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
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.
This Jamaica pilot program was a huge success. Participants reported feeling less stressed, as well as sleeping and breathing better.
We plan to return to Kingston in February 2019 to conduct more training, and then to go to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota in July 2019. This community lost over 100 teenagers to suicide in 2017 alone, and it is our hope to work with as many members of the reservation as we can.
After Pine Ridge we hope to go to Haiti and any other locations worldwide where there are at-risk, low income populations.
We cannot complete our research and outreach without your help! Please consider making a donation in any amount to these efforts today.
Student testimonial from Boys Town Tuners Without Borders program