Tuning the Human Biofield
Healing with Vibrational Sound Therapy
By: Eileen Day McKusick
Published: 9th October 2014
Number Of Pages: 272
Vibrational Sound Therapy is a new field for me but one I’m keen to learn about. It’s also known as vibrational medicine and uses vibrations of the human voice or objects that resonate, like tuning forks and Tibetan singing bowls. The aim is to go beyond relaxation and stimulate healing in the body. Friends and colleagues work with sound, including Sound Massage and Sound Therapy, and it is certainly a most relaxing experience.
About the Author
Eileen Day McKusick has researched the effects of audible sound on the human body and its biofield since 1996. She has a master’s degree in integrative education and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in integral health. She teaches privately and at Johnson State College. She maintains a sound therapy practice in Stowe, Vermont.
“Modern science is finally recognizing that energy constitutes the blueprint of the physical body. Meanwhile, the energetic vibration of sound can be used to change that blueprint in ways that foster health and well-being. Genes literally express themselves in different ways when exposed to specific kinds of sound. Tuning the Human Biofield is a groundbreaking introduction to the art and science of applying these principles. It will take you on an intellectually juicy ride.” Donna Eden, author of Energy Medicine.
“Tuning the Human Biofield is a superb introduction to the human energy field and its modification by sound vibrations. McKusick’s book is a highly valuable resource for patients and practitioners alike.” Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D., professor of medicine, University of Arizona.