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Tuning the Human Biofield

Broadcast on August 12, 2021
Hosted by Alec Sims
With Eileen McKusick

Sound impacts you — this we know, but how and why does it impact you? What is going on in your biology and in your mind? Join Eileen McKusick as she considers the science behind the healing, and the how's and why's of sound as a simple and effective therapeutic medium.

In This Session:

  • Discover how your electric body responds to sound
  • Learn how sound and tuning forks can be used to shift the electromagnetic template your physical body is built on
  • Explore two new states of matter — aether and plasma — and how these forces inform a new model of the structure of the universe and our relationship to it
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Eileen McKusick

Creator of Biofield Tuning, Author

Eileen McKusick, MA, is a researcher, writer, inventor, practitioner, educator, and speaker on the effects of audible sound on the human body and biofield. With an MA in integrative education, she has been researching sound since 1996. She is the originator of biofield tuning, and the founder of Biofield Tuning Institute, which conducts grant-funded, peer-reviewed studies on the human biofield.

Eileen is author of the award-winning, bestselling book Tuning the Human Biofield: Healing With Vibrational Sound Therapy and the new book Electric Body, Electric Health. She’s also inventor of a revolutionary and much-loved tool, the Sonic Slider, and the CEO of BioSona, LLC, which provides sound therapy tools and training globally.

Eileen is a pioneer in the fields of therapeutic sound and electric health — her work leads people from a chemical/mechanical perspective of life, health, and the Universe to an electro-sonic one. This new perspective makes health and life easier, connects the dots for people, and ties together multiple concepts in an elegant, easy-to-grasp way. This creates an accessible bridge between what’s been considered pseudoscience and what’s been considered scientific, and leads people to a much greater sense of personal empowerment.

Eileen McKusick