The British Society of Dowsers has proposed that 5 May (birthday of the late dowser Hamish Miller) be declared ‘International Dowsing Day’ as an annual event, with the aim of promoting dowsing to the public. Several local affiliated groups are planning events or site visits around the UK, and the idea has also been picked up enthusiastically by several international groups, including the Canadian Society of Dowsers, The American Society of Dowsers, and the Australian Society of Dowsers.
In the UK, the Earth Singers group are planning to visit as many nodes of the Michael & Mary lines as possible and will be working to energise them through chant and ceremony at 3pm UK time (GMT +1). Dowsers are invited to work with them to record changes in the lines before and after the ceremonies.
I shall be presenting at the Canadian Society of Questers’ Conference in Harrison Hot Springs, BC, that weekend; so I’m looking forward to a few days of concentrated dowsing awareness.
This year only, the date coincides with World Labyrinth Day (always the first Saturday in May), so I am doubly blessed as I shall be constructing a temporary labyrinth for one of my workshops with the Questers.
There is a Facebook page for International Dowsing Day, or you can find out more information on the BSD site by clicking on the banner below:
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