#158 My lovely guest this week is Eileen Mckusick. Eileen is a researcher, author, and speaker. Her area of focus is health and human potential, and she has conducted pioneering research in the new paradigm of electric health and biofield science. During our conversation, we speak about adjusting the electrical systems of people bodies.
We discuss using the voice in order to create vibrations and how these actions can affect the electrical charge within you and create resonance. If you’re interested in knowing how you can influence your emotions and your body using electrical charges, then this episode is for you.
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About Eileen: Eileen McKusick is an author and thought leader in health and human potential who has conducted pioneering research in the new paradigm of electric health and biofield science. She has been researching the many facets of health and human potential for the past 35 years. In 1996, she picked up her first set of tuning forks and began incorporating them in her massage therapy practice. After witnessing the positive effects on her clients, she began researching the effects of therapeutic sound on the human body and energy field, ultimately creating the sound therapy method of Biofield Tuning.
Eileen is the author of two books on sound therapy and biofield science. Her first book Tuning the Human Biofield: Healing with Vibrational Sound Therapy (based on her Master’s thesis) won the 2015 Nautilus Silver Award and 2017 Gold COVR award. Her second book, Electric Body, Electric Health is a ground-breaking look at the electric nature of the human body, emotions and life itself.
Key points with time stamp:
- Eileen work in her own words (0:12)
- Eileen’s research (1:03)
- Eileen on the Ether (4:26)
- What set Eileen on the path to spirituality? (6:28)
- Using toning to affect the electrical charge of the body (13:51)
- Is it easier to overcome life’s challenges when we are more coherent with our energies? (15:40)
- The storing of emotions in our body and how we can affect them (18:27)
- Examples of effectively changing emotions with redistributing the electrical charge in our bodies (23:48)
- Is Eileen hopeful for the future of this kind of medicine? (28:22)
- Eileen’s book (30:21)
- Practices in Electric Body, Electric Health to help you retune (30:51)
- A low point for Eileen that later became a blessing (35:03)
- Eileen’s morning routine (37:21)
- Eileen’s choice of a dinner guest, from any time frame (39:21)
- What Eillen leaves us with (40:46)
Mentioned in this episode:
- The Akashic Records
- Remote viewing
- Distance healing
- The Doppler effect
- The CDC
- The Schuman resonance
- Electric Body, Electric Health, Eileen’s second book
- National Geographic
- Joe Dispenza
- Bob Marley
- Peter Toms
Eileen, welcome to the podcast.
Hey, thanks. Great to be here.
I have one question I start my show with every every week, and that is a few at the intimate dinner party right now. And you sat next to a complete stranger. And they asked you what you did for a living? What would you say? You know,
that’s always just been a really hard question for me to answer. Because it’s, it’s, I do a lot of different things. And I synthesize a lot of different things. I guess first and foremost, I think I’m a researcher. I’m, I’m very curious about life. And I like to read and I take in lots of information across many different subjects. And and then I synthesize that information into a worldview in a perspective that’s, that’s useful.
Yeah, fair enough. And I got me on Saturday, sit narrow, be like, well, what are you researching? What is the what is it all leading you, too? what conclusions? Have you learned from everything that you’ve researched over all this time?
