... has studied Feng Shui, Dowsing, Healing, Energy Medicine and related subjects for many years.
He is an accredited consultant with the UK Feng Shui Society, and has served on the Society's governing body.
also on the professional register of the
British Society of
Dowsers, and has served on the Committee of the BSD's Earth Energies
Group. He has contributed a number of articles & book reviews to ..
These articles and book reviews can be via the Articles section of this website
Ced learnt to dowse from his father - Ken Jackson - an agricultural and marine engineer in Yorkshire, who dowsed to ensure that the trenches he put in for new farm buildings did not cut through existing water, gas and drainage pipes, or electrical supplies.
This early exposure to dowsing generated a fascination with the two-way interaction between people and their surroundings.
After gaining a degree and undertaking community work in inner London, Ced acquired a post-graduate Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning at the Architectural Association.
A number of posts with voluntary organisations and local authorities followed. Further information on Ced's consultancy services for local government, the third sector, Europe, & in relation to fund-raising is at Funding & The Third Sector.
Ced's interest in the relationship between people and their environment - especially the health aspects - was deepened by the arrival of Feng Shui in the west.
His engagement with Feng Shui fed back into his earlier interest in dowsing, and the detection and enhancement of subtle energies present at different locations.
Feng Shui looks at three main influences :
Dowsing can be used to detect deleterious energies present at particular locations - especially those emanating from the earth - and identify relevant changes which can improve the situation.
In 2006 Ced established Malvern Dowsers, the local branch of the British Society of Dowsers.
This continues to be a
key interest. Some locations can be deleterious to health, and long term
exposure to such environments can cause discomfort and dis-ease.
Helpful changes can be identified and implemented.
You can contact Ced by :
(From outside the UK : 00 44 1684 560265)