Dowsing Tutorial

dowsing pendulum tutorial

What is Dowsing?

To start this dowsing tutorial lets define dowsing. Dowsing is an ancient technique used to obtain information via metaphysical means. The nonphysical component of our being relays information to the physical body’s central nervous system through an autonomous function called the ideomotor response. This ideomotor response is accountable for moving the dowsing instrument.

Dowsing Tutorial – The Basics

dowsing tutorialDowsing can take many different forms. Dowsing can be done with many different devices such as divining rods, willow branches, and pendants. This method relies on a dowsing pendulum.

It is a common belief that dowsing can open up channels of communication between the dowser and negative energy. Dowsing is a technique and the pendulum is a tool. The intensions, feelings, and emotions of the dowser are what allow for connections to a particular energy. It is important to have the right frame of mind, and approach with good intent prior to dowsing. If your intensions are negative or you are suffering from emotional problems, you are leaving yourself vulnerable to negative influences. These negative influences can potentially stick around and wreak havoc on your daily life.

The intention of this dowsing tutorial is teach you how to use a dowsing tool. It will be used as a means of connecting to an event, not a positive or negative conscious entity. The dowsing tool is a powerful mechanism and can be used for more than just dowsing the lottery. Protect yourself!

Dowsing tutorial – Dowsing Pendulums

dowsing pendulumsI have worked with many different types of pendulums and I have found that clear quartz pendulums seem to work quite well. I say this as a reference to my own experience. I suggest you experiment with different types of pendulums until you find what works best for you.

Clear quartz has many metaphysical attributes and is utilized almost everywhere in electronics as a timing device. Clear quartz is piezoelectric; that is, it will generate an electrical potential in response to applied mechanical pressure.
Clear quartz is a powerful stone and is considered a good tool for interfacing with the nonphysical component of our being.

Dowsing Tutorial – The Ideomotor Response

what is the ideomotor responseIdeomotor response is a term given to unconscious motor movements, that is, movements beyond your conscious control.

When using a dowsing pendulum, the central nervous system conveys messages from the subconscious to tiny muscle movements in the hands. If you are holding a dowsing pendulum, the dowsing pendulum will begin to swing in a “yes” or “no” direction when asked “yes” or “no” questions.

The same holds true for dowsing rods. Tiny muscular movements in the hands control the directions of the rods and they, in turn, act as metering devices, relaying pertinent information to the dowser.

Dowsing takes practice; it is my opinion that most false readings can be attributed to improper handling of the dowsing tool. The ideomotor response is a sensitive mechanism dictated by tiny muscle twitches and, in order to take full advantage of the effect, one must first work to prevent obstacles from impeding results. Good channels of communication can come with practice and good meditation.

Dowsing Tutorial – The Process of Dowsing

how to hold a dowsing pendulumAfter you have grounded yourself (see Grounding), hold your pendulum loosely between your thumb and index finger. Make sure to allow ample slack in the chain and dangle the pendulum an inch or two off the table. Use whatever hand you feel most comfortable with.

Let’s begin by simply programming the pendulum. The pendulum is a great tool for asking “yes” and “no” questions. Understanding what a “yes” and “no” response will look like is important and can come naturally or with simple programming.

One way of programming the pendulum is to simply ask the pendulum a question you already know the answer to such as, “Is my name Frank?” If your name is Frank, and the pendulum swings in a certain direction, you will then know your “yes” direction. To confirm, ask it a question that you know not to be true. Remember to ask “yes” or “no” questions only. The pendulum should then move in the direction opposite of the “yes” direction. You should now have your “yes” and “no” directions.

At first glance, dowsing with a pendulum might appear simple and easy to master. But as you begin dowsing, you’ll probably become aware of how difficult it really is. And perhaps you’ll become aware of how the pendulum reacts to accidental movements and improper handling, or how conscious influence can hinder results. With time and practice, hopefully you’ll overcome a plethora of impediments that limit and distort results. Remember, practice makes perfect.

I hope you got something out of this dowsing tutorial. Please feel free to Leave a comment.

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14 Comments  to  Dowsing Tutorial

  1. matthew says:

    I use dowsing tools, but the quartz is a great idea, thanks i will go get one

    • lottodowse says:

      I’m not exactly sure why quartz works. I pose my theories in Dowsing the Lottery but I seem to have a much higher success rate with this material.. Go figure…

  2. Sherrel Hendrix says:

    I have found that dowsing for the lottery have been very inconsistent with me.I have gotten as many as three numbers correct.What do I need to do to receive more of a consistent or true response?

    • lottodowse says:

      Hi Sherrel, thanks for adding your comment. So this is a tricky question to answer because I also have the same problem. What has worked for me in the past is being well rested, completely focused and in a very good mood. I know. Easier said than done. One thing that really makes me feel real good is getting home after the gym, especially if I am with friends. I get a huge sense of accomplishment from working out hard and being around good people. You would think I would be super tired, but it’s often opposite of that. I have some good positive energy and it really improves my dowsing. Any stress, any feeling of “I have to get this done” etc will hinder your results. Sometimes, taking a couple weeks off will do the trick.. It’s easy to get stuck in a rut, especially when you do good one week (pick 3 numbers) and then expect/demand a similar outcome the next time…

      Gene

  3. Praveen says:

    Hey is this really true ? Does it work?

    • lottodowse says:

      Now that my book is 100% free to download, I suggest you give it a try and report back :) but to answer your question, yes it does work.

  4. Shawna Kianna Watson. says:

    I just don’t want to stop dowsing.And my daughters try to act like I should.It’s not that I don’t care about Mother Mary and the Holy Catholic church.It’s just that I like to have a good time.I know what I’m up against.And It just don’t matter to me if one of my own family hits Mega Millions.I just love to dowse the Lottery.Or just sneak and dos whatever I think I should.

  5. Shawna Kianna Watson. says:

    Ad I like that video that you sent to us.

  6. Jax says:

    I find that is I am to attached the the results my results are off. I did an experiment where I used a pendulum to find out the color of the suite of playing cards (black or red) I would be doing great and as soon as I got a little excited I would bomb and not get any right. I think its the whole letting your ego get out of the way thing :D

    • lottodowse says:

      You’re right on the money Jax. That’s why you need to work on your meditation and self discipline. Practice makes perfect.

    • Brian says:

      I absolutely agree. The ego is a huge barrier to success in psi activities. It is almost like to get what you really want, you have to give up really caring about what you really want. I am sure there is a personal growth message there, but it is just not fair. LOL.

  7. John K says:

    I find that when I look at the pendulum, it responds as it should. If i close my eyes and ask same questions “show me a yes” it doesn’t respond. Is this as expected?

    John

    • lottodowse says:

      NOT sure John.. Never experimented with my eyes closed…

    • Saras says:

      Hey John, the same thing happens with me. With my eyes open, the pendulum moves in big circles but when I close my eyes, it hardly moves. I also noticed that the movement is slow n subtle when i rest my elbow on the table, however, if I keep my elbow in air without support, the movement is exaggerated.

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