Oh, many things. I think that you know, my biggest area of interest is health. And, and what does it mean to be a healthy human right, because when you’re healthy, you can have a much better experience in this plane, if you’re if you have an unhealthy body, unhealthy mind. Life kind of sucks. And I’ve been there. And, and I wanted to figure out how to get out of there. I feel like our culture sets all these lobster pots, all these traps, that we get led into, you know, we get led into food and body image issues and addictions and debt and self worth, misery and sickness and low energy and discontent. And I ended up in every single one of them. Yeah, and, and then just had to really figure out how to get out and find solutions. And, you know, I was trying all the conventional solutions is big reader of self help books. I’m sorry, back when I was 18. Back in 1987, I started reading all these self help books. And decades later, I still was stuck. And it wasn’t, it wasn’t for lack of trying to become fit and abundant and content, you know, I was spending time and money and energy absorbing information and I wasn’t getting anywhere. And then in 2010, two things happen. That completely changed that for me and started a trajectory out of all of those problems and into solutions. And now, you know, 10,11 years later, I’ve solved all those problems. And but I’ve solved them by taking in a lot of information and synthesizing it and creating like a whole new cosmological view, on health on our bodies on life, the universe and everything that in includes two states of matter that we don’t really learn about and, and these are plasma, and ether. And my discovery and starting to understand the nature of, of plasma, which is basically electricity. No, it’s, we’ve been taught everything is chemical and mechanical and solid and liquid and gas, including our own bodies. And what I discovered is that our bodies actually have an electrical component as well. And even beyond that, there’s an another state of matter, a third component that also exists and has laws of physics that you can work in, for example, I do the work that I do at a distance, because the ether is part of my cosmology and resonance in the ethers, just how life works. So I’m able to do it. It’s just since I’ve trained 1000s of people how to use tuning forks, to adjust people’s electrical systems, both in person and at a distance. So that’s that’s what I do.
That’s Yeah, that’s for you. Definitely on the right show today that this has lights me up when you talk about all those things. But one one loop I wanted to close that that is the ether How would you describe ether to people?
Well, it has a lot of different names. It’s called the zero point field or the quantum quantum something. quantum field. It’s also called a Higgs field. It’s, it’s it’s the idea that space is not an empty vacuum. And that that there’s an actual fabric Oh in in structure. They call it subspace, you know, it’s the lyric. It’s a one definition that I really like is that it’s the luminiferous ocean of clear light, that all waves all movement, all life, all energy arises in and weaves itself into, through spiraling energy, which is nature just spirals in everything. So ether spins itself through torsion into plasma and plasma spins itself and into gases and then liquids in solid, but all of life is fundamentally the spun clear line of ether, this unified field and it’s all one thing. So it is outside of space and time, but space and time arises and moves through it. And it contains as such, because everything that ever is, was or will ever be, arises in the ether, it holds the record of that as well. So it’s through the ether that that people can access the Akashic Records. The idea that you can, you know, go into this subspace medium and access the information that’s there plenty of people do it it, it explains remote viewing and distance healing and how you know, when your cell phone goes off who it is that just texted you, because you caught their vibe. Right? Yes, resonance. Yeah,
incredible. Thank you for explaining it’s um, you know, when I think back my only because I’m, I don’t know, if you noticed, I have an accent. I’m from Wales, you know, and I grew up rugby beer, like, like, there wouldn’t have been even a yoga studio or anything of so far removed from anything now, what you said, I think my old self and I’d be like, no way, like what you know, and then but when you have actually have experiences, that really challenged the belief systems and the mind that you’ve formulated from your own experiences, it really then starts to unwind things and you explore, I’m really curious for you, did you were you that person, and what was the tipping point for you to go, while maybe there is a field of energy out there, maybe there is an electric body in the plasma, like, what happened for you, personally,
my own direct experience, you know, with, I kind of got set off on this path with sound, starting in 1996, when I sort of dawned on me that everything was vibration, and that, and that, you know, the substance of matter is an artifact of our nervous system. But there really isn’t anything solid there, everything is just waves in space. And so if everything is vibration, everything is waves, that means that that’s what we are to. So treating vibration with vibration just seemed very logical and elegant to me, and just seemed like it would just get right down to the, to the heart of things. And so at the time, I went off and you know, as a reader, as a researcher, I found everything I could find on vibrational medicine is color and sound and music and healing. And then a catalogue with a set of tuning forks for healing appeared in my mailbox, and I ordered them and I, at the time, I was doing massage therapy part time. And I just started experimenting with them just sort of playing with them. And they didn’t behave at all, like I thought they would, you know, I thought that if I had a tone generator that generated the tone of middle C, and I activated it and held it over somebody’s body, that it would sound like a see what what I discovered was that it didn’t at all. In fact, it would, the sound being produced by the tuning fork would change dramatically, depending on where I held it. And in some places, it