Therapeutic Sound and the Human Biofield | Eileen Day McKusick

Therapeutic Sound and the Human Biofield

Eileen Day McKusick

Eileen Day McKusick is a researcher in the fields of therapeutic sound and the human biofield. She is the creator of the sound therapy method Biofield Tuning, the founder of the non-profit Biofield Tuning Institute, and the author of the best-selling, award-winning book Tuning the Human Biofield.

Eileen has spent the last 20 years bouncing sound, like sonar, off the human body and the area around it, leading to the discovery of what she calls the Biofield Anatomy Map. This map shows that memories are stored in a specific universal format in what appear to be standing waves in the diffuse magnetic field that surrounds and interpenetrates the body at a distance of up to about 5-6 feet. The microtubules on cell membranes may serve as antennae that both read and broadcast these waves.

McKusick has found that traumatic memories exist as “pathological oscillations” within this field, and that a simple tuning fork can be used to both locate and modulate these frequency patterns, leading to the immediate and often profound resolution of a wide variety of symptoms. McKusick has taught this method to hundreds of students who are able to use this map to produce the same kind of outcomes in their clients. Essentially the process seems to reduce the “noise in the signal” of the acoustic and electromagnetic systems of the body.

This notion, that what we call “mind” may exist in a bioplasmic bubble that surrounds our body like our own personal cloud of memory storage is a radical claim. In an attempt to create a framework for this hypothesis, McKu-sick has brought together frontier Biofield Science, Electric Universe Theory and esoteric tradition to form an intriguing and revolutionary perspective on mind, memory, and cosmology. Additionally, she has partnered with a team of scientists to apply the scientific method to the hypothesis and is currently engaged in this research study, which will be submitted for peer review upon completion.

Recorded at the Society for Scientific Exploration conference at Yale University, 2017

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Published on December 20, 2018