Tuners Without Borders
The Biofield Tuning Institute (BTI) is a Vermont-based 501(c)3 non-profit.
Our mission, as well as that of our founder Eileen McKusick, is to reduce the amount of unnecessary suffering in the world through sound and biofield research, education and outreach. We seek to participate in the global advancement of biofield science through conducting peer-reviewed research and developing biofield-sensing technologies.
We also seek to bring our outreach program Tuners without Borders to at-risk populations worldwide.
In October of 2018, we launched our first Tuners without Borders (TWB) program in Trench Town Kingston Jamaica.
Ambassador Byron Blake our liaison in Kingston, Jamaica
Tuners Without Borders, Kingston, Jamaica
In 2019 TWB also made a small mission to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, the first of what we hope to be many outreach missions to Native American communities in the US and Canada.
TWB provides free tools and training in a simpler, easier-to-learn form of Biofield Tuning to low-income and at-risk populations. This simplified version of Biofield Tuning use just two tuning forks and can help promote relaxation and calm, as well as reduce pain in as little as 20 minutes.
The Jamaica pilot program was a huge success, and was supported by a second mission in February of 2019. Participants reported feeling less stressed, as well as sleeping and breathing better.
One of the groups we worked with has continued to meet each month, and one outcome of the effort has been the partnering of BTI with MICO University College in Kingston where we will be running a pilot certification program in Biofield Sports Medicine beginning fall 2020. Members of the TWB group will be eligible to apply for scholarships for this program.
We cannot complete our research and outreach without your help! Please consider making a donation in any amount to help support these efforts.
Student testimonial from Boys Town Tuners Without Borders program