wrong dowsing answer

When A Wrong Dowsing Answer Is Right…

When It All Goes Wrong

You've gotten a wrong dowsing answer before, right? What did you do?

You're thinking, “What could I do? I just got annoyed and moved on.” But that didn't help your dowsing skill improve. In fact, your negative reaction probably made you less likely to pick up a pendulum in the future.

Getting a wrong dowsing answer is the biggest single problem dowsers face. Yet most dowsers don't have a useful strategy for dealing with this issue. By ‘useful', I mean a way of turning ‘wrong' into ‘right'. And why would they? Most dowsers have had little or no training. They haven't read lots of books on dowsing. They haven't gone to lots of conferences or taken tons of workshops. Most don't give dowsing a second thought. Just pick up the pendulum and do it.

This isn't a criticism. It's just how it is. There aren't a lot of opportunities locally for most dowsers. There are some good books on dowsing, but reading is becoming a lost art. Only relatively recently has the internet become a good resource for dowsers.

So what can you do? By all means, take advantage of the internet and of this site.  There's a huge amount of information available here which will help you overcome some of the basic reasons for wrong dowsing answers.

But you can also do something every day that we've done for years. It's a useful practice that will help you become more accurate in your dowsing very quickly. And that is: confirm your results.

When you dowse about something, find out whether you were correct. If you were, pat yourself on the back. If not, spend some time finding out why.

Avoiding the wrong dowsing answer

And here's an important point. You cannot know whether you were correct if you only dowse about things you cannot confirm.

So, assuming that doesn't describe you…

  • Was your dowsing question too short?
  • Was your dowsing question too vague?
  • Were you in a proper dowsing state?
  • Were you emotionally attached to getting a certain answer?
  • Did you take the time to create a detailed dowsing question with your goals in mind?
  • Did you carefully define your terms?

askthe questioncoverCheck out this book if you want to get better at creating good dowsing questions


Another trick we've used is to try and find out how the answer you got was accurate, but not for the intendedquestion.

Here's an example from my life: I'm a veteran dowser. But sometimes I slip up. I dowsed in 2009 that we would get approved for a home loan modification on our mortgage. We waited for over 18 months, and our application was denied.

I was floored. I felt certain we would be accepted. In 2013, our mortgage was sold to another company. That fall, they approached us and asked if we'd like to apply for a home loan modification. We did. We got it.

So I got the right answer, but it didn't occur to me to put ‘when' in the question. Big mistake. If I had spent some time examining the question, which I usually do, I might have guessed what went wrong. So my dowsing was accurate, but the information was not useful to me, because it was for the wrong time. A wrong answer can be right, but it's only useful if you figure out how.

What did you do when you got a wrong dowsing answer? How did you improve your dowsing? Let us know in the comments section below

22 replies
  1. Margaret cumming
    Margaret cumming says:

    Hi Peggy I recently received a pendulum as a gift from my reiki practioner & later that night I tried it..I was amazed at how accurate it was & I wrote everything down on paper. The next day I was so excited to use it again but it seemed slow & unsure & not as accurate as the night before & I went over the same questions as I had done the previous night but they weren’t the same answers & I asked it if had a message for me & it said yes & I said could you spell the words out & it said yes it could spell the messsge out for me & I got the words “IT GOES GLOCK BUB” I asked if the message was correct & it said yes. I looked up this word GLOCK BUB & it came up with a picture of a gun. I couldn’t understand what this was telling me & so I thought this is not right so I thought it really must need cleansed so I cleansed it in sea salt overnight & I was reluctant to use it again but I did & I asked some questions & I said my name is Mary & it said yes…which is not correct ….my name is Margaret…2nd question I said I was born on January & it said yes & said I was born in 1973 which is not correct….I was born on March 1971. 3rd question I said how many children do I have & it said 2…which is not correct…I have 1 child…4th question I said when was my child born was it —— I gave a couple of dates & it said 2002….which is not correct…my son was born in 2006. Do you have any suggestions or guidance on why I am receiving different answers ..I haven’t bought a book yet could you recommend anything…I am very grateful for your help . Much love Margaret xx

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    • Maggie Percy
      Maggie Percy says:

