Entrainment 1-4: Tuning Forks for Healing

Tuning forks for healing:

Let’s continue with our tuning fork example to explain how entrainment works with vibration and healing the body. A sound healer uses medical-grade, weighted tuning forks on the body and unweighted tuning forks above the body to generate and introduce vibrations at a specific frequency.

A weighted tuning fork has weights on the ends of the fork tines to allow for a much longer vibration at a lower volume. They are designed to be place directly on the skin, and the medical community has been using them primarily for diagnostic purposes from muscle to neurological testing.

Emergency response personnel have traditionally used a 128hz weighted tuning fork to check for broken bones at the accident scene. The 128hz frequency will vibrate bones to an extent that the ends of broken bones will cause extreme pain.

An unweighted tuning fork is used above the body in specific areas to affect the body’s biological energy field or biofield. While there is still a physical reaction to the cells of the body even though the tuning forks are not in direct contact with the skin, unweighted tuning forks are generally used for balancing or aligning the nervous system and healing emotional trauma.

When a sound healer strikes a weighted tuning fork and places it on the skin, the adjacent cells immediately start to vibrate due to the physical transfer of vibrations between the cells. With each successive strike and placement of the tuning forks, the vibrations will transfer further and further into the surround cells.

There are physical changes occurring to the cells due to the frequency of the tuning forks that have been tested in a lab, but we are specifically focusing on the effects of entrainment and resonance on the body with tuning forks.