THE MORNING SHOW
January 23, 2012
Waking Up People To Their Potential
We had a lot of fun this morning with Raymon Grace, a simple man with some pretty extraordinary ideas. Listen to him talk about using intention to change the world around you. He’s quite a character. Enjoy the show!
Dowsing is many things to many people,and limited only by our imagination as to the ways it can be used to assist us.
I find it to be the easiest and most useful way to get information to use for making your life better.
Dowsing is generally understood to be a method of finding water with a forked stick. Well, that is true, but quite a limited definition. Dowsing is a means of getting information with the use of a physical instrument. Dowsers use tools or instruments such as pendulums, rods, bobbers and even forked sticks to get information from the dowsing system.
The movement of the instrument gives information to the person using it. We can ask a question and get a “yes” or “no” answer. If we use a numbered chart, we can get answers with a numeric value.
For example if we ask if a specified food is good for us, we will get a “yes or “no”. If we asked what the effect of the food is on our body and use a number chart, we can not only determine if it is good or bad for us, but to what degree.
For more detailed information about dowsing, visit Raymons projects site at: www.raymongraceprojects.com
Raymon Grace, founder and president of Raymon Grace Foundation, is a dowser, lecture and author of 3 books, “The Future is Yours-Do Something About It”, “Techniques That Work For Me” and “Seasons of April.” He has created 30 DVDs sharing information learned over the past 38 years. His books have all been printed in both English and Chinese. His work is being used in several countries for improving water and other areas of self improvement. His newsletter reaches people in 55 countries. He has been a guest on numerous radio talk shows including the well known “Coast to Coast Am Radio.”He is a down to earth plain spoken person who tells it as he sees it. His dress clothes are jeans and cowboy boots and he doesn’t own a suit and tie. He’s real.
raymon grace, changing our life, january 23, 2012