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 Post subject: Dowsing in London
PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2009 3:45 pm 
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I came across the http://www.londondowsers.org website and discovered they have their two-monthly meetings in Coborn Road, Mile End - I have a very old friend who lives in this street!! :) What a coincidence.

Their meetings & trips in 2009 sound quite interesting - pity I missed the January one; I'll have to get myself off to them!

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 Post subject: Re: Dowsing in London
PostPosted: Sun Feb 22, 2009 2:54 am 
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Oh Keith - I missed the meeting in Richmond today!! :( I really must keep up! I would have loved to see you again. Tell me more about the project in Marble Hill grotto in May please!?

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 Post subject: Re: Dowsing in London
PostPosted: Sat Jan 30, 2010 4:51 pm 
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I went to the East London meeting of the group today, to hear Sig Lonegren give a talk on labyrynths. You may not have heard of him, but in dowsing circles he's very highly thought of. I took a book I have of his, & got him to autograph it! :oops: A very charismatic man & a good speaker.

The next meeting, in Richmond, has James D'Angelo as speaker! Can't wait! :) Hope we get a chance to do some overtone chanting.

The last one I went to was a talk on Buddhism by Sue Skinner & it was super.

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 Post subject: Re: Dowsing in London
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The James D'Angelo mini-workshop today was marvellous. It took me two hours to get there :roll: due to public transport problems, but it was well worth it. We did a lot of chanting & had a whale of a time. He's a lovely man.

I chanced to notice that just outside the pub venue (which had been found at the last minute, as the usual one let us down), there was this shop front (the small letters say 'the natural way to good health')...

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...don't you think this was an amazing 'coincidence'?? :shock:

Here are some of the folks experiencing tuning forks, my happy friend Les on the left...

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 Post subject: Re: Dowsing in London
PostPosted: Sun Feb 14, 2010 8:52 pm 
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Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes~~
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oh thank you thank you for sharing this....

i want to kixx everyone.... :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Dowsing in London
PostPosted: Mon Feb 15, 2010 12:30 pm 
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So glad you had such a good time, Thais. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Dowsing in London
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At one point, we were chanting the sacred vowels & consonants...ah & L. Yes you've guessed it - al-lah the Muslims name for god! We did this for quite a while over & over again, and it was very loud!! I was getting a bit nervous & hoped we didn't get arrested for being a radical Islamic group....but we didn't!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

[PS He also talked about what vibration does to solids. He showed us pictures of lycopodium powder on a plate, that had had a loud speaker positioned under it, and the different patterns it made with different kinds of music (Mozart, Beethoven, heavy metal etc|). I've always been fascinated by this, and will definitely try it once I've moved. Lycopodium powder available here. ]

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 Post subject: Re: Dowsing in London
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So is Dragon's Breath the same stuff used in pyrotechnics?


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 Post subject: Re: Dowsing in London
PostPosted: Fri Sep 17, 2010 1:12 am 
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Lazavanti wrote:
So is Dragon's Breath the same stuff used in pyrotechnics?

I don't know, Linny. I know it's what 'magicians' use.

Regarding James D'Angelo, here are some forthcoming workshops of his:

24-26 September FRI-SUN SCOTLAND (Holy Isle, Arran) Awakening Chakra Energies Through Sound at Samye Ling Retreat Centre (residential).
Times: Fri 6pm to Sun 12 noon.
Costs: Single room £160, Twin £135 & dormitory £120 (all inclusive).

23 October SAT CHELTENHAM The Healing Power of Vocal Sound at The Isbourne Holstic Centre, 4 Wolseley Terrace.
Time: 10am-5pm
Cost: £35.
Info & Booking: 01242 254321 & education@isbourne.org Website: http://www.isbourne.org

7 November SUN LONDON. The Healing Power of Sound and Meditation at Colet House, 151 Talgarth Road, W14.
Time: 10:30am-5:30pm
Cost: £35.
Info & Booking: 01452 413220 & info@soundspirit.co.uk.
See BOOKING FORM

27-28 November SAT & SUN LONDON. Introduction to the Therapeutic Application of Sound at Goldsmiths College, SE14.
Details forthcoming
(I might do this one - it's just 'up the road' from me.)

Soundspirit workshops

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 Post subject: Re: Dowsing in London
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Thais wrote:
27-28 November SAT & SUN LONDON. Introduction to the Therapeutic Application of Sound at Goldsmiths College, SE14.
Details forthcoming
(I might do this one - it's just 'up the road' from me.)

Soundspirit workshops

This costs £130 for the 2-day workshop, I have discovered. Perhaps I shall give it a miss - I can't really afford that at the moment. :(


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 Post subject: Re: Dowsing in London
PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 9:54 am 
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James D'Angelo has a book called Seed Sounds for Tuning the Chakras, available at Cygnus Books for £9.99 & includes a 65 minute CD.
I might invest in this, just my thing.

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 Post subject: Re: Dowsing in London
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That sounds (no pun intended [which is strange for me]) very good value. We might invest in one too. :D

PS Just ordered it.

We are off to dowse in Warwick tonight with Fay Palmer, our local BSD tutor. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Dowsing in London
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I just ordered it too! :)

I hear the outing to the Tump at Brinklow* was cancelled & you're now doing the tour of Warwick. Give Fay my love when you see her.

*Been there in 2008, with Mitzi when she was still with me! :D
View from the Tump Top! :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Dowsing in London
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Don't know if I ever said but I founded a group called Tamar Dowsers and we have been going for 10 years. www.tamar-dowsers.co.uk

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 Post subject: Re: Dowsing in London
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Yes, Jackie, I've visited that website. :D

We dowsed in Warwick in the dark - receiving many strange looks from those walking past and have raised many unanswered questions which will be fun to research.

Oh yes, Fay says thanks Helen and returns your love.

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