WHAT: The Spring Conference of the Southern Dowsers, hosted by the Appalachian Chapter of the American Society of Dowsers, featuring national speakers and classes on all levels from entry to expert
WHEN: Thursday, March 19-Sunday, March 22
WHERE: Kanuga Conference Center, Hendersonville
WHY: “Dowsing dates back to the earliest times. The Tassili Caves in the Atlas Mountains have an 8,000-year-old wall mural of a dowser with a forked stick,” says Brian Crissy, Appalachian Chapter vice president. “The Pharoahs 4,000 years ago and Chinese emperors 2,500 years ago used dowsing.”
The rods that many associate with dowsing are often used, but not always, says Crissy — the “subtle energy flows” demonstrated via such rods, pendula and bobbers can also be detected solely through inner feelings and visualization.
“There is a high-vibrational energy everywhere that dowsing can detect and affect,” he continues. “It is probably what Werner Heisenberg encountered when he concluded in 1927 that human awareness affects reality. Conventional science has oddly chosen not to study it, but this subtle energy is very real and important and affects us in many ways,” he explains.
This esoteric technology can be used for many purposes: from locating water, divination, enhancing one’s natural abilities and more. The underlying principle is that from intention and imagination, physicial reality manifests.
“Carl Sagan once said, ‘Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic,” says Crissy.
So what can attendees hope to gain from the conference? “We all know the Earth is in trouble, but this conference offers a promising way forward: Use proven dowsing tools and skills to influence our cocreated reality so as to build a peaceful, cooperative, sustainable world that we all want to hand on to our grandchildren.”
For more information visit appalachiandowsers.com