Dowsing rod pair in brass / copper
A divining rod can be used to locate wells, metals, precious stones, or other objects beneath the surface of the earth, or it can pick up energetic interference within a home.
Made of brass with copper handles.
Supplied with multi-language manual, including Italian!
Dowsing with L-shaped rods
Although L-wands can be used to get answers as you do when using a traditional pendulum (yes / no / maybe), they are mainly used for:
– find water, minerals and geopathic stress lines
– find lost items
– measure the auric field of a subject and the chakras of a person
An L-shaped wand having a size ratio of 3 to 1 (long end / handles), will have a good balance. L-shaped chopsticks are generally made of copper or brass and have plastic or copper guards on the handles. These allow the rod to turn easily.
Hold and balance the sticks – The starting position
Hold the sticks firmly, but not too tightly, with the index finger about 2 cm from the handles. With a wand in each hand and arms bent 90 degrees, keep the wands pointing away from your body and parallel to the ground. It may be easier to stabilize the chopsticks if you bring your arms close to your body with your elbows bent against your body.
Determine the search location
To determine the search position, it is necessary to decide whether, when searching for an object, the rods should intersect (form an X) or open (form a horizontal line). Both methods work, provided they are determined in advance. Once you’ve determined your search location, you’re ready to go.
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