would go sharp, in other places, it would go flat, some places the sound would like get sucked up and the vibration would go out of the fork really quickly. And then other places I would find and the fork would just sustain and just keep ringing like it was resonating. Some places it would sound like it was full of static or noise. And so when I started telling people about this, the skeptics were like, Oh, that’s just room acoustics or like the Doppler effect. And, and I was like, I get that that plays a role. It definitely does. But there’s something else going on. And for example, I remember working with somebody who had all this pain in their shoulder. And when I held the tuning fork over the shoulder, the tone went really sharp. And he was like, oh my god that like that sounds like the pain. And so I kept on activating the fork and holding it over the shoulder. And after just a few moments, it really didn’t take that long. All of a sudden the tone didn’t really sound sharp anymore. It started like it was coming into a more harmonious expression. And so we both observed this and many I got up off the table and he rotated his shoulder. He said, Oh my god, you said, all of my pain is gone. Amazing. Yeah. And so what I discovered is that the body, everything in the body is in motion. And everything in motion makes waves and waves propagate, you know, you think about when you get an EKG and they put all those sensors on your head, and they read your brainwaves, like those waves have made it through your skull, like they’re not just stopping at the outside of your head, they’re propagating off your head, like you are giving off those vibes, your heart, when it’s beating your respiratory system, everything that you’re feeling your emotional body is actually electromagnetic waves. And so we’re all giving off vibes all the time, and we’re all feeling each other’s vibes all the time. And a lot of the reason why this is like hippie stuff is because there’s no mainstream biological explanation for it. Right? This whole idea of energy medicine being Whoo, it’s because Oh, we don’t understand the science. So that’s just alternative. What I discovered is that the energy and energy medicine, it’s electricity, we have an electrical system in our body and that that is primary, that when you are alive, your lights are on, you’re moving around, you’re hanging out, when you’re dead, your light is out your electrical system, that heart that EKG is now there’s no pulse of life moving through anymore. There’s no electric juice. If your heart stops, you can jumpstart it with the same electricity that comes out of the wall. We’re electric, we’re primarily electric, and the health of our body’s electrical system is primary, our electrical system is in good shape, then our physical body will respond to that because it’s like our blueprint, it is the information field and the energy that maintains order and like central peak constant creation within our body. When when the lifeforce is no longer present, entropy ensues. So if this is the primary aspect of our alive, this is the part of us that we want to know how to take care of. And so what I discovered working with tuning forks is that tuning forks, the basically that the electrical body is a self tuning instrument that’s designed to be in harmony. And that when it hears its own noise reflected back to it like that chain fork reflecting that sharp note of pain, it will use that input to auto tune and to bring itself to relax, to breathe to expand open so that it hears itself in harmony. It’s so simple that we can like tune our own human bodies, or human instruments with tuning forks. But so what I discovered what happened to me in 2010, was I started training my first students because I’ve been doing it for almost 15 years, and I’ve been helping all these people and they leave, they’re like, Oh great. Meanwhile, like, I feel terrible, you know, I’ve got all kinds of low level health, Misery, things going on. And so when I started receiving tuneups from my first students, all of a sudden, all of my whole electrical system is so out of whack, but most of us are not most of us are really pretty horribly out of tune. And the way you can tell you ask them to do like your singing voice. And if they say, No, they’re not in tune that they need. Because when we’re in tune, we love our voices, because that’s one of the great joys of having a human body is the ability to play with the fact that we can make all these cool sounds and it feels really good from the inside. And most people don’t enjoy that freedom.
I do find using your voice. And Tone because it does sound so random. I know if I remember having to tone for the first time I’m like, what, you know, like this people around, you know, what am I gonna sound like, you know, all these conditions, but by using the voice and creating a vibration, it’s actually affecting the electrical charge within you and creating the resonance.
Yeah, absolutely. I mean, there’s no easier way to get yourself juiced up, than to sing to sing especially to sing in groups. Like if anybody who’s listening is in a band or has made music you know how good and energized you are after the music and sound is so energizing, it’s energy and in jazz is up and especially when we use our voice, for humming or for chanting, it charges up the brain. It gets all your bones charged up and resonating, it just gets things flowing, it makes you breathe more deeply. And breath is really the cornerstone of electric health because when you think about it, like we can go for weeks without food and days without liquids, but we can only go a few minutes without breath. Right? So So breath is really where we’re getting most of our juice from And when you know again, from a chemical perspective, we’re like, oh, it’s oxygen, and we need oxygen, and it’s a gas and I got to get that gas in me. But oxygen has an electrical component. The oxygen molecule has four free electrons that bind to the hemoglobin in our blood electromagnetically. And that that is it. That is what gets dropped off itself is the electricity that fuels ourselves. And most of it comes from our breath. So the more freely and robustly and gratefully and openly we breathe, the more electricity we’re going to have in our system.