      Congratulations on getting your pendulum! It’s so exciting, isn’t it? I can remember buying a pendulum from my Reiki teacher in 1999, and my best friend and I played with the pendulums that evening back at the hotel. Keep that wonderful enthusiasm going.
      In order to become an accurate dowser, you need training in the skill of dowsing. First off, the tool does not give you the answer. It magnifies the answer your own body is giving you via your intuition. You don’t even need a tool to dowse. Check out the deviceless dowsing methods shown on this site and have some fun with them!
      I recommend our complete dowsing course which can be seen on this page if you want to become a good dowser: http://discoveringdowsing.com/dowsing-course. If you aren’t yet sure you want to invest in mastering the skill of dowsing, use the free resources on this site. The blog articles, the free videos and the free presentations will help you decide if dowsing is for you. Then get the course. That’s the best thing to do.
      Our books dive deeper into specific aspects of dowsing, but none of them is a course as such. You could start with The Practical Pendulum Series, Volumes 1-4, but still, you will need a complete course to really train yourself. Then get any of our books that dive into various applications and aspects of dowsing as needed.
      Dowsing is such fun, and it can really be a huge benefit to you, so I hope you do take the plunge and learn to dowse well. I’m sure you’ll love it! We look forward to hearing how it goes for you.

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  2. Doreen Panczyk
    Doreen Panczyk says:

    Hi my name doreen.
    I’ve been using a pendulum for dowsing for about a year. At first it was my grandmother then my aunt and my dad was next which he has pasted 1 ur now.. The only one I talk to now is my grandmother she won’t let me talk to no one else she says I’m your guardian angel and I will only talk to you. Well now I find myself arguing with her a lot after the conversation I ask her before I get off if she is being honest with what we just talked about sometimes she says yes other times its no and tells me what she wasn’t honest about.. There are days where I’m confused or get of there crying some days are good. Do you have any suggestions I’m a little crazy at the moment with this thank you.

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    • Maggie Percy
      Maggie Percy says:

      While dowsing can be used to communicate with animals and others, it is not usually what we call ‘tangible target dowsing’, so it is not very useful in helping you become accurate. When you dowse things that cannot be proven right or wrong, that is ‘intangible target dowsing.’ We and other experts suggest that dowsers restrict their intangible target dowsing to 20% or less of their dowsing, because you cannot learn or grow when doing intangible target dowsing. It can be fun; it can even be useful. But it won’t teach you, because you don’t get real feedback about your accuracy. It can be frustrating, because you can’t be sure of any answer you get.

      I personally don’t think it is wise to spend a lot of time in communication with beings not on earth. Humans don’t in general belong on earth after they die. On rare occasions, one might linger to be a helper for a while, and maybe that is what your grandmother is doing. We have also seen rare occasions of humans not leaving until they pass on a message, which you could try to decipher using dowsing. In the long run, however, once a human passes, it is best for the spirit to leave the earth plane and move on. I wouldn’t encourage them to linger.

      I urge you to learn proper dowsing technique and start dowsing tangible targets. Our book “101 Amazing Things You Can Do With Dowsing” is free in ebook form and a good place to start. Good luck on expanding your dowsing.

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  3. Litza Meira Beers
    Litza Meira Beers says:

    I am choking about this information. Well, I did one readying it came out “No”, I just found out that what happened was the night after I used Flower, my Pendulum, the other is Hope, which I am using for missing persons. Now, I am freak out if I sent the Police the wrong information. However, I did rechecked the question three or more times the answers where the same. My Pendulum I got it in San Diego, California while on vacation, I felt so connected to it that I broke my budget to get Flower 🌸, she is with me a lot, so I’d HOPE, which I got from Wish an application that sells products with decent prices.
    I loved both Flower and Hope, the other is constellation for my boyfriend and his Chakras .
    I did watching few videos related to Pendulum, how to clean and used.
    No one never said I have to reading a book, for me it isn’t a problem,
    Thank you, for this information.
    Sincerely,
    Litza
    P:S: At least I was honest when I sent the videos, I told I didn’t know how accurate it was. The information was as take it or leave it. But I don’t wanted be personally involved.
    God blessed you all.

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    • Maggie Percy
      Maggie Percy says:

      Hi, Litza,
      I think it is natural when first pendulum dowsing to accumulate different pendulums and use them for different purposes. I did the same. Most people are taught to dowse with a pendulum, although we think it is wiser to teach deviceless methods first, so people don’t become to entranced with the tool and think it is giving them the answers.

