The Tamar Dowsers have been meeting for 15 years as of Spring 2017.
Where has the time gone?
Thank you everyone!
I am honoured to have received the British Society of Dowsers Bell Award for Dowsing Literature for 2016. The image above shows me being given the Bell quaiche by Sean Ferris on behalf of the BSD.
This is the second time I have been recognised in this manner – the previous occasion being in 2008.
In the intervening period, I have completed four books and contributed many magazine articles on the subject.
My long-awaited new book has finally arrived!
Christopher Strong: Autobiography of a Sceptical Dowser
Practising Intuition in Every Aspect of Living
Compiled and edited by Nigel Twinn
As the title suggests, this is the fascinating story of a modest and affable man, who has been on a rather remarkable journey – physically, psychically and philosophically – throughout this life cycle.
Christopher is one of the UK’s most experienced and respected dowsers, but he is also a consummate raconteur, with a seemingly bottomless portfolio of amusing, alarming and downright astonishing tales drawn directly from his own personal experience.
This work describes how someone initially sceptical of the dowser’s craft became one of its most successful practitioners. With case studies running into thousands, spanning several decades and numerous countries, CS has stretched the boundaries of what might be described as dowsing to the very limit.
It has been a great pleasure, but also a great privilege, to have helped him to get his life story into print.
If you would like to read a real roller-coaster of an autobiography, primarily in the words of the master maverick himself, the book is available from http://www.penwithpress.co.uk or from BookStop in Tavistock, Devon, UK.
12th Talk to Cardiff Dowsers – The Life and Work of Christopher Strong
1st/2nd Talks at BSD Symposium – Worcester
Visit to Brittany with the EEG
15th Talk to Brentor Garden Society
17th/18th Re-visit to Lindisfarne with the Ridings Dowsers
BSD Conference – Leicester University
If you feel ordinary dowsing is a weird experience, this will really have you scratching your head.
Working with my colleague Bill Kenny, we have been investigating a strange phenomenon whereby merely sticking an ordinary typed label on your hi-fi equipment enables you to hear the sound it produces more clearly.
This is just the visible (or should that be audible?) tip of a very big iceberg, which has taken us into some very practical, yet very profound, aspects of the non-physical world.
As ever with anything to do with dowsing, the more doors you manage to open, the more doors there are to open.
Have a look at our website http://www.sounddowsing.org and let us know what you think.
Try out the labels provided (or knock up some of your own) and give us some feedback.
All experiments are undertaken at the risk of your own sanity – no refunds available!!