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Dowsing to Finding Lost Objects, Pets, People & Ancestors

Saturday 2710.00amMay


Stag Inn

2 Cowes Road
PO30 5TW

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Dowsing to Finding Lost Objects, Pets, People & Ancestors


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Event date is May the 27th 2017 Price £30

Session time will be 10.00 – 12.00 - Lunch - 1.00 - 3pm.

The Venue is The Stag, 2 Cowes Road, Newport; PO30 5TW in their Conservatory.

There is 30 Places Available so Book now to save your place.

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If you wish to cancel you’re booking... Cancellation made one month (or less) prior to the event: No refund

A must go to workshop which is for all People whether beginners or experienced dowsers.

I am Currently organising an exciting and marvellous opportunity to learn from the master of lost objects, Christopher Strong!

There is Limited Places Available so Book now to save your place

Don't miss this unique opportunity to dowse in this very interesting workshop. Chris is an engaging speaker and has great insight. It will be a practical day for all. He will be teaching various methods of dowsing.

With ‘hands on’ practise of looking for ‘lost’ objects, but they are not always easy to find until Christopher explains how to go about it. Some things are not supposed to be found, as you will discover too! Finding missing items can prove tricky, as it is not always straight forward dowsing, we will share our methods and practice to improve your accuracy.

Wandering pets do not always want to be found and finding out why they have gone walkabout may assist in locating them.

The protocols and ethics of searching for missing persons will be explained. He will be showing how dowsing can be useful in tracing ancestors when the paper trail goes cold but often with unexpected results and will show how to find protected items, clearing negative emotions, finding clues, releasing fear and ‘deviceless dowsing.

We will also talk about Geopathic Stress and are U Sleeping and Working in a Safe Place.

Christopher Strong read Natural Sciences at Cambridge and has had a long term interest in Dowsing & Feng Shui. He is now retired but remains a valued and vibrant supporter of the British Dowsing & Feng Shui Society attending functions on a regular basis.

Professional dowsers Christopher Strong said that subterranean water can make a property feel "sad" and "Underground water generates electromagnetic energy at a frequency which is incompatible with the human body," he explains. "This can weaken the immune system and in many cases, people become ill or depressed."

Nearby power stations, radar, aerials and even psychic phenomena can also affect the energy of a building in the same way, and so too, the occupants, He said "The history of the site can also be a problem," he continues, "especially in Europe which has been civilised for thousands of years. Events imprint themselves on an area. He dowsed one business where everyone was fighting. It turned out it was built on an old battlefield."

Well-known for decades in the dowsing world, His book "Autobiography of a Sceptical Dowser." Christopher describes life and many of his cases and tells how he and his wife Veronika developed their dowsing skills to help over 5,000 people.

Christopher will be signing copies of his book 'Autobiography of a Sceptical Dowser'.

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We would appreciate if participants could purchase their lunches from the bar menu as the hotel as they are generously give us the use of their restaurant on that understanding. There are items on their menu to suit every budget.