Distance Sessions Explained
A distance session is performed in a very similar way to an in-person Biofield Tuning session. You practitioner still works around a massage table as though you are lying on the table and the session begins with you and the practitioner focusing on your intention that you will receive exactly what you need during the session.
The session begins over zoom where we will have a quick assessment of where you're at and what I have intuitively picked up about you prior to the session. After this discussion, the zoom video is turned off so we can just focus on the sound during the session. You will be asked to have a space prepared where you can either sit or lay comfortably with your eyes closed. This will allow you to relax and tune into the sounds during the session.
You will hear the sound of the tuning forks and I will talk to you about what I'm noticing as I move through the session. You will be asked to share anything you notice in your body or mind while I gently guide you through the process. The important thing to ensure is that you are somewhere comfortable and away from the distractions of noise, your phone, and other people.
Why Distance Sessions Work
Eileen Day McKusick, the founder of Biofield Tuning, speculates that ‘all of nature, the universe, and creation is one unbroken, unified field of light, and that this field is holographic - meaning information present in one place is present everywhere else’.
With intention, just like picking a book off a library shelf, during a Biofield Tuning session the practitioner can ‘pick the file that is you out of the aether and place it on their table to read. The aether is the same as the Akasha, or Akashic record - it is the "cloud" that records every keystroke that ever is, was or will ever be, which means this information is accessible to anyone who knows how to tune into it’.
People who experience distance sessions describe the same state changes described by people who experience in person sessions. The same information that is accessible when the client is there in person is also accessible when the client is not ‘there’ but rather at a distance. edit.