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A Mini-Course in Pendulum Dowsing

A Mini-Course in Pendulum Dowsing

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19/06/2010 18:29A Mini-Course in Pendulum DowsingPage 1 of 30http://www.lettertorobin.org/RBN_html/RBN_10_4_English.html
- LETTER TO ROBIN -
 
A Mini-Course in Pendulum Dowsingby Walt Woods
10th RevisionMarch 2001RBN 10.4Copies may be purchased fromThe American Society of Dowsers Bookstore430 Railroad St. Ste. #1St. Johnsbury, Vermont 05819Phone(802) 748-85651-(800) 711-9497Web Site - http://www.dowsers.org © Walter Woods. March 2001, RBN 10, may be copied in part or whole for personal use, for friends orclubs. It may not be copied for used in, or as, a for-profit sale item without written permission from theauthor.RBN 10.4 First Edition 1990, revisions 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 98, 01MANY THANKS
 
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To my loving wife Joyce for herinfinite patience and excellentspelling ability. To Angela, Boyd,Carmen, Cynthia, Jeanne,Joline, Linda, Nicolas,Robin and Tony for their editingsuggestions. And to the manydowsers who shared their wisdom,ideas, experiences and understandingto help make this booklet possible.Published by: The Print Shoppe, P.O. Box 5692, Oroville, CA 95966 - (916) 533-1111
Table Of Contents
Robin's Questions...................................Page 1What is Dowsing..........................................1The Dowsing Tools........................................1
Learning to Dowse
........................................2Ten Suggested Steps....................................2-6Time and Place...........................................2Getting Started - First Six Steps........................2Basic Dowsing Chart......................................3Half Way.................................................3
Programing Your Dowsing System 
...........................4Definition..........................................4Purpose.............................................4Three Steps.........................................4Installing the Primary Program...................4, 5Adding or Changing Programs......................4, 5Final Check......................................4, 5 More Advanced Dowsing Chart.........................5About Your Pre-Programing...........................6
 When to Trust Your Dowsing
...............................6
The Dowsing Question
.....................................7The Question........................................7Three Rules.........................................7Developing the Dowsing Question.....................8The Question Test...................................8
For Best Dowsing Results
.................................8Ten Suggested Do's and Don'ts When Dowsing...............9Diagnosing Caution.......................................9Some Basic Dowsing Tools.............................10,11Some Suggested Programs..............................12,13How Does Dowsing Work?...............................14,15Overview of Interesting Areas to Dowse..................16Suggested Steps in Dowsing the Interesting Areas.....16,17
100+ Interesting Areas to Dowse.........................
18Multipurpose Dowsing Chart..............................19Directions for Multipurpose Dowsing Chart...............20Suggestions for Using Letter To Robin...................21 Additional Dowsing Charts - Inside Back CoverRBN 10.4 By Walt Woods
 
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FOREWORDWHY
: Robin was having the same problems that many beginning dowsers have, trouble with accuracyand repeatability. She wisely wrote to the American Society of Dowsers asking for help. The Society senther the names of ten Dowsers and I was privileged to be one of them. Robin sent a letter to each one andreceived informative letters from all of us. I had recognized the need for a booklet of this type for sometime, but it was this letter that inspired me to start developing it. In an effort to make the booklet as clearas possible and with the suggestions from many dowsers, it is now in its tenth revision.
SOURCE OF INFORMATION
: Over a period of ten years, starting in 1980, 1 had developed a"Multipurpose Dowsing Form" and its accompanying booklet. This dowsing system started as one pageand eventually grew through twenty-six revisions to eight pages. The revisions were given away at manydowsing meetings. As a result, I received information and suggestions from many dowsers. Thisstimulated new revisions. Eventually, the Multipurpose Dowsing System became so in-depth thatbeginning dowsers had trouble understanding it. It was then that I realized the need for a simple, easy tounderstand, how to learn to dowse booklet. This booklet needed to include instructions for using thependulum, programing or establishing parameters and conditions for your dowsing, and how to ask thedowsing questions. Even though dowsers successfully use many different devices and many differentmethods, there appeared to be an underlying basic system at work. This letter to Robin is based on myperception of the principles, knowledge and understanding of many dowsers. Please note that skilleddowsers usually specialize and may add many refinements to their basic systems.
FOR WHOM
: This Mini-Course in Pendulum Dowsing was designed as a learning tool for beginners. Itcould be used for a class or for discussion by experienced dowsers for it contains bits of information thateven the most skilled dowsers may appreciate.
HOW TO USE
: You can easily familiarize yourself with the whole booklet in twenty to thirty minutesand this is a good way to start. The beginner should return to page 2 and take one step at a time. Eachstep is explained in simple, easy to understand terms. You will be surprised how quickly you can learn todowse.
NOTE
: A word of warning: See middle of page 6 and all of page 9, particularly #7, before you try someareas. Go slowly, be careful, work with experienced dowsers when it involves other people or theirmoney. In time and with practice, you will. be come an accomplished dowser and be very helpful toyourself and to others.
Letter to Robin Page 1LETTER TO ROBINA Mini-Course in Pendulum Dowsing
I received a thoughtful letter from "Robin" asking some very interesting questions about dowsing. Thefollowing is a reconstruction of my reply.
Dear Robin, 
First, thank you for your letter of inquiry. You have raised some very interesting questions. I will attemptto answer them as best I can. You stated that your dowsing wasn't working very well, and didn't feel youcould trust it. You were curious if one dowsing tool was better than another. You asked if I could giveyou some ideas on how to improve your dowsing. You, also, said that you had heard that the wording of 

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