Yeah, wow. And do you find them with yourself and with people that you work with that life as life pushes us around? It’s it’s knocking our charge, if you like, our incoherence. And then by having certain practices and becoming more aware of, I guess, when you’re more coherent to the energy and not, then you can pull yourself back in much easier and create a much more vibrant way of being on a daily basis. And guess yeah,
coherence is really the key word. Because when a system is coherent, it’s all in sync. It’s, it’s like having a band that’s really tight, and everybody plays really well together. And so everything is groovy and feels good, right? That’s a coherent state, when when you know, your whole body is on board with itself. And what happens in life is we take all kinds of hits, you take emotional hits, physical hits, you know, all kinds of stuff that that put noise in our signal, any kind of traumatic experience, you know, becomes noise in your signal. And the more trauma we experience, the more noise we have, the less coherent we become. And it’s not our fault. And you can try no end of like supplements and things like that. But if your electrical system is running out of noise, and has a lot of resistance in it, too, because that’s the other place where it can go south is that places in the body where you have resistance free of tension, you end up with, like traffic jams of electrical energy, any place where you excess, or inflammation in one place is pulling energy away from somewhere else. So you’re going to end up with deficiencies, and excesses and noise. And so what my work with tuning forks does is we find the places of access, and we kind of liberate them, we get the body to become aware that it’s all jammed up there, just like sound breaks have kidney stones, it’s called lithotripsy sound also breaks up these electromagnetic log jams of, of inflammation in the system, which may be a like an over exaggeration of an emotional experience. For example, a lot of people who end up with left shoulder issues are carrying a lot of grief, a lot of sadness, a lot of heaviness, and it weighs down on the left shoulder. So there’s too much electric charge, there’s too much, you know, feeding of that. And so things get all stuck up. And so what we do to horses come in, we figure out what’s going on, break it up, get it moving along, and bring it back into circulation clear in the noises signal, and introduce a greater degree of coherence and flow. And so the more clarity and the more flow we have in our system, the stronger and healthier we become.
Yeah, beautiful, beautiful. And, you know, you did a couple of things, you triggered my thoughts, and that’s around emotions as well. And I’ve actually got something that I brought down earlier about emotions, fears, experiences, and beliefs that are keeping tension locked in different areas of our anatomy. And that becomes so familiar becomes a way of being a are you? Are you saying that we can almost spot target areas that are not moving to move those emotions? And also how much do you think emotions are held in the body? Because I know that feels like a foreign concept because we’re always going for the external to take something to try and suppress an emotion.
