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Does anyone have data or opinions on whether or not inanimate objects compared to living are easier to locate?

In a project, would it be easier to locate objects or individuals? Assuming we might have an idea of something that can be related to the location of the individual.

Locating the residence may not be so easy, we're assuming they have a residence. Locating where they are now may only lead us to the last known location.

Since animate beings are less static, does this lend to serious error?

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Hi James,

I've heard or read that live beings are more difficult to find than dead beings.

We'd have to run some experiments to see if this is true... :mrgreen:

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Sat Sep 25, 2010 3:13 am
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Try rephrasing the question:

Are targets that don't move between the time you dowse their location and the time you arrive at that location easier to find than targets that do?

Absolutely.

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Bombur, yes, that clarifies things. Hmm, I'm not sure if I'm making myself clear or whether or not I am actually understanding what I am trying to say! lol

I suppose I am asking whether or not inanimate objects are easier located based on zero consciousness compared to humans where consciousness wanders from moment to moment. My assumption is that Unconscious is everywhere and reporting on an active conscious being may result in varied conditions. Conditions that are effected by mental state rather than physical location.

Are we dowsing for the conscious location? Yes / No, we never seem to ask that specifically, we only assume unconscious understands what we are asking for.

Such as, where are we when we dream/day dream. Are we really there, meaning our conscious mind, or truly elsewhere?

Let's say we are actually dimensional minds, what would dowsing report?

Hope that is more clear?

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Sat Sep 25, 2010 12:47 pm
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James wrote:
In a project, would it be easier to locate objects or individuals? Assuming we might have an idea of something that can be related to the location of the individual.

Locating the residence may not be so easy, we're assuming they have a residence. Locating where they are now may only lead us to the last known location.


We don't have to assume. We can answer yes/no questions with dowsing.

"Does subject A have a primary residence?" Either they do or they don't. If they don't, there is no point in trying to dowse its location, unless you know that you aren't very good at answering yes/no questions with dowsing.

You have to learn your own limitations and abilities and work to improve them, because, in the end, the only consciousness that matters during a dowsing session is the dowser's.

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