Dowsing & Geobiology
This page is a great introduction to dowsing & geobiology. You can also use the information as a guide to getting started with dowsing. This ancient practice can be used to help identify and alleviate areas of negative earth energy. These energies can interfere with many aspects of your life including: health, personal and business relationships, and finances (to name a few).
What is dowsing?
Dowsing, a common practice in many cultures, is an art that dates back thousands of years. It interfaces the earth’s energies with our own energy, and can be thought of as our intuition communicating with us through the dowsing tools. It’s as simple as asking a clear question with a clear intention, and watching the dowsing instrument for an answer. It is fairly common in the U.S. to use a dowser to locate water or other underground lines, as well as oil. However, it is less-common knowledge that people actually use this ancient art in different ways.
To understand dowsing, you must understand the history of humans’ relationship with the earth’s energies.
Ancient people knew how to identify areas of positive energy because they were more in tune with the energies around them. They chose to build churches, cathedrals, and castles in these areas, and considered these sites sacred since they were built around positive energy.
They also knew how to detect areas of negative energies, which we now refer to as Geopathic Stress Zones. These zones can be man-made, like interference zones, or naturally occurring, such as negative vortexes. All of which are harmful to many living things, including humans. Often, these areas are near, around, or above earthquake faults, fissures, underground streams, natural gases, and underground mineral deposits. If you want to see visible indicators of Geopathic Stress Zones in your environment look for: trees that don’t grow straight, cracks in the pavement or house walls, or for anthills since ants tend to gather over these zones.
A century ago, (thanks to small mobile populations and abundant land), people could easily avoid Geopathic Stress Zones and the Hartmann Grid. The Hartmann Grid is a man-made energy grid that occurs where there are many sources of electricity and is also harmful to living things. However, during the past 100 years, these negative areas have increased exponentially. This may be due to the electrification of the world in addition to other man-made developments including: landfills, gas lines, cell phone towers, smart meters, power plants, and much more. All of these are linked to naturally-occurring energy lines, grids, and fields.
So how does dowsing tie into all of that?
It was Slim Spurling’s genius to find an effective and inexpensive way to use dowsing to detect and block toxic energies caused by Geopathic Stress Zones and the Hartmann Grid. His techniques can be applied to eliminate health issues like stress and anxiety, physical and emotional discomforts, chronic fatigue, as well as problems such as unstable relationships, dire financial situations, failing business, and much more.
If you’re interested in learning more about dowsing, we suggest you begin with:
- Slim Spurling’s Geobiology & Dowsing DVD, to provide you with the basics and purchase several pairs of dowsing rods to get started right away.
- Attend one of our workshops led by Slim Spurling’s wife, Katharina Spurling-Kaffl, who is continuing his legacy by teaching about the life-changing effects of dowsing and the applications of the Light-Life Tools. These workshops are offered in various locations. Please sign up for our Newsletter to be informed of our next workshop.
Once you have identified the Geopathic Stress Zones and the Hartmann Grid you can also use some of the Light-Life Tools to remedy the issues while bringing harmony and healing to yourself and others, to the earth, and to animals and plants.
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