Yeah, and often you’re good at all raw emotions. Yeah, I think that emotion you know, the CDC says that 85% of disease is caused by stress. Okay, what Stress Stress is an emotion it’s an it’s an experience discomfort, it’s, you know, it’s it’s not knowing what to do with our feelings in them taking us down. And in our culture, we’re not, we’re not allowed to express. I mean, I grew up in a home where I was like, Stop your nonsense, like, you’re not allowed to express their six kids here. If everybody’s running around expressing their emotions, it would be chaos. And so just shut up. And so I was the youngest of six and like an extremely, like highly sensitive person who was always being teased and picked on and having emotions generated in me, and it wasn’t allowed to express them. And so I discovered those Lucky Charms box in the pantry very. There’s a big for me, I’m like two and a half I was like a stuffed doll on the floor of the pantry that is open box Lucky Charms, just like totally stuffing my emotions. And I did that for a really long time. Like, I was in my early 20s. And I was like spiritual, it’s like, oh, I don’t get angry, you know what I was so. And then I discovered that I was like, every time I started to get angry, because I wasn’t allowed to get angry, I would interpret that as a sugar craving. I’m like, I am ready right now. You know, I didn’t even know that somebody had just like, trespassed a boundary. And I had every right to kind of not be a doormat. Seeking sure as constellation. So, so this whole experience of what we do with our emotions is we tend to stop them. And when you stuff an emotion long enough, it really does have mass, I mean, here’s the thing, this is a totally different way of thinking about memories. If you think about it, every single thing we experience, whether it’s through our eyes, or nose or ears or sense of touch, it’s registered by the body as an electromagnetic impulse. Everything is translated in in the brain as an electromagnetic impulse and information. So it would make sense that all of our memories are stored in our bodies electrical system. Now, we don’t really learn about our electrical system, you know, we learn about the parts and pieces of the brain or the heart or the blood of the nervous system. There, we’re missing the forest for the trees, because there’s a whole electrical system that includes the electrical current that runs through the body that powers every single cell, every single everything function is running on this electric juice. Now nature, anything that has an electric current running through it has a magnetic field around it. And so our body’s electrical system as a whole is this electrical current and this magnetic field, science has been calling the field aspect, the bio field, in in an attempt to take something that’s been an aura or human energy field, and like what let’s bring science to this, right. But that this concept of the bio field has been sort of separated from the electricity in the body. So the people who are studying like the electrical rhythms of the heart, you know, are getting that there’s stuff going on in the magnetic field as well. There’s like this separation, that’s happened. But it’s illogical. Like, to me, the biofield and the body’s electrical system in its entirety, are one in the same. And it’s within this system. So the biofield is, it’s like a bubble. And it’s it’s fractally, the same as the Earth’s magnetosphere or the sun’s heliosphere that it doesn’t just sort of fade out, but it’s actually bounded by a protective membrane. And so just like the ionosphere traps, radio waves and the Schumann resonance, for example, the electrical pulse within the earth, and holds them as standing waves in the ionosphere cavity, our own memories are held when in standing waves within our own atmosphere. And so my work has been to actually map this field with sound like sonar, and to discover that it actually has an anatomy and physiology and that it holds all of our memory. And so if you fell out of a tree and hit your head, when you’re five, I can find exactly where that memory is in your body’s electrical system and your memory bank, I can access any memory precisely on anyone.
That’s amazing. That interpretation is absolutely amazing. Because Because I often think about hardware and software, like when I interpreted this, like the physical hardware, but then we have consciousness in the software and the electrical charge running through a body that because it’s not seen, we don’t believe, and yet, and yet every single moment of we’re inputting information into that software. And it’s up to us really having a free will and choice to to start to work with that. I mean, once Can you give us examples? Like what have you seen over the years of how effective this is? Are we talking, you know, like you say, free in the shoulder, people free in their emotions, to the degree that the I guess the body changes? I mean, what
