Dowsing and Dyslexia
DVD; Time 1:30; Recorded 1993
In addition to the liability of having difficulty with spelling, reading and numbers – all linear difficulties – recent findings indicate that dyslexics might also have the unexpected benefit of being inherently more creative and intuitive. Many well-known dyslexics like Winston Churchill, Thomas Edison and Albert Einstein (a dowser) were exceptionally good examples of original thinkers. Both dowsing and labyrinths can enhance intuition, and they may prove to be particularly powerful tools in helping dyslexics to develop their inborn assets.