Biofield Tuning is a unique non-medical therapeutic method that uses sound waves and vibration produced by tuning forks in the biomagnetic field, or biofield, that surrounds the human body. Biofield Tuning was developed by researcher and practitioner Eileen Day McKusick and is based on her 20 years of clinical inquiry into the biofield anatomy. It is a simple, non-invasive, and efficient method that can produce profound and powerful outcomes. Biofield tuning sessions can be experienced in person or at a distance, singularly or in a group, by a certified practitioner.
"Biofield" is the word chosen by a team of the National Institute of Health scientists in 1994 to describe the field of energy and information that surrounds and interpenetrates the human body. It is composed of both measurable electromagnetic energy and subtle energy or qi. This structure is also called the human energy field or aura.
While western science has yet to describe and measure subtle energy, other cultures, such as ancient Indian or Vedic cultures describe it extensively. The term "chakra" means wheel in Sanskrit and these spinning energy vortices are seen as structures in the body's subtle energy anatomy. Not coincidentally, chakras are present where there are large nerve clusters or plexuses within the body itself.
The Biofield Tuning process is designed to locate, identify, and interupt patterns of sonic imbalance, making it possible for the individual to become "unstuck" and able to move forward in life with a more balanced perspective.