I mean, people change really dramatically. I certainly changed extremely dramatically, through my experience with it all. And certainly I’ve seen the people around me who live this lifestyle who do this work, change dramatically. And yeah, it really is about becoming more free. That that’s really what it everybody wants to be free, you know, what does it even mean be free to be free of pain to be free of debt be free of self limiting beliefs to be free of, of stories and self doubt and wounds and blah, blah, blah. And, and to. So, through this work, I mean, we’ll just some concrete examples like on many occasions I’ve taken people who are very high on the pain scale and and up around nine or 10 on a pain scale, and taking them down to a one or a zero in 20 minutes. Wow. We just with tuning forks, just with redistributing the way the charge is flowing through their body are all jacked up with too much charge here, we’re going to come and refine it, we’re going to redistribute it, we’re going to bring it back into circulation and take you down out of that. So So physically with pain, certainly with anxiety, I’ve treated people you know, many people who have anxiety, what is anxiety, it’s just a pattern, it’s a rhythm, to habit. And so when you locate where that is in the field, you reflect that back to the body body wants to be in tune, it’s gonna be like, Whoa, even out that, right. And oftentimes, after just a few treatments, people have a completely different relationship with their anxiety and anxiety when it settles down, expresses itself creatively, and not just in art, but in just like cleaning your room making your bed. Like just, when you’re more coherent, you have the energy to just keep more order in your environment and stay on top of your tasks. Right. And if you’re stuck in anxiety and pain, you don’t have the energy for those things. But when you’re liberated from those distortions in your music, then all of a sudden you’re like at the sink, singing while you’re doing the dishes, you know, you’re being sent tropic, you’re, you’re alive. So, um, self limiting beliefs. I mean, God, we are so unlimited. And and, you know, it’s so amazing. It’s not just the sound, right? Because part of becoming free, like you were talking about, is in recognizing that we’re responsible for how we program ourselves, and, and what kind of speech we’re using, what are we thinking, what are we saying, what kind of tone of voice are using what kind of same old stupid story of victimhood or you just do the unconsciously spinning out when you can be like, you know, I am amazing, or whatever you want to program, this is how our software works. It’s garbage in, garbage out, like, and I think part of becoming conscious is realizing like, wow, I can actually consciously program myself. And if, you know, I used to sit around saying, I’m fat, I’m broke, my marriage sucks. I’m in debt bled the the the, that was what I was getting. And it was a reflection of all this incoherence that was in my field from all this programming, and my eyes and trauma and stress. And as all that started to get back out, and my signal started coming clear, I realized the power of a clear signal to use the power of sound to manifest materialize to, you know, sculpt life in a more empowered and playful way. Which is what everybody wants to do that.
Totally, totally, it’s amazing, honestly, I mean, I’m hoping I’m preaching to the converted here with people listening as well today, because we run retreats over here in Australia, and like I was mentioning earlier, we work with sound as well. Gentlemen I work with and, and what we’ve seen in just the space of three days when you when you recreate an app coherence reharmonization recentering. It’s phenomenal. And it’s it blows my mind that it’s actually not out there more and more people don’t actually know about this work. Are you hopeful for the future of medicine when it comes to this kind of work?
Yes, funny. I was just having conversation yesterday about hope and how I don’t like the word because I feel like a hope is sort of unsubstantiated. Like, maybe, yeah, yeah. And I don’t I don’t like investing energy and hope, in hope. You know, I want to substantiate that with action with faith with, you know, with making a difference. And so, you know, to that end, I have an institute that we conduct grant funded, peer reviewed research on the field. I’ve just compiled a whole bunch of information at my new website, electric health.com that has over 40 peer reviewed articles on the bio field on biofield therapies. So you can see that this is science. This is peer reviewed science. I also while I was researching my book, electric Body Electric health, I compiled dozens and dozens of articles from mainstream publications like National Geographic and nature and things like that, about the electrical nature of life about How soil bacteria is electric and about the moon is magnetic and, and the just awakening up to the fact that we are electrical beings we are in an electrical environment. This is backed by science. And when we look at life through this lens, it gives us the opportunity to see new solutions to old problems.
Yeah, beautiful. And how long have you been out? Your second book?
Let’s see. Um, it came out a week and a half ago.
No way. Oh, wonderful. Yeah, because I literally got a copy arriving any day, I was hoping it would come before the podcast.
Yeah, here it is all electric Body Electric health, using the electromagnetism within and around you to rewire recharge and raise your voltage. So
Amazing. Amazing. I have
an audio book too.
Yeah, brilliant. I have so much respect for anyone that writes a book I tell you, and get it out there. This is just a phenomenal task. And you know, within your question within your book, do you have practices as well? Like, can we can help us to retune? Because I think now people listening today because they’re like, Oh, my God, this all sounds amazing. Shit, what can I do? Like, is it?
