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  Cement concrete (1 : 1 : 2) Cum. 9.762 Cement concrete (1 : 2 : 4) Cum. 5.843 Cement concrete (1 : 3 : 6) Cum. 4.054 Cement concrete (1 : 4 : 8) Cum. 3.205 Cement concrete (1 : 5 : 10) Cum. 2.52REINFORCED CEMENT CONCRETE6 Cement concrete M-15 (1 : 2 : 4) Cum. 5.907 Cement concrete M-20 (1 : 11/2 : 3) Cum. 6.908 Cement concrete M-25 Cum. 8.509 Cement concrete M-30 Cum. 9.2010 Cement concrete M-35 Cum. 10.20We all have intuitive abilities and dowsing is a simpleway to harness and direct those abilities. Dowserstypically use a dowsing tool, such as a pendulum or aset of L-rods, to serve as a magnifier and interpreter ofneuromuscular signals that occur within the dowser'sbody in response to the dowser's questions.This introductory lesson will include instructions for using a pendulum to achievesimple Yes or No answers to questions you might want to ask. As a bonus, there is asection at the end of the lesson on how to dowse by using just your body. Pendulum andbody dowsing are both very easy techniques to learn and are perfect for the types ofdowsing applications that are utilized in Senzar Teleseminars and other Senzar classes.Prepare for the Dowsing Process1) Be well hydrated and well rested.2) Minimize distractions and find a quiet environment.3) Relax, calm your breathing, and facilitate the dowsing brainwave state by focusingyour attention on the area on your forehead that is just between your eyebrows.After you are prepared to dowse, take your pendulum and hold the cord or chainbetween your thumb and index finger as show in the photo above.Force the pendulum into a forwardswing, 45° to the right, and say outloud, This is my 'Ready' position --meaning you are now ready to seek ananswer to a question through thedowsing process.Next, force the pendulum into a forward swing, straight away from your body. Say Thisis my  Yes  response .Finally, force the pendulum into a forward swing, 90° to the left, as shown in thediagram. Say, This is my  No  response .You can actually choose any Ready , Yes , and No responses you want, such asacounterclockwise swing of the tool for Yes and the opposite for No , but theaboveresponses are commonly chosen and are the standard for the American Society ofDowsers.Practice whatever response positions you choose a few times, and then attempt toachieve the responses without forcing the pendulum. After a few forced demonstrations,your subconscious mind will pick up the pattern and cause your body to produce theneuromuscular signals to create the appropriate response without your consciousattention. To speed up your body's response time, from the point you ask a quest  ion tothe point the tool actually moves, all you need to do is practice.Permission and ProtectionBecause the use of dowsing connects you with energetic components of the person,place,object or memory file that you are dowsing about, it is advisable to make sure it is safe todo this at the time you attempt to do it and that you have permission from all aspects ofyourself and all other parties involved before you start the dowsing process.As mentioned earlier in this book, belief codes are not always active. They arealwayspresent in your memory system, but they are not always active or  on the desk  so tospeak. When you consciously open a belief code file, you not only make the thoughtpattern visible to your conscious and subconscious minds, but you also activaterelatedemotional energies that often hold a huge amount of negative charge. Some days arebetter than others for tackling highly toxic files. Proceeding when you are notin topform or when you are not properly protected can damage your aura and even make youphysically sick.So, be cautious, and always do a simple check to make sure that now is the appropriatetime to tackle the codes. Dowse to see if you have permission from all aspects ofyourself and all other parties involved. If not, try again later. Finally, ask if you needany protection to complete the process unscathed. If you get a  yes  , use your innervision to see the specific protection that you need.Asking QuestionsYour subconscious mind is the middleman between your conscious thoughts and thepool of information that you are going to be tapping into to get a response. Noone isquite sure where this pool of information is, or how it came to be, but apparently it doesexist, because all practiced dowsers can retrieve information from it. In posingdowsingquestions, it is important to realize that the