Learn To Dowse Without A Tool

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Dowsing is a natural human ability, and the best way to learn is without a tool. That will teach you to listen to all your intuitive senses. There are many deviceless techniques, but the three below are among the most popular.

Try all three and find the one that works best for you. If you have questions, contact us at support@discoveringdowsing.com.

Blink Dowsing

Body Sway

Finger Rub

Please comment or ask questions below.

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  1. Mirko Janchevski
    Mirko Janchevski says:

    For the blinking dowsing, my yes response is with blinking once. My no response is blinking twice quickly. I am trying to see if I can do it with one eye, no matter which eye it is. My response for yes is right eye blinking once. My no response is my left eye blinking twice.

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    • Maggie Percy
      Maggie Percy says:

      Very interesting! While I have seen people get yes/no responses like that, it never occurred to me to try and do it with just one eye or the other. Cool! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. karen
    karen says:

    Hi you two, Do these three Deviseless Dowsing videos have audio or meant to be just visual? Just checking, because audio is silent.
    Thanks, Karen

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    • Maggie Percy
      Maggie Percy says:

      They have audio, so check your settings. Make sure you didn't accidentally mute your speakers, or that they have come unplugged or that you recently were using another output like headphones and need to redo the settings. Also, check other sites and see if you can hear on them. If not, it's definitely on your end. If you can hear on another website, please get back to me through our support address. I can hear the audio when I test them, so it appears to be on your end, but keep me informed.

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  3. MARK T KELLY
    MARK T KELLY says:

    Hi all, I have used the body sway but not enough of a reaction to suit me. When I sway foreword or back I am distracted with the concern of not falling, Ha to each their own. I use the finger rub more than the pendulum especially in the public. I have heard of eye blink but stayed with the fingers as of lately. Today I tried the eye blink and every time I said or thought of my birth town my eyes blinked twice rapidly. I will incorporate my eye blink a lot more in the future, especially when outside walking the desert, very interesting!
    THANKS MARC

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  4. Mirko Janchevski
    Mirko Janchevski says:

    I have to say something about the hands. I'm not really sure about the fingers because they are either positive or negative. Apart from the thumbs, they can be both positive and negative. They are bipolar. My left hand moves for a negative answer, while my right hand moves for a positive one. When I don't have a pendulum, I use my hands. When i'm doing a diagnosis on a person, my left hand reacts on a painful body part. My left thumb reacts and tells me that something is wrong there.

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    • Maggie Percy
      Maggie Percy says:

      You have learned to interpret what your body is communicating. That is a big accomplishment. With a pendulum, newbies eventually learn what odd, not-yes, not-no movements mean, thus expanding the information they can get with dowsing. The same is true with your body; you can go beyond yes and no, and you are unique, so you need to learn how to interpret the messages. It sounds like you have done this quite successfully. Congratulations!

      Everyone needs to be open to information from their intuition via other paths while dowsing. It is best not to focus on a tool, and it is best not to focus only on yes/no answers. By allowing other forms of intuition to add answers–whether it is a mental vision, a motion/sensation of the body or words heard in your head–by letting other intuitive senses inform you, you can sharpen and expand your intuitive abilities beyond dowsing simple yes/no questions.

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  5. DJ
    DJ says:

    I have used a pendulum for quite some time but after thinking I wanted to become more serious about it and trying to really “learn” to dowse with all those activities, like picking out black and red suits of cards, etc. I have found that maybe all those answers I got for all those years were wrong since my % of success is quite low. I learned to use it and the body sway method with a energy medicine class but am new to the eye blink and the finger rub. The blink seemed to work quickly and “solidly” but the finger one will take some time, I guess. Sadly, I think I must go back to the beginning with the pendulum as well as I now do not have confidence in the answers that I normally get. On the journey.

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    • Maggie Percy
      Maggie Percy says:

      You should pat yourself on the back, because whether it seems like it or not, you have turned a big corner. Most people dabble in dowsing, thinking that getting a yes or no means they can dowse. This is incorrect. Dowsing is pretty easy to learn, but it does take proper technique if you want to be accurate. And you have come to that conclusion.

      Do not become discouraged. Many people, thinking dowsing is some psychic activity, give up if they can't get the right answers without learning proper technique. Our Discovering Dowsing course will teach you all you need to know and then give you tons of advanced help in applying dowsing to subjects that interest you, from health to past lives to lost objects.

      A tool is just a tool. We advise people to learn to dowse without a tool first, for a number of reasons. Find a deviceless technique or two that work easily for you. (Hint: not all will work for you.) Get our course and study proper technique. Learn to use tools for things they are helpful with.

      Do NOT ‘test' yourself. This is a common mistake that makes you frustrated. Dowsing is not a game or a trick. It is a life skill. There must be an element of need present, as in, you need to know or want to know the answer. Card suits and coin tosses are a yawn your Self doesn't need to know or care about. Learn everyday dowsing first–you can see some simple examples in the top menu under What To Dowse–and then move on to harder topics like health. If you get our course, we will support you on your journey, so I highly recommend that. Dowsing is a skill. Take it one step at a time and learn proper technique, and you will master it.

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  6. Mirko Janchevski
    Mirko Janchevski says:

    I was wondering if you have had any experience with holding two pendulums in both hands at once and to have them rotate in opposite directions? For example, when I do that, the one pendulum in my right hand rotates clockwise, and the one in my left hand goes counterclockwise.

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    • Maggie Percy
      Maggie Percy says:

      If you are using a tool–and we recommend learning to dowse without one–the goal is to have a consistent answer for yes and a consistent answer for no, no matter what hand you hold the tool with.

      If you are getting a consistently DIFFERENT answer with the tool when held in the left hand vs. the tool when held in the right hand, something is not right. Here are some ideas to explore:

      1. Use your dominant hand all the time to hold the tool. It may be that when you hold the tool in your non-dominant hand, it is slightly uncomfortable, and that affects your focus or even your polarity.
      2. If you have two different responses when holding a pair of L-rods, one in each hand, you may need to do a clearing on your energy to remove past life energies related to trauma experienced due to being a dowser, fortune teller, diviner or similar person in that life. Often, the hand that was dominant in that lifetime just won't allow any response from the tool at all, but sometimes it gives a wrong response, because your subconscious thinks right answers lead to persecution and even death. A clearing can usually be accomplished by using a statement of intention, meaning a statement to clear those energies, transform them to beneficial, disconnect from past lives and deactivate any issues that may have activated.
      3. Doing a polarity check before and even after each dowsing session will help assure you are not having ‘switched' polarity and getting ‘wrong' answers. See this article on that topic: https://discoveringdowsing.com/polarity-reversal-how-to-fix-it/

      Establish a consistent usage with any tool, and remember that taking our course will help you avoid the most common pitfalls that lead to false answers.

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