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Making decisions is a life-long activity. If it's not one thing requiring immediate attention, it's another. We're not born knowing how to choose what to do in a crisis. Instead, we take our cues from parents, siblings, extended family members and our community. If these sources aren't reliable, we can manufacture some pretty strange ways of coping with stressful situations that require decision-making skills.
I was fortunate to learn about dowsing from some very skilled people many years ago, and am happy to share that knowledge with anyone interested in knowing how to trust that little voice inside that knows what direction to take, what to pick up and what to put down, and when to act or stay still. Over the years, AMAG has enhanced what I learned from others and we have together created a workshop/seminar called, "A Course in Truth Detecting." You may be interested in taking this course and learning how you, too, can trust your truth detector (your body) to never let you down when it comes to making decisions that matter most.