Response to an online discussion about whether ‘God’ might be INFORMATION
Certainly in dowsing (divining), we tap into information, it has nothing to do with the tools you use, it is your nervous system, and the tools can be anything finely balanced enough to enhance the response so that we don’t miss it.
From a distance we can find things, so it has nothing to do with any tool such as hazel reacting to water – plastic works just as well, bent wires, pendulums that are simple weights (not necessarily crystal). You don’t even need a tool if your response is strong enough for you to recognize, you can just feel it in your body. The main thing about dowsing is not to ask ambiguous questions, as the answers can only be yes or no (usually) You must be very clear that you ask for example – is there at least (state a volume of water, or whatever is relevant to what you are seeking) available now (so that you eliminate it having been there only in the past, or coming in the future). You can screen out smaller volumes from your search, and you can also screen out swimming pools for example, by stating what sort of supply you are looking for.
If people phone me up to ask me questions, for example if they have lost something, their question often triggers an immediate answer. If I try to think about it, the information recedes. I have to trust my first response.
I am lucky in that I often am able to work with more than just yes or no answers, as I can get pictures in my head. So I might for example see an item in its location, which I can then describe. I have also seen scenes from the past when other people ask questions about what might have happened at a location or in certain circumstances.
In healing also, I certainly get information – I know what needs to be dealt with and how best to do it. Of course there may also be other ways of doing it than what I do. In fact I use several different main methods, but in all of these i follow the knowing given to me as to what is right for the person.
I receive lots of inspiration generally in my life, including with my creativity, and ideas or feelings about things I should or could do.
I also receive warnings sometimes for my own safety, for example when driving, to slow down when there is something round the corner sticking out in the road.
I discuss states of consciousness in my book “No Paradox – Consciously Evolving Consciousness, but continue to learn more all the time – the journey I think never ends.