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Dowsing is a practice that involves using a device, such as a rod or a pendulum, to locate hidden or subtle energies. It can be used for various purposes, such as finding water, minerals, or lost objects. However, dowsing can also be used for self-transcendence, which is the process of going beyond the limits of one’s ego and experiencing a deeper connection with the universe. In this article, we will introduce dowsing and explain how to use it for self-transcendence.

What is dowsing?

Dowsing is a technique that claims to locate various objects and materials, such as water, metals, gemstones, oil, and even radiations or vibrations, by using a device that responds to the dowser’s movements. The device can be a forked twig, a pair of metal rods, a pendulum, or any other object that can move or twitch. Dowsers believe that they can sense the presence of the hidden object or material by observing the changes in their device. However, there is no scientific evidence that dowsing works better than chance, and it is considered a pseudoscience by most experts.

Dowsing has a long history of being used for various purposes, such as finding water sources, mining for ores, locating grave sites, and even detecting diseases or curses. Some of the earliest references to dowsing date back to ancient times, when it was regarded as a form of divination or magic. The practice was banned by the Catholic Church and some Protestant reformers as being superstitious or satanic. The first account of using a forked twig for finding water was in 1568 by St. Teresa of Spain, who considered it a miracle.

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Dowsing has been shown to work only in cases where the dowser already knows or guesses the location of the object or material, or where the object or material is so common that it can be found anywhere. For example, finding water in a wet area is not very impressive, nor is finding metal in an urban environment. Many controlled experiments have been conducted to test the validity of dowsing, and none have found any evidence of its effectiveness. Some of the factors that may influence the results of dowsing are the ideomotor effect (the unconscious movement of muscles), confirmation bias (the tendency to interpret data in favour of one’s beliefs), and wishful thinking (the desire to see what one expects).

Dowsing and self-transcendence

Many researchers have claimed that dowsing is not using any mystical process, but instead the dowsing device moves based on the dowsers sub-conscious thoughts. This makes it a potentially excellent tool for self-transcendence in so much as it can be used as a tool to help you connect to your sub-conscious and therefore self-introspection when other techniques have proven problematic. To quote one spiritual seeker:

“I had been struggling to connect to my sub-conscious self and had started using a pendulum and dowsing stick to get simple yes/no answers. I initially thought these answers were coming from “God”. After a few months of practice, I realized I was starting to get intuitive thoughts of yes/no in advance of using the dowsing technique. This simple yes/no thought gradually developed into clear thought based responses, so I started interacting with those thoughts. My first question was, “are you God?”, the response that came back was “No, I’m your 17-year-old self”. This was the beginning of the most enlightening inner dialogue I’d ever had, and it shows how these tools can help us tune in to our inner self by somehow strengthening our intuition and connection to the sub-conscious”

Benefits of dowsing for self-transcendence

Some of the benefits of using dowsing for self-transcendence are:

– It can help you access your intuition and inner wisdom
– It can enhance your awareness and perception of subtle energies
– It can facilitate your spiritual growth and development
– It can support your healing and wellbeing

How to use dowsing for self-transcendence

Dowsing is a powerful tool for accessing the hidden realms of our existence. It can help us find water, minerals, lost objects, and even answers to our questions. But dowsing can also be used for a higher purpose: self-transcendence.

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self-transcendence is the state of going beyond the limits of the ego and connecting with something greater than ourselves. It can be experienced as a sense of awe, wonder, joy, peace, love, or unity with all that is. self-transcendence can enhance our well-being, creativity, and spirituality.

How can we use dowsing for self-transcendence? One way is to practice transcendental dowsing, a form of dowsing that focuses on healing and transforming our inner and outer realities. Transcendental dowsing is based on the principle that everything is energy and that we can influence the energy fields around us with our intention and awareness.

To practice transcendental dowsing, you will need a pendulum and a chart. A pendulum is a weight attached to a string or chain that can swing freely in response to subtle vibrations. A chart is a diagram that shows different options or outcomes that you can dowse for. You can create your own chart or use a pre-made one.

The basic steps of transcendental dowsing are:

1. Set your intention. Decide what you want to dowse for, such as healing a physical or emotional issue, resolving a conflict, attracting a positive outcome, or expanding your consciousness.
2. Hold your pendulum over the chart and ask your question. For example, “What is the best way to heal my anxiety?” or “What is blocking me from experiencing self-transcendence?”
3. Observe the movement of your pendulum. It will swing towards one of the options on the chart, indicating the answer. For example, it may point to “meditation” or “forgiveness“.
4. Follow the guidance of your pendulum. Act on the answer you received, or use it as a starting point for further exploration. For example, if your pendulum pointed to “meditation”, you may want to practice meditation regularly or learn more about different types of meditation.
5. Repeat the process as needed. You can dowse for different aspects of your situation or goal until you feel satisfied or reach a state of self-transcendence.

Transcendental dowsing is not a magic bullet that will solve all your problems or make you enlightened overnight. It is a tool that can help you access your inner wisdom and align with the higher forces of the universe. It requires practice, patience, and openness to receive and act on the information you get.

By using dowsing for self-transcendence, you can tap into the infinite potential of your being and discover new dimensions of yourself and reality. You can also contribute to the collective evolution of humanity by raising your vibration and spreading positive energy to others.

Are you ready to try transcendental dowsing? Grab your pendulum and chart and start your journey today!

Further reading

If you are interested in learning how to use dowsing for self-transcendence, here are some weblinks that might be helpful:

The Art of Transcendental Dowsing: The Ultimate Tool For Self-Transformation by Cha~zay Sandhriel. This book is for the intermediate dowser who wants to embark on the ultimate path of inner healing and transformation. It teaches you how to use transcendental dowsing to tap into and adjust the fabric of the unseen realm of our material Universe.

What is self-transcendence? Definition and 6 Examples (+PDF) by Courtney E. Ackerman. This article explains what self-transcendence means, how it relates to Maslow‘s hierarchy of needs, and how it can be achieved through various practices, including dowsing.

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