- October 24, 2015
- 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
- California Institute of Integral Studies, 1453 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
BioSonic RepatterningTM is a method of healing that uses tuning forks to attune the nervous system and repattern mind, body, and spirit. We'll witness how this form of energy medicine, based on sonic ratios inherent in nature, has practical applications in the healing arts. Topics include the history of sound healing, the study of wave phenomena, sound and molecular science, sonic anatomy, voice and movement analysis, and sound as superconscious psychotherapy. We'll also discuss the alchemy of mind, the art of still point, cranial anatomy, sonic fields, chaos theory, and sacred geometry.
We will learn the theory and practice of healing with Pythagorean tuning forks through direct experience and group exercises. In addition, we'll explore techniques of ear reception, point stimulation, and overtone healing, and examine numerous case studies representing applications for children, relationships, psychiatric disorders, and addictions.
John Beaulieu, ND, PhD, is a naturopathic doctor, composer, sound therapist, and founder of BioSonic Repatterning. He also authored Music and Sound in the Healing Arts and has published numerous research papers. Beaulieu currently oversees molecular research on sound and the healing effects of tuning forks.