British Society of Dowsers Spring Symposium 2018
St. John's Campus, University of Worcester
Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 April 2018

Dear Friends,

Our popular event, consisting entirely of half-day practical workshops, is designed to provide opportunities for dowsers of levels of skill to increase their competence, extend their knowledge, broaden their horizons and have fun.  There will also be time to socialise and, for those who wish, to eat together on Saturday evening.

The full programme programme is available below or as a pdf.

Don’t delay and book your place here or download a booking form and workshop selection form.  (Please email the office if you would prefer to have either forms as a Word document).

Most of the workshop are available on either Saturday or Sunday, so there is no need to miss any of these exciting opportunities to learn, enhance and develop your dowsing!

Events - Spring Symposium - worcester

Saturday, 28 April, 2018

Registration from 9:30 – 10:00

10:00 Welcome, Isabel Holroyd, President

Saturday morning workshops 10:30 – 13:00 (11:30 – 12:00 – coffee and tea break)
Delegates can choose one workshop from these four options for the Saturday morning workshop session.

Mandy Bennett
Dowsing for Health

Health is subjective, dynamic, and has many aspects – not just the physical.  Dowsing can enable you to become more aware of your current state of health, and factors which may be having a negative impact upon it.
In this workshop we will look at dowsing different aspects of health, identifying priority issues to be addressed, and potential remedial actions or treatments.  We will also investigate the sometimes surprising causative factors behind health issues – environmental issues such as allergens, household products, Geopathic Stress; internal issues such as thought patterns, limiting beliefs, and stress; or Past life; or Soul issues.

Kelly Peacey
Crystals – nature’s answer to techno-stress

In our modern world we are now victims of a new hazard that is unseen and largely undetected.  In most homes are: wifi, cordless phones, smart meters, hub centres and a myriad of other electrical devices.  It is believed that the emissions from these pose a serious threat due to their elevated electric or magnetic radiation.  What can we do about it?
In this workshop with Kelly Peacey, we will explore how crystals may now offer an answer.  Crystals are formed within the body of earth holding a stable crystallised electromagnetic field in harmony with nature and earth.  They have long been used to shield and transmute energies and influences and now they are being shown to convert negatively charged ions and assist in grounding and earthing the human electromagnetic body.  Explore and experience for yourself the powerful effects of crystals.  Then dowse to confirm their effectiveness.

Fay Palmer & Colin Pope
Working with Magic Squares 

Magic Squares are represented as a type of mathematical entertainment but, when dowsed, they can spring into life.  Are they a relic of medieval alchemy or a potent universal form awaiting recognition?
Bring your rods and pendulums to this hands-on workshop led by Colin Pope and Fay Palmer.

Christopher Strong
Dowsing in Everyday Life 

How often do you dowse?   Do you make best use of your skill as a dowser to enhance every aspect of your daily life? 
Christopher Strong invites you to join him in a workshop to explore the benefits of dowsing some things you may not yet have considered – the best route and start time for a journey; what to wear to stand out or blend in at a social or business event; perfecting your holiday plans . . . the list is endless and Christopher hopes to inspire you to integrate dowsing, as he does, into your daily life.  He will also share with you his own method of dowsing with his eyes, enabling you to dowse quickly and unseen.

Lunch 13:00 – 14:00

Saturday afternoon workshops 14:15 – 16:45 (15:15 – 15:45 coffee and tea break)
Delegates can choose one workshop from these four options for the Saturday afternoon workshop session.

Guy Hudson
The link between Water, Earth Energy and Health Dowsing

Guy Hudson will lead a workshop explaining how he turned his water dowsing experience to finding geopathic stress.  By following Alan Hall, Kate Bachler, Von Pohl, Sam Milham and working with Roy Riggs, Guy worked out how to differentiate between the areas in underground streams that do or don’t geopathically affect humans.  He will show you how to dowse for the stress and then we will go out looking for some!
Please bring your favourite pendulums and L-rods.

Christopher Strong
Dowsing in Everyday Life 

How often do you dowse?   Do you make best use of your skill as a dowser to enhance every aspect of your daily life? 
Christopher Strong invites you to join him in a workshop to explore the benefits of dowsing some things you may not yet have considered – the best route and start time for a journey; what to wear to stand out or blend in at a social or business event; perfecting your holiday plans . . . the list is endless and Christopher hopes to inspire you to integrate dowsing, as he does, into your daily life.  He will also share with you his own method of dowsing with his eyes, enabling you to dowse quickly and unseen.

Graham Wayt & Tim Naylor
Expanding our Knowledge of Dowsing Science

Since recent publicity about dowsing gave rise to an increase in enquiries from water technologists, archaeologists, geologists, highway engineers and others all interested in industrial dowsing, Graham Wayt has been taking a closer look at existing methods of locating and identifying buried items.  Using Berber technology and rethinking the construction and composition of dowsing rods, he is working towards expanding our knowledge of dowsing science.

Graham will be working with Tim Naylor and they invite you to join them in a series of experiments in which they hope to test the dowsing reactions of both male and female dowsers to a wide range of items including pyrite, copper slag, coal, geodes, pure alloys, various plastics and more.  You will have the opportunity to test the properties of Graham’s intensely responsive new rods which have non-magnetic iron powder at their core and to take part in field trials of long range dowsing techniques over underground services and voids deep within the ground.

The results of these experiments will go towards the creation of a much needed guide to industrial dowsing.

