Program & Replays
Being a Citizen Scientist
According to Eileen McKusick, one of the things she has observed as a teacher of a somewhat subtle method of healing is that many people do not trust themselves and their own sense perceptions. This lack of self-trust and fear of doing things wrong stops curiosity, discovery, and creativity from blooming, and leads us to look to authorities to tell us what to do. In this session, Eileen will discuss how to bridge out of this paralysis into your own genius and the world of discovery that awaits you!
In this session, you’ll discover:
- How to follow your curiosity
- Ways to trust your perception
- How not to be afraid of doing it wrong
Eileen Day McKusick is a pioneer in the fields of the human biofield, therapeutic sound, and electric health. A researcher, author, inventor, educator, speaker, and practitioner, Eileen has researched health since 1987, specifically how sound impacts health since 1996.
She is the originator of the sound-therapy method Biofield Tuning (with thousands of students trained worldwide since 2010), and the founder of the Biofield Tuning Institute, which conducts grant-funded, peer-reviewed, and published research on the human biofield in partnership with other research organizations.
Eileen is the author of two bestselling books: the award-winning Tuning the Human Biofield: Healing with Vibrational Sound Therapy and Electric Body, Electric Health, a groundbreaking look at the electric nature of the human body, emotions, and life itself.
Eileen is also the inventor of the revolutionary sound-healing tool called the Sonic Slider, the creator of a line of tuning forks and accessories, and the CEO of BioSona, LLC, which provides sound therapy tools and training globally. Her work has helped thousands of people around the world overcome chronic pain, anxiety, depression, and other health challenges, enabling them to live more fulfilling and empowered lives. Eileen's work is changing the way we think about health and wellness.