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Shift Talk: The Why and How of Sound Healing

Broadcast on June 28, 2022
With Eileen McKusick

Why and how does the conscious and intentional use of sound and music have the power to heal us? Why is sound healing becoming so popular all of a sudden? What is the potential of this burgeoning frontier? Join sound healing pioneer Eileen McKusick in this exploration of the physics, biology, and spirit of music medicine.

In this session, you’ll discover:

  • Sound healing brings us into the present moment
  • Sound and music interact with our body's electrical system
  • Sound and music can be more powerful for changing our state than substances
The opinions expressed here are those of the author/presenter and are not representative of Shift Network employees, customers, or other presenters.
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Eileen McKusick

Creator of Biofield Tuning, Author

Eileen McKusick is a researcher, writer, inventor, practitioner, educator, and speaker on the effects of audible sound on the human body and biofield. She is founder of the sound therapy method Biofield Tuning, author of the award-winning, bestselling book Tuning the Human Biofield: Healing With Vibrational Sound Therapy, and also her new book Electric Body, Electric Health. She’s inventor of a revolutionary and much-loved tool, the Sonic Slider, and 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 away from a chemical, mechanical view of life, health, and the universe, to an electro-sonic perspective. 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 considered scientific, and leads people to a much greater sense of personal empowerment.

Eileen McKusick