      It is definitely necessary to get training in dowsing if one wants to become proficient. Only a rare person, a prodigy, can dowse well without training and practice, and most of us are normal folks.

      We urge you to learn proper dowsing technique and do at least 80% of your dowsing on tangible targets, meaning that you stand a chance of seeing if your answers are correct or not at some point. Also, we urge you to check out our posts and book on dowsing ethics. It is important to use the power of dowsing with respect and with permission. Just having good intentions is not enough, as you can overstep boundaries, which leads to karmic consequences.

      This site has tons of free information that will help you see good technique and the many applications of dowsing. Happy Dowsing!

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      • Litza
        Litza says:

        Well, actually gave the Pendulum a break, also analyze what I had done wrong. I founded out I can overload the Pendulum with question. I been using one of my Pendulum to help with missing children/persons, so I was asking too many questions and reading more than two missing persons. So, I worked on it, I told the Pendulum that I loved her very much, and we are working with Lost Soul and if she wants to continue doing these type of reading she says yes. Then I asked if she need cleaning and charging,indeed the Pendulum some time saying yes; then I asking for how long she wants in peace. My first Pendulum, Flower, using to helping me with the missing children. However, I been watching a show about Ashley Freeman and Ashley Bible, I asking Flower who took the girls? She said “EVIL”. Then when I asking if she wants to continue she said “NO”. Since then she doesn’t wanted to working with the missing person. So, I focus her to working on me, in my meditation, Chakras she was sooo happy. She was loudly.
        Now I got two more Pendulums, and now I know I need to programmed them.
        Thank you o

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        • Maggie Percy
          Maggie Percy says:

          You are making the pendulum into a being and treating it as if the pendulum is what has the power to give you answers. You are projecting your own sense of overwhelm onto an inanimate object. This could not happen if you did as we suggest and learned to dowse first without a tool. Deviceless dowsing is more natural and helps you avoid all the misconceptions that come from a Harry Potter approach to dowsing. Dowsing is not magic, and a pendulum is not giving you the answer. It is a crutch to help newbies “see” their answer. That’s all.

          It is distressing to see you turn your pendulum into some kind of ‘person’ when that is not what dowsing is about.

          It is also very disturbing to see you dowsing without an understanding of the need for permission. If the missing person’s parents ask you to dowse location, do so, but only if you are an expert lost person dowser. Dowsing for lost objects and people leave all kinds of false thought form trails that confuse the situation for subsequent searchers. This is one reason lost treasure is so hard to find, because the person who hid it laid a trail of thought forms to hide it. Dowsing is unable in many cases to tell the difference between a false trail, a real trail and a thought form trail left by a searcher who went the wrong way with great hope of finding the lost person/treasure.

          Bottom line, for all who read this:
          1. You don’t need a tool to dowse
          2. The tool is not giving you the answers; they come from within you
          3. It is important to use ethical practices (see our book “Dowsing Ethics”)
          4. The only type of pendulum that requires ‘cleaning’ is a crystal pendulum, because crystals of some types require cleaning regularly. The pendulum does not in itself require cleaning.
          5. Programming a pendulum can be a useful tool, but it appears you are using the term in a way that is totally different from how we use it. I believe we do discuss programming a pendulum in some articles, but it is not necessary at all for you as a beginning dowser. Programming refers to intending to have a particular pendulum response equal ‘yes’ or ‘no’, and also for sort of ‘memorizing’ long questions in advance so you can then use a shorthand version later to ask them.

          I hope all newbies will understand that dowsing is in a sense a magical sort of activity, but it isn’t magic. It’s an amazing natural skill you can learn to use, but as a skill, it means it takes practice and proper technique, so you need to apply yourself to learning it. Our course is a big help. See the menu for the page with details.

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    • Maggie Percy
      Maggie Percy says:

      This is an excellent question that does not have a simple or easy answer. Detachment is vital to accurate dowsing when you get to intermediate and advanced levels, because there especially, you tend to have an attachment to getting a particular answer. Health dowsing, for example, can be hard to do, because you are afraid of a ‘bad’ answer or an answer that means you need to see a doctor or spend money you do not have. Of course, the same is true if you are dowsing about a job that is really stressing you out or a relationship that is very toxic. You may be afraid to hear an answer, even one you know is right.