subconscious mind is very literal. Because ofthis, it is crucial that you are very specific about the information you want, and that youphrase your questions in a way that cannot be misinterpreted.Example of a Poorly Phrased QuestionDo I need vitamins?The answer will always be Yes . The body needs vitamins and minerals to operateproperly.A Better QuestionWould I benefit from taking vitamin supplements at this time?If you get a Yes response, you will at least know that the purchase and intakeof vitaminsupplements will not be a waste of time and money. How much of a benefit you wouldrealize and what form the benefits will take are still unknown, so you would have to askmore questions if you want more specific information. Also, you would have to ask morequestions to find out which vitamins and what dosage would be beneficial.  Example of a Poorly Phrased QuestionIs George a good match for me?The subconscious mind cannot clearly interpret this question. The word match has toomany possible meanings. To name a few:1) An instrument for starting fires2) A competitive game, as in tennis match 3) A complimentary coupling of colors4) A pairing of a set5) A person eligible to enter into marriage and viewed with regard to his or heradvantages or disadvantages (as in social position and wealth) as a marriage partner fora prospective mate (Webster's).A Better QuestionConsidering the following aspects of relationships (list the aspects that are important toyou), and using a scale of 1-10 (where 10 is a perfect partner and 1 is totallyunsuitable),does George rate an 8 or above in all of these categories? Or, dowse each categoryseparately to see how George rates in specific areas.How to Dowse Lists of InformationNow that you can achieve Yes and No answers with your pendulum, you can utilizethis skill to also dowse lists of information. Taking the vitamin example notedabove, ifyou want to know which vitamins would be beneficial to your health and well-being atthis time, do the following:1) Get a list of vitamins, like the label from a bottle of multi-vitamins.2) Instruct your dowsing system (you, your subconscious mind, your body, and theinformation pool) as follows:Considering my optimal health and well-being, please give me a 'Yes'response when I point to a vitamin that my body needs more of at thistime.3) Point at each vitamin on the list and make note of the Yes responses you receive.Finger DowsingTo achieve Yes and No responses with your body,instead a pendulum, a very easy method to use is finger dowsing , which is a form of appliedkinesiology or muscle testing. With this method youestablish strong and weak signals as codes for Yes and No . Strength will equal Yes , and weakness will equal No . Start byconnecting your thumb and index finger to form a circle as shown in the photo.Using two fingers from your opposite hand, insertthem into the circle and try to break the connectionof your thumb and index finger by pulling forwardwith the finger set. Before doing this, instruct yourdowsing system to make your thumb and index fingervery strong (hard to break apart) if the answer is Yes to your question.If the answer is No , make your thumb and indexfinger weak so the circle easily parts.Once you master basic dowsing skills, you canretrieve information on just about anything. You canalso learn how to use dowsing to direct energy forhealing and a variety of other purposes.  BRICK WORK11 B.B. masonry in C.M. 1 : 6 proportion Cum. 1.4412 B.B. masonry in C.M. 1 : 8 proportion Cum. 1.1313 Half brick masonry in C.M. 1 : 4 proportion Sqm. 0.22STONE MASONRY14 U.C.R.S. masonry in C.M. 1 : 6 proportion Cum. 1.7715 C.R.S. masonry in C.M. 1 : 5 proportion. 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Sqm. 0.1530 -- do -- in two coats in C. M. 1 : 3 proportion. Sqm. 0.1931 -- do -- 25 mm thick in two coats in C.M. 1 : 4 Sqm. 0.22proportion.32 Sand faced plaster in two coats Sqm. 0.2233 Rough cast plaster in two coats in Sqm. 0.22C.M. 1 : 4 proportion.34 Providing flush grooving pointing in Sqm. 0.03C.M. 1 : 3 for brick work35 -- do -- to stone masonry in C.M. 1 : 3 prop. Sqm. 0.02536 Providing tuck pointing with C.M. 1 : 3 prop, Sqm. 0.0537 Providing weathered pointing in C.M. 1 : 3 Sqm. 0.04for stone masonry38 Providing vee pointing for stone masonry Sqm. 0.03in C.M. 1 : 339 Providig fine finish 1.5 mm. thick over Sqm. 0.044green surface.Sr. No.1Item2Unit3Requirementin bags4225895PAVING, FLOORING, FINISHING AND DADO

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