In fact, it IS in the other book. He just tacked on one more chapter and it's not worth it. If you have the first book, get another one from another author, preferably from the Dowsers Society of America. google it and check out their enormous store of all dowsing books.
My favorite concept in this book is --It is not like the sticks move by themselves. The implication of this is that anyone using dowsing as a diagnostic tool, to find water or to find a particular dysfunction in the body of someone who is ill, already knows where the water or problem is. They are just using the the sticks, a pendulum or their hands to amplify what on some level they already know. For more information on using dowsing as a diagnostic health tool see [...]
This is an excellent introductory book to the art of Dowsing that's perfect for any novice and an excellent refresher for the more experienced. The book offers many traditional views mixed with the analytical, allowing the student to understand that Dowsing is a highly flexible skill that goes well beyond the critique and opinion shared by its detractors.