West of Scotland Dowsers

WEST OF SCOTLAND DOWSERS Programme 2017/2018

Dear Members and Friends,

Here is our programme for next year - we look forward to seeing you at our events. Venue - Theosophy House, 17 Queens Crescent, Glasgow (near St George's Cross Underground).
Doors open at 7pm - meetings begin at 7.30pm prompt

Members & newcomers are all welcome, so please share this information with others. Dowsing is an
innate ability in everyone – all welcome!

Listed below are Day events and trips followed by Monthly evening meetings. We welcome newcomers to our meeting & friends of members - please show this to your friends.

Renew membership at the first meeting or later – it includes free entry to all evening meetings and some reductions on events. Annual membership fee is £15 and £10 concession. Fee per meeting is £3 for visitors.

To receive notification of other occasional events during the year please ensure we have your correct contact details. or check for updates on our website

Day events and trips Further details and booking contact Pat Toms 0141 945 5401

Saturday 16 September GLASGOW OPEN DOORS Visit two churches, Victorian and modern, and dowse them to see how their sacred places are located; consider how they 'work'.

Sunday 1 October DAY FIELD TRIP to Lang Craigs- near Dumbarton, several miles of track and rough walking, seeking ancient sites overlooking River Leven. Ongoing research into
subtle influences in the local area and their effect on people, more to follow.

Saturday 21 October LEARN-TO-DOWSE with Pat Toms - Dowse around Glasgow Cathedral and Necropolis. Beginners welcome. 10.00 - 4.00pm £15 (£12 members).

Saturday 11 November Walk Holyrood Abbey to Edinburgh Castle exploring the ambiance of the Royal Mile, follow the etheric current, find water-bearing fissures, look at the
old buildings, castle chapel and alignments. Car share.

Sunday 3 December SOCIAL AFTERNOON - Celebrate the year 1.30 – 4.00pm. Bring a little something to share, stories to tell and enjoy a get-together with members and
friends. We will see slides and hear about this year's field trip to the Isle of Man.

Sunday 11 February LEARN-TO-DOWSE at Camphill and Pollok Park earthworks, Glasgow with Pat Toms. Retire to cafe, car share. Beginners welcome. 10.00 - 4.00pm £10
(£8 membs).

Weekend 17-18 March FIELD TRIP to the Isle of Arran - visit ancient and interesting sites. Stay in hostel, car share

Weekend 14-15 April FIELD TRIP to High Cup Nick, Cumbria, an unusual valley in the Pennine Hills and environs. Involves walking at least eight ten miles. Stay in Kirby Stephen
hostel, car share.

End of May/early June FIELD TRIP to Cornwall - A week investigating ancient sites and much more. Self catering accommodation and a minibus. Further details in the Spring.

TAROT & RUNE WORKSHOPS with Mishka throughout the year
Being born into a psychically aware family, Mishka's interest in tools, such as Tarot, Runes, Astrology & Palmistry, developed at an early age. She now shares her personal experiences, theories & understanding with like-minded souls who would like to pursue this area of interest.

For further details contact 07986 706277 or


West of Scotland Dowsers 2016/2017 - Monthly meetings third Wednesday of the month

20 September

Fotoula Adrimi The ancient Greek mysteries of Hieros Gamos of the island of Samothraca

Fotoula Adrimi The ancient Greek mysteries of Hieros Gamos of
the island of Samothraca

18 October

Ian Jordan A sight for sore eyes

"The visual problems an eye test usually ignores" - from tesla to
synesthesia, from blindsight to arousal - an interactive presentation - with some humour, challenging behaviour and thought provoking videos.

15 November

Gary Nesbit Egypt in Glasgow

Gary researches Scottish sculptors and architects, has been involved in restoring public monuments in Glasgow and co-founded the Friends of Warriston Cemetery, Edinburgh. He co-authored the book 'Public Sculpture of Glasgow'. He will talk about Egyptian art and symbolism in the sculpture and architecture of Glasgow. See his 'Glasgow - City of Sculpture' website

17 January

Zahir Khan Falling into the Mystery

How long will you live a limited version of yourself? Do you want to liberate yourself from the obstacles that hold you completely be relinquished from those no longer serving honour the moment and be free to achieve your recognise you are all you need. Come and meet your true self.

21 February

Tom Anderson How Positive and Negative Energy Affects Your Life

Tom will share some of his own life’s journey with healing. Tom is a highly experience healer and medium with vast knowledge of the subject and has been used in clinical trials. This talk will appeal to those who want to deepen their understanding of what it is to ‘heal’.

21 March

Anna Hall The Energetics of Herbal Medicine

Anna is a Herbalist & co-owner at Woodlands Herbs, she will use a flipchart during her talk and invite us to sample some herbal tea.

18 April

Rodger Smith Constructing the Invisible

Rodger will describe more of the subtle influences he has dowsed around his pottery and home in rural Galloway, using visualisations to explain what is being experienced. After studying psychology his dowsing was stimulated by reading Guy Underwood's Pattern of the Past

16 May

Patricia Clark Nutritional Therapy: food and reduction of
chronic inflammation

Inflammation is the root cause of many diseases, addressing inflammation through anti-inflammatory food choices can be beneficial for a host of symptoms. Being passionate about natural health, Patricia believes what we eat supports the body and promotes health and well-being. Join us to learn what nutritional therapy is about and how food choices can positively impact your health.

Dowsing is an innate ability in everyone.
All welcome!

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