      It is natural to have this happen. All dowsers, if they hope to master dowsing, must learn detachment. It is impossible to teach detachment in a short article, and I have never seen anyone learn detachment in one go. You must commit and practice it. Use the search box on this site to find ‘detachment’ in articles and read them. Feel free to ask questions. Getting our course is the best way to learn proper dowsing technique, and detachment is a big part of that.

      For now, you need to learn to be aware of when you want a particular answer. Self-awareness is not that common, and it’s an important part of dowsing mastery. Knowing what you are afraid of, that you are afraid, that you are desiring a certain answer, is the first step in learning detachment. Then you have to learn to accept that knowing the true answer, whatever it is, is of benefit to you. Here’s a scary example: knowing your job or marriage is highly toxic and you need to make radical changes might not be what you want to hear, but once you know that, you can either choose to do something or not. You are not forced to take action, but knowing what is best for you is a good thing and allows you to then take the next step and the next step. The same is true with health–knowing you have a certain imbalance in your body might be scary, but once you know, you can take steps to heal it. Facing and releasing fear is a huge part of detachment. There are many steps to doing this, and it takes practice and time.

      One thing is to become aware of the use of fear by the media and detach yourself from news and drama and sensationalism of all kinds. Anything that manipulates you into being angry or afraid is counterproductive in life and very harmful to detachment. If you really want to master detachment, get our course, because we can continue to support you as you go through the lessons.

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  4. Bette
    Bette says:

    Been wanting a mobile home but pendulum said no, it said I would buy a house. I asked where I would get $. It said lottery. I asked, this week, this day. It was wrong and I was so disappointed. I felt it lied to me. I said, did you lie to me, it said no. I don’t feel I can trust it now.

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    • Maggie Percy
      Maggie Percy says:

      Don’t feel bad! What you have experienced is very common among new dowsers, and it can make you give up on dowsing, which is a real shame. Because you’ve been misled to think something that isn’t true. You can discover the truth for free on our site. We have many wonderful videos and articles, plus presentations that will put you on the right path for free. But let me address the misconceptions that have led you astray, because they are very common, and everyone needs to learn about them.

      Misconception #1: Dowsing is like a ouija board. Just ask a question and get a correct answer. The truth is that dowsing is a natural skill anyone can learn, but you must use proper technique if you want correct answers. We teach proper technique, which is pretty straightforward, in our Discovering Dowsing Course. Anyone can learn it, but without it, you won’t get correct answers. Anyone CAN learn to dowse, but it’s not a psychic gift or magic wand. It’s a natural skill, and you need to learn a few simple techniques to make it pay.

      Misconception #2: The tool gives you answers. Wrong. The tool is just a way of amplifying your body’s response to the question so you can see it more easily. If you are using proper technique, a tool is like training wheels on a bike: a crutch that helps you learn to recognize what your intuition is telling you during the dowsing process. There is no magic in the tool, and it is NOT getting the answers. You don’t need a tool to dowse. We prefer to teach people to dowse without a tool, so they avoid this misconception. Register on our home page to get video trainings in three deviceless techniques for free. Dowsing is NOT channeling. You are looking within for the answers, not to the tool or some advanced Being.

      Misconception #3: Dowsing is a way to bypass rational thought. Some people want to dowse what their partner is thinking or feeling, or they want to use dowsing to ask about the future, as if they have no control over what they experience in life. Future dowsing is usually based on fear, and as such, usually wrong. Future dowsing is usually done when people are afraid of what’s going to happen, as if they cannot control outcomes, and they want reassurance that everything will be fine. When you dowse about the future that way, especially without proper technique and detachment, you always get reassurance, and it’s usually wrong. Future dowsing is risky, even for those who know proper technique and can be detached, because it’s usually done from fear. We advise you not to dowse the future and never dowse when fearful. But most of all, don’t approach dowsing like it’s a pschic peek into a future you cannot control. You can create your reality by focusing on what you want to create and using the Law of Attraction in the right way. Dowsing can help you when you have a choice to make that the brain cannot make well. Don’t use dowsing in place of proper communication. Don’t use dowsing instead of Google. You have a powerful rational mind. Use dowsing when it cannot help you, when you are creating a life experience and can’t figure out rationally what to do. Intuition and the rational mind are both powerful when used appropriately with skill. You spent years in school learning how to use your brain. Invest a bit of time learning to use your intuition and learning when it is appropriate to use either.

