Introduction to Dowsing
24th April 2020.
During the Coronavirus Pandemic there will be no meetings at the Newcastle Building Society however the Dowsing Group will continue as usual on the 4th Friday of every month, with Introduction to Dowsing Sessions being posted on the U3A Newcastle Website, under LEARN ONLINE - ESOTERICS. Anyone interested in joining this group should contact Catherine Stevenson when their name will be added to the list, to receive monthly e-mails. New Members will be offered advice on how to catch up with Introductory Dowsing Techniques, by watching U Tube Dowsing Videos and by practising Dowsing Exercises at home. New Members welcome, especially those who previously wanted to attend but could not manage the Friday meetings.
Name of group:Esotericism/ Introduction to Dowsing - for Beginners.
2020 Meetings: Fourth Friday of every month. 1 pm - 3 pm. Dates: 24th January, 28th February, 27th March, 24th April, 22nd May 26th June.
Purpose of group: Introductory Dowsing Training. We are learning about Dowsing Ethics, Practice and Personal Protection. The use of Dowsing Tools, including L-Rods and Pendulums and the various types of Dowsing, i.e. Device-less(without tools) Directional, Informational and Remote, using Intuition, Maps and Charts. (These are explained in the Group Hand-Out).
The sessions involve an Introduction to the work of the B.S.D. Special Interest Groups, which are; Dowsing for Water, Dowsing for Health, Dowsing for Archaeology, Dowsing Earth Energies and Dowsing Research. We discuss the findings of some of the country's top Dowsing Experts, using their Published Books and Articles from the B.S.D Magazine,"Dowsing Today".
We are viewing videos of Dowsing Practice, such as Dowsing for Drains and Cables, Dowsing for Gold/Silver, Dowsing for lost Objects, People, Pets, Dowsing for Health etc.
If anyone would like to join us please do so, it is easier than you think. Currently the meetings are indoors but when the weather improves there will possibly be the opportunity to Dowse out of doors too.
Where we meet: We meet in the 3rd floor Community Room, inside the Newcastle Building Society Shop, which is on the corner of Ridley Place and Northumberland Street, opposite the Haymarket Metro Station. The Community Room is light and airy with a central table and comfortable chairs. There is always a pot of fresh coffee/tea/water waiting for us and the staff are very helpful and friendly. Access to the room is by a lift. Toilets are on landing,next to the room.
Future topics will include looking at Ancient Sacred Sites, Earth Energy Lines, Health and Geopathic Stress in Houses and other related topics.
Cost: There is no cost for the Community Room and the coffee is provided free of charge by Newcastle Building Society.
All necessary materials are provided for the sessions however donations may be requested towards the cost of printing inks and paper if members wish to take Handouts home with them.
To join the group: Please contact me if you wish to know more about the group: u3a Office.