April 16, 2016

I activated the 528, set an intention to help all bees everywhere and then in my mind I started sweeping out around the world, and quickly felt the bees field respond and eagerly accept the work. I thanked the bees for their great love and essential work which they selflessly and without expectation carry on with, I focussed on cleaning up the EMF and other confusing signals, I loved them for their generosity and compassion and heard a “voice” in my head say thank you and felt fully connected to the hive mind and it was simply pure and beautiful and profoundly healing and I’...

March 6, 2016

I was on the phone with a client today, conducting a distance session of Biofield Tuning, a process that uses the coherent input of a tuning fork to “smooth out” or repattern the vibrational patterns in a person’s biomagnetic system. She asked me, “What can a person do by themselves, in the absence of finding a practitioner like you, Eileen, to help smooth out their own patterning?”

November 4, 2014

Over the years I have experimented with a variety of weighted forks. “Weighted” means that they have little barrels or weights on the ends of the tines – this causes them to vibrate longer than unweighted forks, and they are generally used on the body rather than over the body – by placing the base of the handle of the vibrating fork in various spots.

October 2, 2014

Tuning forks appear to work therapeutically according to the physics principles of resonance and entrainment. Initially they resonate with whatever distortion or dysfunction is present in the body and its field, and then, through the production of a stronger, more coherent frequency, they entrain the body into a more coherent expression as well.

September 16, 2014

In Biofield Tuning, as I currently practice it, I use just four tuning forks: two unweighted, 174 Hz and 528 Hz ; and two weighted, 62.64 Hz and 54.81 Hz. People often ask me why these particular forks, so this post is the explanation for that.

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