      This site has a ton of resources to help you. All for free. When you decide you want to learn the skill of dowsing, get our course. It’s the best, most comprehensive and best-priced on the internet. Plus we answer any questions you have about the course material and how to apply it. We think the world would be a happier place if everyone learned to dowse, and we hope you’ll join us and spread the word.

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  5. Cynthia M Johnson
    Cynthia M Johnson says:

    I have a question. This last weekend I doused to find out if my boyfriend was going to come home from London. I doused to find out if he bought a plane ticket and it said he did on Saturday. I checked other days and it came up negative. Said he was going to be on a plane on Sunday and that I would meet him on Monday at the airport. The kicker is that we planned to meet at O’Hare but the pendulum said it was going to be at Milwaukee. I told him that maybe he should try Madison or Milwaukee for a lower airfare. I feel like my dowsing was accurate but is it was going to happen but didn’t because of weather delays? The nation was going through a lot of storms this last weekend.

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    • Maggie Percy
      Maggie Percy says:

      This is a great opportunity for me to address two things about dowsing that can lead to false answers.

      #1: Future dowsing is really a crap shoot. When dowsing the future, it is very hard to get consistently accurate answers. Most of the time, future dowsing is not done in a detached way, and that also is a problem. We discourage people from using dowsing as a divining method for those reasons. The only future dowsing I think is somewhat easier is when you form a question about how you’d feel about a choice in X days/months/years if you make a certain choice today. But even that can be dicey. So I wouldn’t dowse when or if someone is going to travel. I’d ask them.

      #2: Don’t dowse about things you can find out in other ways. Dowsing is not meant as a substitute for doing research or talking to someone. When you use dowsing to bypass or shortcut things like doing research online or communicating with a difficult person about a tough subject, you tend to get wrong answers. Dowsing is meant to be used for things you cannot answer rationally or through rational means. If you want to find the best price on a flight, that needs to be done online. If you research that way and then have a choice of days, and weather is a potential issue, it’s fine to dowse which flight is best for your goals. If you have already planned an itinerary, after the fact is not the time to second guess or dowse it. Before you buy the tickets is the right time. If you are wondering if the weather which has recently developed is going to affect his flight, you can use dowsing for that, but be careful about how you word the question. And that is also future dowsing…

      So try to avoid using dowsing for anything that can be done in normal ways, and try to avoid future dowsing. Both tend to lead to incorrect answers.

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      • Cynthia M Johnson
        Cynthia M Johnson says:

        Maggie,

        Two comments: The answers that I got were consistent over several days (never changed at all) and 2. He disconnected his phone bc he was going to return to the United States within days and so I am unable to contact him right now, unless he contacts me by email which was difficult bc he was in Manchester and his internet connection was unreliable at best. My answers were always consistent just not what I expected. I hope this clarifies my question which is could a dousing answer change on the basis of weather or something like that, the terrible storms at the airports on the east coast which I did not know about. I don’t watch the news anymore bc it’s depressing

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        • Maggie Percy
          Maggie Percy says:

          I don’t blame you for not watching the news. I don’t, either.

          This is still future dowsing, or divining the future, and that is a tricky proposition. You could call that dowsing application a specialty, and each dowsing specialty has its own pitfalls. With future dowsing, your concept of time is one of the challenges. Time is not what we think it is. It’s not linear. So when dowsing the future, you are acting like time is linear, when it is not. Your viewpoint can affect your answers. Your beliefs will affect your ability to be accurate on future dowsing.

          If you can get past the pitfalls, you can get correct answers if you ask a good dowsing question. If your question is clear and specific, I wouldn’t expect it to change for any reason. However, if you aren’t asking a complete question, for example, you don’t clearly state the time element, or if you change your question, the answer may change. Or if your level of detachment changes. So no, I don’t think you should get different answers to the same question even for future dowsing, if the question is accurate and complete and if you are able to dowse in a detached manner.

          I suggest you form a question with who, what, where, when, how and why and write it down when you feel it’s a good one. Then record your answer. Usually, it does NOT pay to ask the same question over and over. Try to do it right once and leave it at that. I always tell people not to dowse if they have any attachment to being ‘right’. That applies here.

          This is not an ideal situation in which to depend on dowsing. It sounds like a wrong answer could be costly in a number of ways. This will make detachment impossible, thus the temptation to dowse again and again. I would not advise anyone but the most veteran dowsers to rely on dowsing as their only tool in this situation. You’re probably better off having him call you when he lands and then go to wherever he is, rather than trying to use future dowsing to predict time and place of landing. Or bite the bullet and have him get a cab somewhere halfway to you.

