Welcome  !!!  to the First Meeting for
The Toronto Chapter
of the Canadian Society of Dowsers
Tuesday, September 19, 2000

Gathering at 7:00 p.m., Meeting to begin at 7:30 p.m.
In the Yonge / Eglinton area at the Church of the Transfiguration,  111 Manor East
This is 3 lights south of Eglinton Avenue or 2 lights north of Davisville Avenue and 2 blocks east.
There is a parking lot in the rear of the building, Entry is also in the rear.
This is a 15 minute walk from the Davisville or Eglinton subway.

Best driving routes:  From the South:  Take Jarvis to Mount Pleasant, Left on Manor.
From 401 West: Exit at Avenue Road, South.  To Eglinton. Left.   Right on Yonge.  Left on Manor
From 401 East: Exit at Bayview. South. Right on Manor (light South of Eglinton). Cross Mount Pleasant.

These meetings are open to anyone who is interested in learning how to dowse, or becoming a better dowser.   You do not need to be a member of the CSD.   Your dowsing will improve merely by attending our meetings.   Dowsing is a form of energy.  This kind of energy is caught, not taught.

Our meetings will include activities to practice your dowsing and guest speakers who will share their experiences and teach you new skills.   You will have a chance to meet others who you can help or who can help you.    One of the best parts of these groups is meeting synergistic people.

We will be setting up meetings on a monthly basis so stay in touch with us while we eventually settle out date, time and place details..

Requested donation (to cover costs):
                        $5 per meeting for Toronto chapter members
                        $7 per meeting for non members of the Toronto chapter
                        $20 per year for membership in the Toronto chapter
First meeting for yourself or for a guest is Free.

If you can not afford this donation, please make arrangements with us before the meeting.

Do come and have fun,  grow with us and enjoy the energy.

Questions?  Contact:   Marilyn Gang    mgang@interlog.com     (416) 322 - 0363
Check out the CSD web site at:           http://www.CanadianDowsers.org
Check out the Toronto web site at:       http://CanadianDowsers.org/toronto/toronto.htm

Guest Speaker:   Joan DeNew, Hamilton, Ontario
"True Confessions of a Daily Dowser"
Joan will share with us how she and others use dowsing from rising to bedtime, for all the activities of living.

Joan has used her intuition and dowsing skills as a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Society of Dowsers, creating its organizational structures.  She has been the guiding light behind HAHN (Hamilton Area Health Network) for the last 3 years.   Joan is a teacher of  Dowsing Your Soul's Purpose, the Energy Check-up, 3-H Dowsing (Anneliese Hagemann's manual)  and other dowsing methodologies.

"  I got into dowsing about six years ago when a healer used a pendulum to check whether I was getting the right vitamin and mineral supplements to recover from fibromyalgia.  I wondered what else you could dowse for, and discovered to my surprise and excitement, that you could ask for any information you needed to know as long as it was for the highest good.  I dowse daily for all sorts of answers and have never enjoyed life more."

This will probably be Joan's last public appearance before her imminent move to Guatemala and we consider ourselves fortunate to have her share her evening with us.

Goals of Our Toronto Chapter

Goal:      To become better dowsers.
               To help others learn dowsing and become better dowsers.

Dowsing:          What is it?
                        How do we do this?
                        How do we improve?
                        What tools can we use?
                                Dowsing tools
                        What are the important  steps and procedures?

Our group will define itself in its first year.  Your continued presence will define who we are and who we become.

We will set up Dowsing Buddies to help support one another.
We will share resources, anecdotes, what works, what does not work.
We will inform each other of books, teachers, suppliers, places, events

Learning to dowse is like learning how to drive a car or learning a new dance step.    You are coordinating mind/body steps.  You can learn the mechanics of it in a day or a week-end, but you can't really "learn" it in that time period or in that setting.  Your body has to practice it until it becomes automatic.

It's fun.  It's easy.  It's highly useful to you and to your family and friends.

Looking forward to seeing you soon!