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Title Devon Dowsers
Venue Red Lion Hotel, East Street, Chulmleigh, EX18 7DD
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Contribution Non members and guests - Three pounds.
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Web www.devondowsers.org.uk
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14-05-17 Advanced Dowsing Workshop
  Facilitator: David Lockwood
  Venue Trewen, details to follow
   
09-05-17 Devons Sacred Wood
  Speaker: Terry Faull
  Certain landscapes are often thought of as special and perhaps sacred sites. Places such as Avebury, Stonehenge, Glastonbury, Carnac and the figures drawn in the deserts of Peru are examples which come to mind. Less celebrated is the sacred site in mid-Devon. In this illustrated lecture Terry will outline why some people believe that the landscape around us once formed part of a pre-Christian spiritual complex
   
11-04-17 Dowsing for Health
  Speaker: Mandy Bennett
  What is health? It is not just the absence of illness or disease, but wellbeing of mind, body, and spirit. Dowsing is a great way of identifying issues and factors which may be adversely affecting health. From environmental factors such as food and drink and Geopathic stress, to the sometimes surprising root causes of health problems. Mandy will outline some of the major things that can impact health, and how to dowse for which of these are most affecting you, and potential remedies or treatments. This will be a practical session where you will have the opportunity to dowse, so please bring your pendulums or rods
   
14-03-17 Dowsing Flower Essences
  Speakers: Andrew Tressider & Cathy Talk
  Dr Andrew Tresidder is a Somerset-based GP with a keen interest in integrated medicine and over 20 years experience of using flower essences. He will be talking to us about 'Flower Essences for Personal Development'. He will introduce flower essences as tools to support us in our personal growth some of which is unlearning limitation! Come prepared to make up a personal bottle from any of the Bach, Australian Bush, Indigo, Spirit in Nature and other flower essences. Basic dowsing i.e. the ability to get a yes/no response is required in order to determine which essences to select, so please bring your pendulum or rods
   
14-02-17 Applying Intiution to Every Aspect of Life
  Speakers: Nigel Twinn and Christopher Strong
  Few people have such a comprehensive and insightful view of life - let alone dowsing - as Christopher Strong. To many, he will be known for his courses about finding lost objects, yet this is just one pixel in the holistic hologram that became the wonderful journey of both Christopher and his late wife, Veronika. In his book The Autobiography of a Sceptical Dowser, he relates a multitude of stories and anecdotes, many of which would be laughably bizarre, were it not for the fact that they have been his personal, practical, everyday experience. During this presentation, I am sure we will hear alternative versions of some of these cameos, together with others that we had to leave on the cutting room floor
   
10-01-17 Geopathic Stress in the Home and in the Landscape
  Speaker: John Moss
  John has been a dowser for about 20 years and is a Registered Practitioner and Tutor for The British Society of Dowsers. John was also Director of the BSD for 9 years. He and his wife Jill now live in West Cornwall where they run the local dowsing group, Trencrom Dowsers. They work on dowsing jobs together, specialising in geopathic and technopathic stress problems and run a regular programme of dowsing workshops, tours and visits to ancient sites
   
13-12-16 Devon Dowsers Christmas Dinner
  Group Event
   
22-11-16 AGM
  Group Event
   
08-11-16 Stolen Images - Pagan Symbolism and Christianity
  Speaker: Peter Knight
  An illustrated talk telling the story of how symbols and myths from Egypt, Rome, Greece, Mesopotamia and elsewhere became absorbed into Christian iconography, and the hidden symbolism of stained glass windows etc. Also how symbols possess energy and power in themselves.
   
 
   

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