What can you do? Absolutely. Yeah, I definitely wrote the book with the intention that I, I would Don’t be trying to sell you tuning forks or classes or anything like that, like I’ve learned so much about, really about our minds, because our electric body is it’s our conscious mind. It’s our subconscious mind. It’s our soul, because the essence of who we are consciousness. And so. So I’ve seen how people misuse their mind. Because I’ve, I’ve, I’ve really like, had the privilege of literally combing through people’s minds, 1000s and 1000s of people’s minds and seeing these patterns of imbalance and balance and the things that we do that don’t make any sense, just because everybody else is doing them. But so it’s really a book about how to understand your electric mind from the inside out to recognize when you’re leaning to port, like you’re going off kilter, you’re starting to separate and you can be aware like, Well, my ball fields floating over the right side, and I’m spinning out here, like I’m going to reel it in, I’m going to pull my electric body in, I’m going to bring my self to center, I’m going to take a big breath. And I’ll look at this from an aligned perspective, an electrically aligned perspective. And it’s amazing that when you are in electrical alignment, and you’re centered in your core, you see things more reasonably and rationally, right than being out in some fear or story or something like that. So it’s really about introducing people to their electrical system, their electrical mind, and, and different. And actually, a whole bunch of the book is about the biofield anatomy, and how you know, if you’ve paid in right hip, this is why because you overthink, and you overdo, and you need to reel that in and be mindful, like, do I really need to do something right now and my hip is hurting, like, no, I need to suck that energy into center, I need to sit down I need to rest, right? So So through greater self awareness and understanding ourselves. And this whole new dimension, really, all of a sudden, it gives you the power to start looking at things differently, thinking differently, making different choices and feeling much more empowered to do so. So there’s all kinds of different exercises, and you know, and of course, it’s always good, I think, to receive biofield tuning, it’s a very non invasive kind of cool thing to experience. And it really helps people to get unstuck. I think like more than anything, the people that I treat are coming to me, because they’re stuck in some way. They’re stuck in some emotional state, they’re stuck in pain, they’re, you know, they’re not moving forward creatively, or whatever. And that is a consequence of your wiring of your wiring, you are wired that way. And the neat thing is that the tuning fork can come in and literally find that wiring in your bio field and rearrange it so that it’s more anatomically correct. So that all of a sudden, you’ve liberated some of your potential brought in more coherence, and now more of you can show up and then you’re unstuck and then suddenly you’re writing that book or you’re, you know, cleaning out that closet that you didn’t have the gumption to deal with. And now you do because you’re more orderly and your space is going to reflect that.
Amazing, amazing. Thank you for sharing. It’s funny, my very dear friend of mine many years ago when I was on the path of changing going down this rabbit hole, he said, he always hammered home to me awareness is the first key to change, you know. And once you really get that everything starts to shift. And exact Yeah, forgotten. Yeah,
yeah, it’s really true as soon as you start to become aware and you really realize you have a choice. I had a choice, right?
Yeah. I asked everyone on the show a few questions and what is being a low point in your life that is later become a blessing.
Um, you know, I think that there’s this shamanic um… word, and I always forget what it is. But it’s like this whole idea of dissolution, where you were one character, and then suddenly you go through an experience where you lose everything. And then suddenly, you have to become a new character, you know, maybe the darkness or whatever, but I went through an experience of, you know, losing everything financially, my husband was hit by a drunk driver, and, and wasn’t able to work for three years, and the business that I like, everything disappeared, like even my name disappeared, and I ended up, you know, ground zero in a new place, knowing nobody having, you know, ruined credit, no money, nothing and having to start over from like, not even Ground Zero, but like worse than Ground Zero, get and, and nothing. And it was extremely excruciating to go through. But in hindsight, you know, that adversity, forced me to develop grit. And, and, you know, there was nobody to take care of me. And so, yeah, I think that I think that very often, what seems like the worst thing that happens to us actually does end up being a blessing, even even though it doesn’t know anybody’s going through that sort of thing right now, like you will come out the other side, and you’ll come out stronger, you’ll come out more humble. You know, for me, it was it was very, very humbling to have that experience. And I’m so grateful for it. And it gave me a depth of compassion, and understanding and resonance for people who are going through that sort of thing, you know, through no fault, often through no fault of their own. It was my husband got hit by a drunk driver, and it set my world into a total tailspin crashed and burned.
Yeah, wow. Yeah. Thank you for sharing that. I’m always fascinated to hear people’s responses from that. And it’s certainly it’s the same theme that comes through that we look back, and I always remember somebody saying, I think might have been Joe dispenza. I can’t remember. But a memory without the emotional charge is called wisdom. And, and it really sticks with me. Yeah, yeah. Beautiful. Um, what is your morning routine look like?
