|Map Dowsing for Lost Pets
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|Author:||FleurDeLis [ Wed Mar 20, 2013 4:38 am ]|
|Post subject:||Map Dowsing for Lost Pets|
My friend lost her dog. I was thinking of trying map dowsing to help her out. I have a few questions on the best way to do this.
1. How do I formulate the question the right way?
2. Also how do I select the map? Reason I ask is cause being that her dog has been lost for a week now, what if he is no longer in the direct area? Do I start with a local city map or do I expand it out to include a few neighboring cities? Do I start smaller like try within a few miles of her subdivision or do I start way larger?
|Author:||edb [ Sat Mar 23, 2013 3:10 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Map Dowsing for Lost Pets|
What an interesting problem. It's amazing how life gives us opportunities to practice.
I scanned through this forum and found the following posts that might be useful.
There are so many ways you could do the triangulation. The Learn Dowsing DVD shows other methods.
I've had some success with dividing a map in half. For example, before I have a chance to think about the problem I'll use a longitude or latitude type of line and ask "East of here?" or "North of here?" to get a quick Yes/No. (But, I have to do this at the moment I hear or see the problem -- otherwise AOL and my imagination...)
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