Fay Palmer & Jeremy Jones
Experimenting with Revitalised Water

Water is essential for life, but the quality of the water you consume, or even have around you, has an impact on your health.
Fay and Jeremy will guide you through a series of experiments showing you how to use energised water to revitalise your body, and your environment.  We will provide you with a hands-on experience of working with water and the opportunity for your body to feel the effect of water revitalisation.
Please bring two glass bottles of water straight from your tap at home.  You can then revitalise the water in one bottle and dowse the difference in its value when compared with the non-revitalised water in the other bottle.

Sunday, 29 April, 2018

Registration from 9:00 – 9:30

9:45 Welcome, Isabel Holroyd, President

Sunday morning workshops 10:00 – 12:30 (11:00 – 11:30 – coffee and tea break)
Delegates can choose one workshop from these four options for the Sunday morning workshop session.

Fay Palmer & Jeremy Jones
Experimenting with Revitalised Water

Water is essential for life, but the quality of the water you consume, or even have around you, has an impact on your health.
Fay and Jeremy will guide you through a series of experiments showing you how to use energised water to revitalise your body, and your environment.  We will provide you with a hands-on experience of working with water and the opportunity for your body to feel the effect of water revitalisation.
Please bring two glass bottles of water straight from your tap at home.  You can then revitalise the water in one bottle and dowse the difference in its value when compared with the non-revitalised water in the other bottle.

Guy Hudson
The link between Water, Earth Energy and Health Dowsing

Guy Hudson will lead a workshop explaining how he turned his water dowsing experience to finding geopathic stress.  By following Alan Hall, Kate Bachler, Von Pohl, Sam Milham and working with Roy Riggs, Guy worked out how to differentiate between the areas in underground streams that do or don’t geopathically affect humans.  He will show you how to dowse for the stress and then we will go out looking for some!
Please bring your favourite pendulums and L-rods.

Mark Harris
Energy Awareness

Based on the work of Barbara Ann Brennan, author of Hands of Light and Lynda Kane at the School of Energy Awareness, we will be working with the biofield and chakras.  The workshop will include exploring how everyday body positions can contract or switch the field and chakras then look at the consequences of that contraction or switching.  We will delve into psychology and also examine the effect on your biofield of a variety of items used in daily life.
Please bring your dowsing tools and also toothpaste, a food, a book, a CD, a DVD and a picture of your car.

Graham Wayt & Tim Naylor
Expanding our Knowledge of Dowsing Science

Since recent publicity about dowsing gave rise to an increase in enquiries from water technologists, archaeologists, geologists, highway engineers and others all interested in industrial dowsing, Graham Wayt has been taking a closer look at existing methods of locating and identifying buried items.  Using Berber technology and rethinking the construction and composition of dowsing rods, he is working towards expanding our knowledge of dowsing science.

Graham will be working with Tim Naylor and they invite you to join them in a series of experiments in which they hope to test the dowsing reactions of both male and female dowsers to a wide range of items including pyrite, copper slag, coal, geodes, pure alloys, various plastics and more.  You will have the opportunity to test the properties of Graham’s intensely responsive new rods which have non-magnetic iron powder at their core and to take part in field trials of long range dowsing techniques over underground services and voids deep within the ground.

The results of these experiments will go towards the creation of a much needed guide to industrial dowsing.

Lunch 12:30 – 13:30

Sunday afternoon workshops 13:45 – 16:15 (14:45 – 15:15 – coffee and tea break)
Delegates can choose one workshop from these four options for the Sunday afternoon workshop session.

Mark Harris
Energy Awareness

Based on the work of Barbara Ann Brennan, author of Hands of Light and Lynda Kane at the School of Energy Awareness, we will be working with the biofield and chakras.  The workshop will include exploring how everyday body positions can contract or switch the field and chakras then look at the consequences of that contraction or switching.  We will delve into psychology and also examine the effect on your biofield of a variety of items used in daily life.
Please bring your dowsing tools and also toothpaste, a food, a book, a CD, a DVD and a picture of your car.

Kelly Peacey
Crystals – nature’s answer to techno-stress

In our modern world we are now victims of a new hazard that is unseen and largely undetected.  In most homes are: wifi, cordless phones, smart meters, hub centres and a myriad of other electrical devices.  It is believed that the emissions from these pose a serious threat due to their elevated electric or magnetic radiation.  What can we do about it?
In this workshop with Kelly Peacey, we will explore how crystals may now offer an answer.  Crystals are formed within the body of earth holding a stable crystallised electromagnetic field in harmony with nature and earth.  They have long been used to shield and transmute energies and influences and now they are being shown to convert negatively charged ions and assist in grounding and earthing the human electromagnetic body.  Explore and experience for yourself the powerful effects of crystals.  Then dowse to confirm their effectiveness.

Mandy Bennett
Dowsing for Health

Health is subjective, dynamic, and has many aspects – not just the physical.  Dowsing can enable you to become more aware of your current state of health, and factors which may be having a negative impact upon it.
In this workshop we will look at dowsing different aspects of health, identifying priority issues to be addressed, and potential remedial actions or treatments.  We will also investigate the sometimes surprising causative factors behind health issues – environmental issues such as allergens, household products, Geopathic Stress; internal issues such as thought patterns, limiting beliefs, and stress; or Past life; or Soul issues.

Fay Palmer & Colin Pope
Working with Magic Squares 

Magic Squares are represented as a type of mathematical entertainment but, when dowsed, they can spring into life.  Are they a relic of medieval alchemy or a potent universal form awaiting recognition?
Bring your rods and pendulums to this hands-on workshop led by Colin Pope and Fay Palmer.

Further information

How to get to The Venue – Worcester University, St Johns Campus, Edward Elgar building.
How to get to Worcester 
Accommodation guide for Worcester
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