Does One Dowser Have All the Answers? Group Dowsing for Multiple Perspectives
There is a story about six blind monks who meet an elephant on the road. Each one takes hold of the grand animal in a different spot and reports what s/he perceives. One grabs a tusk, another an ear, another the trunk, etc. Each report what they find. Is an elephant smooth and sharp; wide and flexible; thin and fuzzy, etc.? They are all correct. There is power and accuracy in each one’s unique perspective, yet none have the full picture.
Group dowsing can offer different perspectives while dowsing the same questions. We will focus on health concerns that people bring and ask for group participation in perceiving the range of people’s answers. Let us explore perceptions as the monks did for a more complete vision. Bring your dowsing tool.