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"Won $18,000 lottery using technical dowsing..."

"I sent Paul Smith's 2 DVD Dowsing set to a friend he followed your training including the lottery bonus feature on DVD 2. After practicing the dowsing techniques and trying it on the lottery, he actually won on his first try and got over $18,000.00! Your training set is by far the most effective, advanced and easy-to-follow instruction I have ever seen. It' the best thing out there. thank you!"

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The following questions are derived from real dowsing and Remote Viewing students. If the dowsing FAQs do not adequately answer your questions, please feel free to contact the Remote Viewing Products customer support line
at 866-607-8439.

What is dowsing?
Who is Paul. H. Smith?
What are some misconceptions about dowsing?
What can I use dowsing for?
Do I have to be "gifted" to learn dowsing?

What is dowsing?

Dowsing is an ancient mind skill similar to the U.S. military developed and proven skill of Remote Viewing (RV). Like RV, dowsing is also a structured, teachable discipline that enlists the unconscious mind to gain direct knowledge about the location of a target - people, places, things. Trained dowsers begin with a target in mind upon which they then focus their intentions.

Though commonly defined as a "psychic" ability by many individuals, dowsing is rather a skill that utilizes information obtained by the unconscious mind to provide conscious feedback as to whether or a not a dowser is getting closer to a target.

The surprising accuracy of "hot/cold" or "yes/no" bio-feedback responses from the unconscious have been studied for years by research organizations. During the Vietnam conflict the U.S. military was known to employ dowsing to find underground bunkers and buried mines in enemy territories. Afterwards, the military continued to research it, and enlisted it in support of Cold War objectives. Dowsing became an integral part of the tool-set for the "psychic spy" remote viewers of what later became officially known as the CIA's "Star Gate" Program .

In spite of some skeptic's beliefs, dowsing is a skill which evidence shows provides results much better than simple chance would dictate. Scientists have continued to research dowsing, examining techniques and considering new theories, some based on the fundamental laws of the universe, as described in Quantum Field Theory to help explain and unlock the mysteries behind this incredible skill.

Who is Paul. H. Smith?

Author of the acclaimed remote viewing account, Reading the Enemy's Mind... and world renowned training instructor, Paul H. Smith is a military trained Remote Viewing expert! Mr. Smith has been featured in countless news articles and was a major contributor to the documentary features on the DVD release of Paramount Picture's theatrical film, based on real-world Remote Viewing, Suspect Zero, starring Ben Kingsley, Aaron Eckhart and Carrie-Anne Moss. For more information, please refer to the Paul H. Smith bio.

What are some misconceptions about dowsing?

The most common image of a dowser as portrayed by the media is an individual walking over a landscape using a Y shaped or forked stick (sometimes called a doodlebug) to locate subterranean sources of water, oil or even precious minerals. But the art and skill of dowsing is much richer than this. There are many different approaches to it, depending on the task to be solved. Some dowsing techniques require the dowser to be present on-site, while others can be done from the comfort of your own home with suitable preparation.

Nor, contrary to the forked-stick image, does dowsing necessarily require the use of sticks or objects at all! Most people find it both useful and necessary when they begin exploring the skill to employ one or more of the various instruments traditionally used for the practice, and some dowsing tasks will always require certain tools and accessories. However, when trained correctly and well-practiced, some dowsers learn to work hands-free, utilizing this skill in virtually any environment and situation.

What can I use dowsing for?

Dowsing is NOT just for finding water - a trained dowser may apply this invaluable skill to help find virtually any person, place or thing that they apply their attention to that is in a close proximity - and often, even things much more distant. For example, dowsing has been used to:

  • Locate sources of water, minerals, and other substances.
  • Locate missing objects such as keys, documents, glasses or jewelry.
  • Help find missing people.
  • Help law-enforcement find contraband.
  • Find accommodations or a new place to live.
  • And MORE!.

    Do I have to be "gifted" to learn dowsing?

    Absolutely NOT! Dowsing, like Remote Viewing, is an inherent skill which means that virtually anyone can learn to do it to a greater or lesser degree. Much like studying the piano or art, nearly all of us have the capability to acquire the basic techniques and put them into practice. There are those who might not believe this. You often hear people say they can't learn to play the piano or even to "draw a straight line" - or to learn dowsing - because they don't have "the talent." The trouble for some people is merely a simple lack of time, motivation, or energy to devote to learning the principles of dowsing and practicing them enough to become proficient.

    The bottom line is that, unless there is some sort of physical or mental handicap that prevents it, almost anyone can learn dowsing. It just takes desire, time, the right teacher, and the belief that it is at least possible.


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