Body Dowsing For the Millions
I cracked the Code to a Master Combination Lock thanks to serendipity (dumb luck).
It’s the Engram Code. (Forget the Genetic Code.)
It’s Body Dowsing (Mind Reading For the Millions), and I teach seminars with hands-on instruction.
Theory is fine, but doing it is where the rubber meets the road.
Body Dowsing is orders of magnitude more revealing than what’s usually called “dowsing,” and orders of magnitude easier to learn.
How did dumb luck give me access to the Engram Code?
A friend mentioned a woman’s name during a Reflexology session in the 1980s.
Full-Spectrum Reflexology was part of my gig up till that fateful day — the day Body Dowsing was born.
I was doing Figure Eights (Foot Rotations) with both my friend’s feet.
It’s a standard Foot Reflexology technique, like Ankle Waggling and Dorsal Sweeps.
My friend’s right foot “jumped” while I was turning both feet.
If his foot wasn’t in my hand, any observant person would have seen it lift a fraction of an inch off the floor.
I asked him, “Could you repeat what you said?”
He mentioned the woman’s name again, and the right foot “jumped” again.
That was the moment Body Dowsing was born, and I never looked back.
I didn’t call it Body Dowsing at first.
I just “did it” on hundreds of people, gradually learning nuances that anyone can learn from experience without a teacher.
Men “register” on the left foot, and women on the right, but only when Toxic Engrams are involved.
Of course, I learned about Left Side/Right Side Gender Geometry from Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) in the 1970s.
How do you tell a commonplace Stress-Strain-Tension from a Toxic Engram?
A Toxic Engram is unilateral.
It occurs on one side of the body only, leaving a harmful neurological residue.
A Nontoxic Engram is bilateral.
It occurs on both sides, leaving a harmless neurological residue.
Little of the above has anything to do with Scientology’s definition of an Engram.
I have no issues with Scientology, having Scientologist friends, but the word Engram and the science behind it that I’m referencing go back to Richard Semon (1859-1918),
Skip this final section if you don’t like techie jive.
Doing Body Dowsing is like flipping a light switch. Understanding Body Dowsing takes an “electrician.”
Richard Wolfgang Semon (The Mneme, written in 1904 and published in 1921) wrote …
“When an organism has been temporarily stimulated and has passed, after the cessation of the stimulus, into the condition of ‘secondary indifference,’ it can be shown that such organism — be it plant, protist, or animal — has been permanently affected. This I call the engraphic action of a stimulus, because a permanent record has been written or engraved on the irritable substance. I use the word engram to denote this permanent change wrought by a stimulus; the sum of such engrams in an organism may be called its ‘engram-store,’ among which we must distinguish inherited from acquired engrams. The phenomena resulting from the existence of one or more engrams in an organism I describe as mnemic phenomena. The totality of the mnemic potentialities of an organism is its ‘Mneme.'”
According to the same source …
“In quoting experimental examples of engraphic stimulation in higher and lower organisms, one thing must be borne in mind. The ability to retain the engraphic stimulations — the so-called engraphic susceptibility — varies in irritable organic substances, just as the irritability in respect of synchronous excitation differs greatly in various organisms, and in the varieties of tissue and cell within the same organism. In animals, during the evolutionary process, one organic system — the nervous system — has become specialised for the reception and transmission of stimuli. No monopoly of this function by the nervous system, however, can be deduced from this specialisation, not even in its highest state of evolution, as in Man. To quote a significant case, it has been demonstrated by indisputable observation and experiment that muscle is still irritable even after entire elimination of all nervous influence.”