverse as medicine and archeology. The Diviner’s Handbook moves directly into the firsthand experience of dowsing and the heightened sense of awareness that is the dowser’s most important ally. With clear, insightful explanations and generous illustrations, the author shows you how to:

• Make and use simple, effective dowsing instruments
• Develop dependable methods of analytic and intuitive interpretation
• Experiment with a wide range of traditional and personal dowsing techniques
• Locate people, objects, and information; diagnose illness; and attune with plants and animals

Each of us is capable of detecting the subtle emanations and vibrations that surround us. The Diviner’s Handbook helps you develop your own, individual talent and technique for dowsing as a key to greater knowledge and the time-honored art of divination.
 

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Contents

By way of introduction
13
Down to work
16
An assortment of instruments
31
Psychological interference
47
Introduction to techniques
57
Qualities
60
Position and direction
75
Quantities
96
Introduction to applications
119
Prospection and analysis
130
Agriculture and medicine
143
Dowsing and archaeology
159
Conclusions
175
Ten years on
177
Moving on
181
Copyright

Map and time dowsing and other techniques in nonnormal spacetime
106

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About the author (1986)

Graves is a Senior Software Consultant at a global software contracting company. After getting out of the U.S. Coast Guard he started a successful career as a Network Administrator through self-study. Currently he is pursuing a Ph.D. in Information Systems.

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