Benefits of Biofield Tuning, Surprisingly Awesome Energy

I’m sharing this terrific post written by my teacher, the originator of Biofield Tuning, Eileen Day McKusick.
This sonic style of healing energy work has surprised and impressed me from the beginning, and continues to do so with every client I treat.
Do give me a call, a text, or an email if you would like to experience a remarkable energy session of tuning.
I truly believe this vibrational modality is the wave of the future.

Who Can Benefit From Biofield Tuning
August 1, 2018
by Eileen Day McKusick

Conditions that may be improved via Biofield Tuning: 

  • Pain
  • Anxiety
  • Adrenal stress
  • Digestive issues
  • Menstrual issues
  • Depression
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Addiction
  • Fear/phobias
  • Panic attacks
  • Vertigo
  • PTSD
  • Migraines/headaches
  • Restless leg syndrome
  • “Stuckness”
  • And more…

Please note that these claims are based solely on anecdotal evidence—my observations and those of my clients over 20 years of clinical practice. Please also note that Biofield Tuning is not intended to be used to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any medical problem or psychological disorder nor is Biofield Tuning a substitute for seeking professional health care advice and services.  I perform an assessment and balancing of the body’s energy matrix, supporting the body in healing itself.  Please refer to my Disclaimer for further disclosures.

How it appears to work:

Tuning forks appear to work therapeutically according to the physics principles of resonance and entrainment. Initially they resonate with whatever distortion or dysfunction is present in the body and its field, and then, through the production of a stronger, more coherent frequency, they entrain the body into a more coherent expression as well.

Since everything in the body is in motion, and everything in motion produces pressure waves into the surrounding environment, it makes sense that there is actually an acoustic field of inaudible sound around each individual. Most people have had the experience of getting a “bad vibe” off of someone.

The overtones and undertones produced by the tuning forks interface, like sonar, with these acoustic emanations of the body and act as a sort of “invisible ink decoder” to locate areas of noise in the signal. These pockets of noise are held like nodes or eddies in the standing waves contained within the biofield and may relate to experiences of physical, mental or emotional stress from any point in our lifetimes.

When the corresponding signal of noise in the body due to a dysfunctional system can be located in the field, the precise application of sound – which may be as far as five or more feet away from the body – can cause the body to self-regulate out of the noise and into a more harmonious expression.

While it’s not possible to provide guarantees, the outcome of this targeted sonic-induced relaxation can be immediate and profound, reducing anxiousness, discomfort, and other distresses right on the table, with other benefits unfolding in the days following a session. Results can be both short term as well as long term and even permanent. The effects of multiple sessions are cumulative and a minimum of three sessions is generally recommended but not required.

– Eileen Day McKusick

(For a summary of how a session unfolds, see my post, Biofield Tuning: Amazing, Remarkable, the Next Great Thing for You  – Diane.)

Enhance your wellbeing.  Make a BIOFIELD TUNING appointment in Phoenix or Fountain Hills. Inquire about our weekly healing class, Tuesday evenings in Phoenix. Free meditation classes in Fountain Hills.
(Here’s a pic of my tuning forks 😉
my forks DS w sparkle


Posted in biofield, Disease Relief - Prevention, Energy Body, Energy Healing | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Scary Truth at the Super Market

What can I do when my diabetic hubby proudly comes home with 5 giant bottles of soda pop because they were 5 for 1, a screaming deal??
“Aaaargh!!” (I can scream.)

I have been frightened of the supermarket for years!
How can we resist when they sell the good chips at 2 for 1 or mark down the best cookies to 99 cents?

How do you steer clear of those free snack samples?

The empty Carbs haunt us in every aisle.

More than 60% of the groceries we Americans buy are highly processed with chemicals, too much sugar and fat.
Compared to 1970, we are eating 500 more calories a day, more Carbs and refined grains, more added sugars and fats.

You’ll hear junk food calling your name dozens of times all over the store.

Researchers tell us that sugary drinks and soda pops sit in about 25 different places in the store. Junk foods dance in about 40 different places.

How many places can you find an apple?
Like, one. One place.

If you miss the cokes and chips in the past two aisles don’t worry, you’ll catch them on the end cap of another aisle. (OMG wait, did that say 3 for 1??)
If all else fails, grab them at the checkout lane, along with assorted candy.

The checkout area is designed for impulse buying of chocolate, candy, cookies, more chips and sodas, why not?
The same junk food and candy is offered at the checkouts of hardware stores, office supply stores, clothing stores, pharmacies, gas stations, just everywhere.

What’s wrong with this picture?
All this junk is worsening our heart disease, diabetes, and cancer, and more.

Did you know that in many low-income neighborhoods, grocery stores promote super-cheap soda pop deals the same week when people receive their food stamps (now called SNAP benefits)? The store grabs for their business.
No doubt people enjoy soda pop, but at what cost to health?

Is this just the way of the world, or can we take charge of our own destiny?

Shop Healthy:

  • Plan a wholesome menu and use a shopping list.
  • Imagine your hands chained to the cart to prevent impulse buying.
  • Go to the perimeter of the store for colorful produce and healthy protein.
  • Stay away from the middle aisles which are loaded with junk food.
  • Every week try a new fruit or vegetable for fun!
  • Buy fresh vegetables or frozen (not canned).
  • Choose lean cuts of meat without skin.
    Avoid salty processed meats.
    Eat more chicken than red meat.
    Try fish twice a week.
  • Go for 100% whole grain items, not refined.
  • If a food contains more than 5 ingredients or any artificial ingredients, it’s probably not good for you.

