Types of dowsing

    People need to know that dowsing is the sensitivity of radiation capture. In short, we capture by using certain tools such as the pendulum or rods, for example, the propagation of energy in the form of electromagnetic waves through an object, person, place, etc. With the help of this technique we can “discover” the energetic universe that surrounds us and that we cannot perceive through our limited sensory organs.

     Dowsing is a faculty possessed by all human beings that consists in giving birth to a conscious state that replaces the five common senses. It resembles a sixth sense through which we obtain revelations about the past, present and sometimes even future.

     Specialists in the field say that there are 3 types of dowsing, depending on whether the object of study is present or remote or whether it is performed directly on it or with the use of a form of printed material. These are:

  • Field dowsing. This type of dowsing is performed on the object of study, ie in the place or field where, for example, you want to look for water. Its role is to diagnose the energy state of a subject, lying on a stretcher, by exploring with a pendulum its energy centers or chakras, for example.
  • Desktop browsing. It is the way to perform dowsing research using checklists, graphics or printed images, with the current object of study. Diagnosis or redirection of energy is performed on the printed material at the same time as the contact is made with that person.
  • Remote sensing or remote dowsing. The difference between this dowsing and the others is that it is operated on: plans, maps or aerial photographs of the place under study. Likewise, when the person undergoing the dowsing session is out of physical contact with the dowser, he uses witnesses.

     In dowsing, a control is defined as a sample of what has been explored. Witnesses are divided into natural witnesses (hair samples, body fluids, nails, objects impregnated with the subject’s energy) and artificial or created (photos, paper with personal data).