Lyndonville, VT, March 23, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The American Society of Dowsers will host its 54th Annual Convention at Lyndon State College in Lyndonville VT June 4-9. A full lineup of workshops, presenters, and activities awaits attendees. Dr. Bradley Nelson, bestselling author of the "The Emotion Code," will present the keynote address. Global consultant, professional dowser, and author of "Get Happy with Dowsing," Susan Collins, is the Keynote Dowser this year. Dowsers from across the globe attend the convention to learn about dowsing for a wide variety of applications including locating water, oil, mineral deposits, lost objects, answering questions, map dowsing, remote dowsing, and much more. Join ASD for this empowering experience of community.
An exciting children’s program will take place on Saturday June 7th. Kids Can Dowse, The Real Me: Opening to your Energetic Abilities, and Finding Your Power Animal will offer lots for the younger set. Children ages 6-12 attend for free with a registered adult attendee. Families are encouraged to participate.
Dowsing is described as a faculty employed with intent to expand the perceptive abilities of its practitioner beyond three-dimensional limitations. The American Society of Dowsers, Inc. is a scientific and educational non-profit entity whose mission is "to support, encourage and promote dowsing and dowsers in a manner consistent with the highest standards of personal integrity and behavior; to provide dowsing education and training to dowsers and non-dowsers alike to bring them to a level of proficiency they are comfortable with; to promote and foster communication and fellowship among all persons in any way interested in dowsing.”
Registration and a full list of workshops and speakers available online at dowsers.org.