Radiesthesia I ebook
Radiesthesia I ebook is the first pamphlet (50 or so pages) in a series. Designed with the beginner or those needing a refresher course in mind. Method, exercises, tips and information unpublished to date make this manual an essential companion on the serious dowser’s journey.
An easy “barefoot” way to determine if something (food, drink, person, object, situation) is beneficial or not for you or others, there is very little that cannot be determined using a pendulum. Although becoming confident in its use and understanding the practice require some work, almost everyone can become proficient in its use.
This is an introduction to a universe that opens to those who accept intuition as being a valid reality for decisive action.
The focus is on the practical aspects of how to use a pendulum, the technique of working with special emphasis on the necessary stages and the required state of mind.
Conventions and method
The state of mind
How it works and the 4 stages
Home truths about pendulums
PDF file format with illustrations of techniques.
A different angle on the ancient sci-art (scientific art). By combining the intellectual capacity – essential to formulate the questions and define the dimension, and the intuitive heart – the real seat of thinking in Chinese medicine, the author leads the reader through the first of his manuals in the Radiesthesia series in a gentle and simple manner so as to achieve confidence and accuracy.
How to find the answers to all those questions in all confidence: Is this the right job for me? – Should I continue in this relationship? – Is the timing right to buy this stock? – Where are my keys? and more…
Price: $9.93, postage in addition.
Also available from this site as an ebook for 5.99 USD.
Christopher Freeland –
Over the last forty years of radiesthesia there are a number of books that I have read on the subject but nearly all of them go in to your polarity way to phrase the question, never let anyone else touch your pendulum etc etc. Most of them say to keep repeating the question over and over to cut out auto suggestion. But on reading your book I now realize the importance of not only thinking about the question you need to ask and the meditation that goes along with it, I wish I had known forty years ago when I first came in contact with it. Honestly from reading your book you have given me the answers that I have been seeking. Thank you so much for your wonderful writing. As Abbe Mermet said now little book find your way across many oceans. Once again thank you. Raymond MacCarthy, Melbourne