Uh, well, it’s changed in the last year. I, I used to be one of those people. I was like, Oh, good gin. Like, that’s dumb. But at the same time, I was traveling, I was on the road pretty much all the time, I was always packing and unpacking, hauling around a 50 pound suitcase, you know, constantly in motion. Really, functional exercise was was my thing. And so then my morning routine was to get up and to just go right to work, you know, just on my computer, like just right on it. But now I’ve actually started going in the gym and working out and COVID forced me to do that, because it was no longer pushing a suitcase. I’m 52. And I started to get like creepy and saggy. Butt so horrified. I was like, I need to stop this in its tracks and reverse. And so I started working with a trainer and I go five, six days a week to the gym. And I feel great. I feel I feel fantastic. And I work getting stronger and becoming more embodied more connected to your core, in creates all those feel good hormones, and it’s such a nice thing to look in the mirror and healing Damn, you know, and again, everybody wants to feel that way about themselves, you know, so. So, you know, if you’re on the fence about working out, I’d say do it because it is a worthwhile investment to keep yourself strong to keep yourself pumped up with feel good hormones. It’s just worth it.
Yeah. 100% I’m definitely preaching to the converted here, that’s for sure. Yeah. If you could have dinner with anyone from any timeframe anywhere in the world, or a few people at a dinner table. Another conversation. Who do you think it would be and why? Anyone jump out here?
Oh, yeah. It would probably be Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. Actually, Bob Marley is just I don’t know just I just feel really connected him I spent almost COVID in Jamaica. I’ve had a home there for a few years and I had the good fortune of being there for almost a whole year from December 2019 to the beginning of December 2020. And then I kept coming back to Vermont. I’ve done charity work in Jamaica, and I just really feel very connected to the spirit of Bob Marley and his wanting to unite people through music and soul sort of one love thing. You know, I guess I, I’m a hippie at heart. And I love to hang out with Bob Marley. Yeah.
Amazing. I’ve not had Bob on before. And who’s the other person you mentioned?
Yeah. And who is that?
He was a contemporary. He was in Bob Marley and the wailers. Right. Got Yeah, okay. Yeah, and also a solo artist, and just an incredible musician. And, you know, they’re just really soulful shamans, and probably really fun to hang out with.
I don’t doubt that in the slightest. Absolutely. Um, last question, with everything we’ve covered today. Is there anything you’d like to leave our listeners to ponder on?
Well, what I discovered with this work, is that when you get the noise out of people’s signal, and you amplify the harmony, that’s underneath. Everybody is beautiful, and amazing, and great. Like, everybody. And it’s been a really, a wonderful gift of this work for me, is to actually see into people’s souls to hear and to feel and to sense, their beauty and their gifts. And to be able to reflect that back to them and be like, Oh, my God, listen to this, like, that’s your heart. Listen, how amazing it sounds like you’re so beautiful, motherly, or whatever. And I’ll see people’s gifts, and I’ll be like, you have this gift, or, you know, multiple gifts, and I’ll reflect it back to them. And without exception, everybody has always looked at me kind of shyly, and said, I knew that. Because we all do know, our potential at our core, we do we know what our gifts are, it’s just the very few people have the capacity to reflect them back to us and say, I see you, and I believe in you. And you should believe in yourself too. So I just want to tell you all to know the beauty that’s inside of you, you already know it, believe in it and set out to realize it in the world. Because that’s the world needs is your beauty and your gifts. We all need that to, to find it in ourselves and to share it in the world like now more than ever. Yeah.
Amen to that. Thank you. And there’ll be for anyone listening, if you pause this, there’ll be links below to your website to your book, but just for people listening, where where’s the best place to send everyone?
Well, you can go to electric health.com and learn about electric health, the whole sort of introduced, like, get your mind blown with this false reality that’s been right in front of you that you’ve been missing. And also biofield tuning.com. And learn about about biofield tuning about the tune forks that we sell and classes that we offer and things like that.
Amazing. I thank you so much for coming on the show today. I deeply appreciate it and you’re sharing your wisdom. That was fantastic. Thank you so much.
Yeah, you bet guys, thanks.