Building on the principles and practices presented in The Divining Mind (Richard Wright's first book on dowsing, coauthored by T. Edward Ross II), authors Richard and Pat Wright define dowsing as the "process of uncovering information through the medium of the self." The Wrights believe, as do many dowsers, that the ability to dowse is innate, but they also feel that its proper development is contingent upon the parallel unfoldment of the spiritual qualities in our nature. Through this process, the dowser becomes increasingly cognizant of the interconnectedness of all aspects of life and begins to play his or her part as an agent of healing and positive change. Includes detailed information on: Responsibility in dowsing Practical dowsing Earth energies Planetary stewardship Healing and prayer The supersensory worlds An indispensable guide for the advanced dowser as well as a beginner's sourcebook.
by T.E. Ross, Richard D. Wright
by Richard Wright
by Richard B. Wright
by Donald Richard Wright
by Michele R. Wright, Camille O. Cosby
by Richard Gordon, C. Norman Shealy
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