Dowsing using a Witness…

The witness

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Use a photograph

 
Witnesses are often used in dowsing, normally for situations where the client isn’t physically present.  For humans and pets, the witness is usually a hair sample or a photograph.  Historically blood samples were sometimes also used, but are not to be used now, or any bodily fluids for that matter!  Because that is just so wrong and ick and ew!!! 
 
A witness is used with the intention of bringing the client to mind.  Therefore providing a “working concept” that satisfies the conscious mind.  If the client is present then they are the witness.
 
 Making a witness
 
In practice, it is often helpful to sandwich a small hair sample between two round labels, both sticky side inwards, and write the subject’s name on the outside label.  (It is also often useful to make a spare to keep on file).
 
If you work with charts, it is simple to move the witness from chart to chart.  If no hair sample or photograph is available, write the ‘clients’ name on the labels and use it as a focus, as it is still useful as a representation of the ‘client’.
 
If you have an interest in gardening then a witness can also be a leaf or some soil instead of the hair, labelled and used with each chart. If no labels are available use sticky tape instead, or whatever you have available to you. For example, twigs bound with ribbon or string.
 
I have got a pendulum which is like a cage, so I can place my ‘witness’ inside of it whilst dowsing.
 
Love Jennifer x

About Guinevere Fae

I have been working with tarot for over a decade and have read for people worldwide. For the last decade, I have hosted a monthly tarot meet-up. I am a Reiki Master and trained in Equine Reiki, and I am an experienced pendulum dowser too.
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