2019 Programme

APOLOGIES FOR THE LACK OF RECENT PHOTOS.  THERE IS A GLITCH ON THIS WEBSITE WHICH REFUSES TO ALLOW PHOTOS AT PRESENT.  ALL WILL RESOLVED SOON!

 

Our venue for inside events is Marazion Community Centre (TR17 0HW), in Gwallon Lane, Marazion.  Gwallon Lane is opposite the Fire Engine Inn (on the coastal side of the main street in the Marazion to Helston direction) and there is a signpost for the surgery, which is next door to the hall.  Plenty of free parking. 

Unless otherwise stated, talks/presentations normally start at 2 pm on Saturdays, with tea and biscuits and discussions/question and answer sessions at the end of the afternoon.

If you are attending an outside event organised by Trencrom Dowsers, you are deeming yourself fit to cope with the physical activity.  Field trips may at times involve substantial distances on uneven and slippery ground.  Please wear appropriate footwear and clothing.  

PLEASE NOTE: The areas that we love to visit are also loved by ticks!  Cornwall Wildlife Trust has advised us to be aware of this. There is plenty of helpful information on https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/lyme-disease-signs-and-symptoms

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Please note: Dowsing tuition is not available during our dowsing trips or other meetings.  If you are interested in learning how to dowse, or to extend your skills, please click on the Dowsing courses' tab at the top of the page.

 

For reports on the trips and presentations please go to Events and and then the particular year. 

  

August -  we stay off the roads!  Time for family and friends.

 

Sunday 29 September:  Dowsing trip - details to follow but likely to be the stunning headland of Treryn (Treen) Dinas near Porthcurno.  This will probably be the last outside trip of the year.

 

And looking ahead to the autumn, when we're back in our usual hall in Marazion for a 2 pm start:

 

Saturday 12 October: Dr Andrew Tresidder.   Personal Health and Development using Bach Remedies and other software tools

Dr Andrew Tresidder has practised medicine since 1983 and was a GP in Somerset.  Currently, he teaches as well as looking after Health Professionals and working on Patient Safety.  His recent book 'Health and Self-Care' is receiving excellent reviews - www.healthandself.care - for a free download!  

Come prepared to learn/refresh about simple tools for personal development.  Bach sets and other material will be available at special prices on the day.

Everyone welcome.

 

Saturday 9 November: Peter Knight and Sue Wallace.  Albion Dreamtime: re-enchanting the Isle of Dragons. 

OUR USUAL HALL AT MARAZION IS NOT AVAILABLE TODAY.  INSTEAD WE SHALL BE AT THE LOVELY SOLOMON BROWNE HALL IN MOUSEHOLE.   DETAILS AND DIRECTIONS TO FOLLOW.

We are delighted to welcome Peter and Sue again, this time to tell of their quest to 100 of Britain's magical, natural sacred places, consciously connecting with mythological landscapes.   

Across England and Wales, Scotland and Isle of Man, they chanted, drummed, meditated and re-enchanted these ancient sites, which include waterfalls, fairy glens, rocking stones, ancient forests, caves and sacred rock outcrops. Peter and Sue suggest that it was at such sacred places as these that Albion's earliest visitors went to contact the spirit of the land and their ancestors. They stress that we all need to visit and revere such precious places again.

 

Saturday 7 December: Davyd and Emma Farrell:

Working with your plant spirit allies to hold your centre and maintain energetic sovereignty.

In this interactive session Davyd and Emma, Plant Consciousness and Wisdom Hub founders, plant spirit healers and geomancers, will highlight the potential of working with plant spirits to form meaningful relationships or alliances for healing and holding shamanic space.

They will share the principles of plant diets and how they can help form those relationships with the conscious intelligence of plants. 

Davyd and Emma spent 6 months in Ecuador with their Kichwa elder and shaman Kurikindi participating in and learning about plant diets. Through healing with plants we can learn to identify what is our true nature and then be able to identify those energies that are not actually ours.

Emma is a certified plant healer and, like Davyd, has studied Geomancy (with Patrick MacManaway) and Celtic Shamanic Healing (with David Leesley). Davyd comes from a Celtic background with ancestry from both Cornwall and Ireland.  They are the founders of Plant Consciousness, the ground-breaking London event about the conscious intelligent world of plants and trees. 

Working with plants such as: tobacco, mugwort, wormwood, yarrow, angelica and St John's Wort they will demonstrate how we can heal ouselves, others and the land spirits by working with plant allies.

 

And looking forward to 2020:

 

January presentation to confirm

February presentation to confirm

 

Saturday 21 March: Don Bryan: Seeing is believing

Don, a guide at Stonehenge and Chair of Hampshire Archaeology Dowsers will be coming down to give us a talk today. He will explain how archaeological dowsing on a wide range of sites can be backed up by either geophysical survey and/or excavation.  This process is slowly being recognised by archaeological experts, especially when reports are completed on our work. Several examples of such work will be included in this presentation.