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How to Dowse for Water ~ by WoodlandsTV

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With an academic background in physics and a range of expertise in hydrology, geology and mechanical engineering, Guy Hudson talks about his work as a professional water dowser. He discusses the historical and current need for water divining and the potential technical difficulties when drilling for water. He also shows us some introductory training methods out in the field.
http://www.guyhudson.co.uk
An Adliberate film http://www.adliberate.co.uk for WoodlandsTV http://www.woodlands.co.uk/tv

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 24 March, 2014

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40 comments so far

Sun
September 29, 2019

@Marian B. and it also helped people to avoid what they have found for example, sleeping on water can cause health problems and that hasn´t only to do with believe, in this case I know medical doctors confirming this fact, often in case of cancer

Sun
September 29, 2019

@Gary Carpenter so it would be better to learn it yourself

Sun
September 29, 2019

@David S:
really interesting comment; may I ask you with what professional "instrument" instead of unprofessional dowsing 😉 you work in your job? did you dowse with rods like the man in the video does?

Sun
September 29, 2019

@Skyrocketcoast: so you "only" took willow branches regarless how they look (shape?) and did the same as the man in the video? if so, I should test this 🙂

M. Szo
September 29, 2019

Hello Sun. (1) Yes, I taught myself through trail and error, and creating experiments to work on that I could afterwards confirm by the results achieved, and documenting them. I made my own rods from metal clothing hangers placed into the clothing hanger cardboard material tube with a bead inserted at top and bottom so that the hanger, when inserted, could swing freely. I only use rods on maps to mark off places that I inquire about and for nothing else.

(2) Regarding dowsing application related to health: I only dowse with a pendulums for this purpose. I am a Naturopathic Alternative Medicine doctor educated in anatomy, physiology, and nutrition chemistry, which allows me to plan the right course of action in what to ask when it comes to health issues and how to proceed from that point forward, and then observe the kind of results I looking for, or make adjustments. From years of experience, I developed my own method of teaching students in how to use and work with a pendulum in coordination with one's conscious and subconscious mind.

M. Szo
September 30, 2019

Respectfully, just for the purpose of open minded discussion, are you opposed to all forms of dowsing? Other than reading about dowsing and forming an opposing view of it, have you spent any amount of serious time endeavoring to objectively learn what dowsing actually is to discover what it is that happens in within yourself, your conscious and subconscious mind, in relation to what you are exploring, and then try to explain it? You're not alone in having a negative opinion which you are of course entitled to have. I always find, however, that those who feel as you do, and I was once a skeptic too, arrive to their conclusions without themselves doing the work first. They are the same individuals who, like skeptics in medical science, can't understand or explain a placebo healing effect, or an occasional sudden and rapid healing of a disease without medicine or surgery. Then there is the psychologist and brain surgeon who can believe or explain how Remote Viewing is possible, which was done by Soviet and American Intelligence agencies during the Cold War. They also can't comprehend what it is that happens when some dowsers have successfully assisted law enforcement agencies to find missing persons. Then there was the success experienced by a small group of U.S. Marines in locating Viet Con entrances to underground tunnels during the Viet Nam War after having been taught to use metal dowsing rods. Anyone who believes that it is the instrument that does the job is absolutely mistaken and on the wrong compass heading. The dowsing instrument is simply a tool and nothing more than this.

Frank Kelley
October 26, 2019

Fraud and a liar conning credulous fools.

Frank Kelley
October 26, 2019

the 'good' ones have a very good understanding of how to fleece a mark, that's all.

sharry hope
December 1, 2019

This is an excellent video about water dowsing. Thank you so much.

sharry hope
December 1, 2019

You hold the rod so that they don't fall or slip not too tight not too loose

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