6 thoughts on “How are Dowsing Sticks used?

  1. Well, these dowsing sticks are supposed to find water out in some were like a barren landscape, the rods can turn a certain way to point out a water source, and they cross while holding them if you are directly above it, what it actually is is you tilting the sticks and pointing out the water source that your subconscious mind can see to your conscious side.
    you see, your subconscious sees signs of water that our conscious mind wont, so our subconscious MAKES us tilt the sticks at a certain direction without us really knowing.

    this is how to use them: hold each stick by the handle with each longer part pointing out infront of you, keep them level as so they dont tip, if the turn a certain direction its pointing there to were the water is, if they cross then you are standing straight over it.

  2. First principle of drilling for water:
    If you drill anywhere deep enough you’re liable to hit water.

  3. They are used for ‘divining’ water.
    The majority are Y shaped, although ‘L’s are fairly common.
    Some people think that, when held by an adept, they twitch when over a ground source of water.
    Other people disagree.
    If you do want to try, hold the extremities of the twig very gently between the thumb and middle finger of each hand and let it guide you. Or so I am told.

  4. There are many forms of dowsing instruments from the humble Y rod, the L or angle rods, bobbers which are long semi stiff wires coming from a handle and wich bobs up and down and cicles when over the target, pendulums, aurameters, W or M shaped dowsing instruments and so on. Equally there are many uses for each of them and in the end it comes to the dowsers preference perhaps using one instrument in favour of another when dowsing for something. You can also dowse without using any instruments at all just your hands or body. The instruments are only to “amplify” the “signal” so to speak so you have a visual reference.

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