Authors: Jeffrey S. Keen
This paper is a simplified model to explain how dowsing works, based on a plethora of experimental evidence. Although not yet totally accepted by main stream science, the mind is a conceptual entity existing in a quantum physics world between the brain and the structure of the universe. The mind and its interaction with the cosmos are paramount to understanding dowsing and associated phenomena. Coupled with this concept is that local and astronomical forces significantly affect the mind-cosmos relationship resulting in what is being perceived. This model of how dowsing works explains, in principle, most forms of dowsing and associated techniques.
Comments: 10 pages, 10 Figures
[v1] 10 Jun 2011 (removed)
[v2] 2 Oct 2011
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