          I wouldn’t jump in on the deep end like this if I were you, and my experience is that future dowsing is hard even for the best dowsers. But if you dowse, dowse one time, make sure your question is complete and you are detached. If you can’t achieve that, prepare to be wrong, but don’t be upset with yourself, because this is a very advanced situation and probably beyond most dowsers’ level of competence.

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  6. Michelle
    Michelle says:

    Good morning. So, I’m confused, annoyed and frustrated. I have been practicing with my amethyst pendulum. I always start with questions I know the answers to and the pendulum is spot on. But when it comes to questions I don’t know the answers to, it gets confusing. I have applied for a job overseas. I have asked pendulum very specific questions, with regards to this job (will I get an interview? Will it be this month etc? The answer I got was yes and it would be this month. I felt really confident about the answer and I reached out to the company I applied to. I got an answer stating they weren’t even looking at applications until after Christmas. Why am I getting accurate answers to things I know, but getting the opposite to things I don’t know. I have been feeling so confident about the answers I was getting, and little signs here and there pointing to this job. I have even tried writing statements on paper and moving the pendulum over them. That just turned into a confusing mess! Help!!

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    • Maggie Percy
      Maggie Percy says:

      It’s wonderful that you are using dowsing in such a meaningful way! It is true that you can use dowsing to help guide you in career choices. Don’t get frustrated. If you do a few things to improve your technique, you will find it more fun and more rewarding to dowse.

      Career choices can really be helped by dowsing, but you need to be able to be detached, ask a very good question, get into a dowsing state and allow the answer to come through. Keeping a dowsing journal is very helpful during any serious dowsing project, as you can improve your technique by going back and examining ‘what went wrong’ and try to improve your technique, and thus, your accuracy. I have found a journal very helpful in learning to make better questions. You CAN master dowsing, but it’s a skill, not a psychic power. Take a deep breath, relax and enjoy the journey.

      Don’t use dowsing for anything you can do rationally, such as asking the company directly. Avoid future dowsing unless you are skilled at that specialty, as your emotional attachment will mess up accuracy. I suggest you make a list of your career goals and then start dowsing about the value to you of a particular job based on those goals. Use a scale of 0-10 to give yourself more information, and apply for more than one job so you can see differences. Our course helps with these techniques. Finally, try to tune into your intuition in general and put aside prejudices, fear and wishes. Your intuition will guide you even if you don’t dowse, but you have to set aside fear and bias to hear your Inner Voice.

      You’ve made a big step by choosing to use dowsing to help you make good choices that will lead to happiness. Empowerment takes time, so be patient and persistent. We’re here to help.

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      • michelle
        michelle says:

        Thank you for responding. How do I improve my technique? I’ve read a lot of different articles about dousing. Of course each website seems to have their own technique…..which can be confusing.

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        • Maggie Percy
          Maggie Percy says:

          The fact that you ask this question shows you have made a commitment to learn to dowse well, and that is a huge step towards mastery. Too often, people give up if they don’t get the right answer all the time, and that’s a shame. Dowsing is simply a skill, and you can learn to do it well.

          If you get our Discovering Dowsing course, we will be here to answer any questions you have about the content and how to apply what you have learned. You can see a link in the menu above that will give you details.

          Using dowsing to make major life choices is great, and we’d love to help you gain the skill and confidence needed so you can use dowsing in more areas of your life.

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  7. Michelle
    Michelle says:

    Here’s another question. Some sites say that pendulum dictates which way it moves for yes/no questions……others say don’t do that, that I need to dictate which way it moves. What way is right?

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    • Maggie Percy
      Maggie Percy says:

      This is a common question, and a good one. Technically, both are right.

      You can dictate (called programming) what you want your yes and no to be and then test it with your known questions.

      The alternative is just ask your questions and observe what yes and no are. Either way works, but programming is usually faster.

      I feel it is unfortunate that so much emphasis is put on a tool and on yes/no responses, as if that’s all dowsing is. It’s really cool to access that ability, but it isn’t the sum total of how to dowse. You don’t need a tool to dowse, but you do need to follow certain steps and do them right. Dowsing is fairly straightforward, but it is a skill and requires good technique.

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