Dowsing and Relationships
Dowsing and relationships is a subject which pops up fairly frequently. This isn’t surprising, because relationships are a big issue! People want to know if they will find their soulmate with dowsing, or they want to know if the person they have met is the right one for them.
In other words, they’re either asking about when and if they will meet someone, which is dowsing about the future or they are wondering about the relationship they are currently in or wanting to be in.
Dowsing about the future is tricky. Dowsing about relationships in the future adds another layer of tricky! I’ll explain why. First, the future is not set in stone for everyone. There are always possibilities and new directions awaiting any of us. The further out from the present you go, the more there are. This makes future dowsing, especially about such a broad subject as meeting someone, a really difficult task. This is doubly so for newbies at dowsing.
I’m not saying it can’t be done. There are some people who can do this, but they are few and very far between.
Then, you add in the mix about having a relationship! You want one, or you wouldn’t be asking. So you’re going to find it really difficult to be objective about this and it’s going to be hard trying to keep your emotions in check when you dowse. Guess who mostly asks this sort of question? You’re right, it’s newbies.
Newbies don’t have the skill – yet – to ask these sorts of questions themselves, but they’re often the ones doing the asking!
So, the next type of question is about current or wished for relationships, with a particular person in mind. This can be a little easier because it’s not so much about the indeterminate future, but it still has issues.
Asking about relationships is not a simple, ‘does he/she like me?’ or ‘is he or she the one for me?’ This is where a skillfully crafted question or series of questions is hugely important.
To ask such a question you need to have it clear in your own mind what it is you are looking for in a relationship. That’s going to be unique to you. How important are good looks? Honesty? Dress sense? Financial security? Sense of humor? List down all of the aspects of a person that are important to you.
Then, you can begin to dowse about how well that person matches your list of priorities. For each one dowse on a scale of 0 to 1o, with 10 being absolutely perfect for you. But don’t do it only for right now. Also dowse for, say, six months down the line. Things change when people get together!
Look at your answers (assuming you were able to dowse accurately in an emotionally detached mindset) and then work out what you can live with and what you can’t.
Dowsing is a useful guide, but it never takes the place of real life. Use it to help you understand yourself and your needs better and that alone will be invaluable in helping you find the right person for you.
Have you used dowsing to help you in this way? If so, what success (or not) did you have? We'd love to hear about it in the comments section below.