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dowsing

[′dau̇z·iŋ]
(mining engineering)
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She said: "I'm not a big believer in stuff like dowsing, but now I am because I found Molly through Brian's methods.
Basically, I think Choirs of the Eye perfectly embodies what I had always wanted to express in that sort of astral, mystical, higher-self argot that I have always been talking about, so with Dowsing Anemone it was time to start working with a new one.
The experiment was designed to investigate how dowsing rods move with changes in electrical conductivity.
The key to successful dowsing is to create and focus attention on a clearly worded question from the conscious mind and for the subconscious mind/body to answer using a simple tool to indicate a yes or no answer to the specific question.
But intrigued by the challenge, he returned to Edinburgh and tried dowsing for himself.
When dowsing for the future it will most likely be based on the information available today.
Merging my own passion for nature and John's expertise we have put together a day's course called Dowsing in the Garden.
THE art of dowsing will be explained during a special evening walk being organised by a Warwickshire healer.
Then starting from the bottom line of foam/where waves break and de-escalate,/falling risers flattening to a comb,//you zigzag slowly up the sand,/clutching a plastic scoop with built-in sieve,/metal detector dowsing and//waved over stog and little like a fan.
I have been measuring frequencies by dowsing for the past 20 years.
Dowsing has been used through the centuries to find diamonds, water and even missing people.
SEARCHING for water with a forked stick is the traditional image of dowsing - but there is more to this ancient skill than meets the eye.