‘a technique for searching for underground water, minerals, or anything invisible, by observing the motion of a pointer (traditionally a forked stick, now often paired bent wires) or the changes in direction of a pendulum, supposedly in response to unseen influences.’
‘to search for underground supplies of water, metal, etc., by the use of a divining rod. verb (used with object), dowsed, dowsing 2. to search for (as water) by or as if by dowsing .’
Dowsing is a natural intuitive process that anyone can learn, helping them to find answers to questions they cannot answer rationally.
You don’t need a prop such as a pendulum or set of dowsing rods to get accurate results. This book teaches many propless dowsing methods and how to use each to get results.
Everyone can get one or more of these propless dowsing methods working for them shortly after discovering the method for the very first time; most everyone can get all of the methods to produce results with a bit of practice.