Does Biofield Tuning work?

Biofield tuning is found beneficial in treating many acute diseases like PTSD, anxiety, depression, migraine and more. It is a gentle and non-invasive treatment method which at its core is the simple strike of a tuning fork in the body’s biofield. The basic premise of this treatment is to allow disharmonized energy in the biofield to become harmonized. It assists the body and mind by reprogramming habitual patterns of imbalance, anxiety and stress response. If this clearer state can be maintained between treatments, the body can maintain health better and for longer duration. An interview with Eileen McKissick, the originator of Biofield Tuning shows that biofield promotes health and it helps the body to heal. She says:
“A tuning fork is simply a single tone frequency generator. It is an emitter of pure sound.
What I have discovered over the last 22 years of using tuning forks around people’s bodies and listening to the sound they produce is that the body really responds to sound.
The tuning fork doesn’t produce the pure tone that you think it would, it actually is a conversation. The tuning fork produces a living acoustic tone. It will initially resonate with whatever distortion might be present.”

Eileen has mentioned that although it defies most people’s sense of logic, treatments are also effective long distance, even across the globe. Treatments can also be received after they are delivered, so there is no need to line up calendars. The practitioner simply makes an audio recording of the session and it can be listened to when the client has time. Eileen also says that sometimes the discharge of the energy results in immediate reduction in pain, anxiety, or discomfort. It has shown to be effective in treating childhood trauma and abuse as it involves the complete history of the patient. Though it is a nontoxic procedure, it is prohibited on cancer patients and pregnant women and those with a pacemaker, as it involves detoxing potential. Many people do not have strong detox reactions although some do, so it is very important to understand the nature and disease of the client, and to take the recommendation of the therapist for after care and recovery.

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