The Biofield Tuning Institute
The Biofield Tuning Institute was founded to conduct quantitative and qualitative research on the Biofield Tuning method as well as to develop a technology, Biofield Sonography, that is based on the premises of the Biofield Tuning process. BTI is a Vermont based 501(c)3 non-profit. Our mission is:
To demonstrate the viability of Biofield Tuning as a simple and effective method to treat a variety of ailments including but not limited to pain, anxiety, depression, and PTSD, and to develop the tools, technology and training to expand its use. Additionally, to participate in the scientific and academic advancement of Biofield Science.
Biofield Tuning, as practiced for over two decades by Eileen Day McKusick, involves the application of tuning forks both on the body and in regions surrounding the body to aid in the identification and treatment of a wide range of clinical conditions. Identification is determined by the perceived patterns of interaction between body emissions and the overtones and undertones produced by the tuning fork, whereby specific harmonic patterns relate to specific conditions.
We are currently at work with a team of researchers to apply the scientific method to the Biofield Anatomy Hypothesis, and are receiving donations towards this research.