What To Do When You Can’t Decide

What To Do When You Can’t Decide
Useful Tools for Finding the Answers Within

by Meg Lundstrom  
Synopsis:  A practical guide with tools from the divination tradition to help you make decisions large and small.  

Book Expo 2010. Join us at Booth #3848 Meet Meg Lundstrom at Book Expo
Wed 5/26 at 2pm, Booth #3848
Meg Lundstrom will be signing her book in Sounds True’s booth from 2-3 p.m. and available for interviews afterwards. She will be accompanied by divining teachers Leroy and Diane Bull and kinesiology teacher Darlene Van de Grift (see their profile at author website). Send your BEA interview requests to publicity@soundstrue.com
What To Do When You Can't Decide - book cover

June 2010
Paperback / BK01500
328 pages 5.25″ x 8” 
Self-Help / US $16.95 

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Organizations for Training & Resources

All the information in this book is about divining for yourself. If you want to divine for others as a way to help them, it’s imperative that you first train with professionals in the field. They will help you not only perfect your techniques, but also identify any personal blocks that could come between you and accurate information.  

  • American Society of Dowsers (http://www.dowsers.org), P. O. Box 24, Danville, VT 05828. Telephone: (802) 684-3417. E-mail: asd@dowsers.org.The American Society of Dowsers is a great resource: its members are generous with their time and expertise. It has annual and regional conferences with a wide range of workshops, local classes, and meetings, as well as a journal. Although dowsing with tools is its main emphasis, it also holds classes on kinesiology and “deviceless dowsing.” The ASD is celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2010, with a conference June 9-10 in Lyndonville, VT plus five regional conferences. See http://dowsers.org/cons.htm for details.
  • Canadian Society of Dowsers (http://www.canadiandowsers.org) also offers a wide range of helpful services and programs. Contact them at 487 Lynden Road, R. R. 8, Stn., Main, Brantford, ON N3T 5M1, Canada. Telephone: (519) 647-2257. Email: info@canadiandowsers.org.

Active dowsing organizations exist in many countries, including Kenya, Israel, Mexico, Argentina and Vietnam. Check the Internet for more details.  

  • Kinesiology Network website (www.kinesiology.net) has information about manual muscle testing kinesiology, addresses to schools, associations and journals, a muscle database, links to research-papers, and links to other sites about Applied Kinesiology and different Energy Kinesiology methods.
  • Energy Kinesiology Association (http://www.energyk.org) offers training in a number of kinesiology modalities. It’s annual conference will be held in Salt Lake City, UT, October 7-10,
  • Touch for Health Education (http://www.touch4health.com) supplies books, workshops, and training CDs on the Touch for Health method of self-healing.