Update! Eileen Teaching Biofield Tuning

January 1, 2019

Over the last 9 years that I have been teaching Biofield Tuning, I have seen the demand for classes grow exponentially. I have done everything in my power to meet the demand for classes, including training a team of teachers and maintaining a practically impossible schedule of teaching all around the world.

 

We knew at some point it would become both mathematically and energetically impossible for me to continue to be involved in teaching Practitioner Training (PT), but what we didn’t expect was for it to happen so fast.

 

Last November, after returning from teaching my final Foundations class in England, I taught a PT in Burlington with Angela and Jillian and it became very obvious to me that: Angela and Jillian didn’t need me; I needed to do a bunch of other things; and my body was perceiving going through these motions that I have been through so many times already as... very uncomfortable.

 

One of the cornerstones of what I teach is being able to understand your own UGH vs AH feelings around things, and responding to those. And when I felt into teaching PT through all of 2019 as we had originally planned, there was no getting around the fact that it was a massive UGH. It was clear to me that there were other places I had to put my energy.

 

I know that my withdrawing from being part of becoming a Biofield Tuning practitioner will be a disappointment to some of you, especially those of you who are planning on signing up for the PT trainings at the end of 2019.

 

Believe me, I had mixed feelings about it myself. I still have mixed feelings, because my students are very important to me. But my job as a pioneer and a bushwhacker is to stay out there on the frontiers of possibility and discovery. My job as the thought leader is also to get out there and talk about it, to create live and online content that spreads the word about Biofield Tuning.

 

Here is a quote that just appeared on Facebook:

 

I love the clients I get from being listed.There are so few of us here in the western midwest that clients come from other states! You going on Gaia sure made me some money! Thank you!

 

I have had to turn down numerous opportunities for getting out there and talking about it in 2019 because each one had a conflict with a Practitioner Training. I serve the Biofield Tuning community best by making public appearances, by continuing research, by working on my next book, by forging ahead with Tuners Without Borders.

 

I don’t serve the community best by correcting the way students are holding their tuning forks, especially with the amazing team of teachers I have. Truly, the last few classes I have taught with my teaching team, I thought my heart was going to burst with pride and gratitude - they are all so great!

 

So, to those of you who were hoping to train with me in the second half of 2019 or beyond, I deeply and humbly apologize. As of today, I am still teaching all of the PTs that are listed on the website (and there is still room in some of them). The last PT I will teach in 2019 is July 10-14 in Burlington, and the rest of the PT classes will be taught without me.

 

I will continue to teach the Advanced Module 1 classes through 2020 and I am looking to create a different kind of Advanced Module 2 class than I have done in the past - something where we can have a lot of people but don’t need tables. I will do my best to continue to teach these classes, maybe 2-3 a year, and I will also attend retreats - so you will still be able to take a class with me, even if it is no longer required for certification.

 

Wishing all of you the best on your journey with Biofield Tuning, and thanks for being part of the ever growing tribe of “coherent emitters!”

 

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