What other good tips do you have for us? Please share 🙂


Buying Organic Produce
Your Microbiota are Hungry!  Feed ’em!
Quiz: How to Stop Toxins, Drop Weight, Feel Good

Diane Stallings RN does Biofield Tuning, energy healing, health coaching, and gives you practical ways to lift your wellbeing.  Make a appointment in Phoenix or Fountain Hills. Inquire about our healing class, Tuesday evenings in Phoenix, and free meditation classes in Fountain Hills.
(Thanks to wikimedia and needpix for this combined image.)
Planking_in_supermarket wikimedia Aaargh needpix


Posted in Digestion Nutrition, Disease Relief - Prevention, Weight Loss | Tagged , , , , , | 3 Comments

Quick Fun Puzzle Story: Escape the Maze

Escape the Maze

Consumed with confusion I surfaced in one of my favorite places on the planet, God knows why. In a fog I grabbed for clues the way you do after a drunken night. Only I couldn’t remember drinking a drop. I couldn’t remember squat, except here I am, I am here. Solid surface under my feet. Dampened footsteps, my own. Barriers on either side of me, close. Pain in my head.

The murky haze uncurled. A wall of old stone scraped against my bare arm, ouch. It was a narrow passage between rough walls.
A breeze kicked up and blew on the mist. Odors of algae and mold wafted in.
Now I saw this was a tiny street, only thirty feet until it butted into a left turn.
I passed a door with a lion-face knocker. I knew places like this. Where was I?

The street was made of flat hewn stones as big as grave markers, blank, some with an open slot in their center.
Yes, I thought, I know this place. Haven’t I been here before?
Pain bloomed in my head. Clarity, I needed clarity.

Turning left as required, I came upon a young man mumbling French, staring at his cell phone. He turned it, turned his body with it, scratched his scruffy jaw, and walked off ahead of me. Oddly I could feel a strong mix of worry, fear, and logic pouring from him.
He seemed to know something, so I followed him, mentally rehearsing my few words of French. I needed answers.

His legs stretched fast through the confusing passages. I hurried after.
He picked up the pace. Did he think I was chasing him? Middle aged woman pursues tall dark youngster.
He poked into a tunnel, changed his mind, came back into the street.
I gained on him.
But he pulled away, now right, now left, now through a small piazza.

Yes, a piazza, I thought, surprised with my smarts.
Here sat a tiny sidewalk cafe, four tables and a round fellow munching a cornetto.

“What’s the rush?” he asked in an American accent.

“I’m not sure.” But inside I felt compelled.

“Folks keep running away with their GPS.”

“To where?”

He shrugged. “Don’t know. You want a cappuccino or espresso? Might help your head?”

How did he know about my head?
His lethargy floated into me.
My feet itched to move. The longer I lingered, the foggier I felt.

“No thanks, I need to go.”

I took up the Frenchman’s direction into a street of tiny shops, all closed.
Utterly alone I pushed through the maze.

A hint of panic arose at the next choice: left or right?
Hell, I told myself, just move.
I heard nothing but the pounding pulse of my headache, louder when I focused upon it.

What was I doing here? It was like a nightmare, but no, I could feel everything. My head wanted to explode.

Now a grim teenager bent over her phone came straight toward me. She brushed by without looking up. I caught a whiff of her urgency, the tight angry bite of her teeth. Maybe I should follow her? But why?

The next bend opened wider, and I walked into a cloud of high anxiety.
An older woman slumped against a wall and wrestled with a paper map.

“The signs!” she cried when she saw me. “I’ve lost the signs!” Her arms dropped helplessly.

“Street signs?” I looked up at the walls and realized I had not seen any signs.

“The guiding signs!” She clenched her fists and wept.

“Guiding signs?”

“Per Rialto!” she sobbed.

“Per Rialto.” Oh, it was Venice! I mistakenly slapped my forehead, whacked my headache. Those yellow signs, she meant, those “for Rialto” signs pointing through this crazy labyrinth to that classic bridge and beyond.

“Yes,” she whimpered.

“Why do you need to get to Rialto?”

“Everybody needs to get there! Haven’t you noticed?”

“Well, I -”

“In the shape you’re in, I thought you knew.”

My shape? I wondered.

“But you’re not bothered, are you? I can feel how mellow you are compared to everybody else,” she said. “You’re bewildered and hurting, but mellow underneath. You’re helping me feel better right now.”

“I am?”

“You are.” She wiped her face dry. “Shall we join forces?”

“I guess so.” I wanted to clear my mind and make sense of things, find a farmacia and get some aspirin.

She smoothed out her map and glanced up at the narrow slice of sky. “If only we had the sun, we could at least get a cardinal direction.”

“You don’t have a cell phone?” I asked.

“Nope, never learned how to use one.”

And where the hell was my phone, I wondered.

We started again, passing locked doors and windows. Everything so quiet, it must have been early morning. The fog made sense.

“We will feel so much better when we cross that bridge,” she said. “But your attitude helps me already.”

“Ignorance is bliss, I guess. I’m clueless about all this. I haven’t been able to think straight.”

She gave me a sidelong look. “That’s not surprising, since you’re missing half your head.”

“What?!?” In a dark window I discovered my left hemisphere was gone, smashed, exploded already. How? When?

“No!” I cried, “No, no, no!” I sank against the wall, slid my butt to the ground.

“Now listen,” she said in a school teacher tone. “We’re okay. We’re moving on. It’s our time.”

“No, no!”
My shape, my beautiful shape! The shape I’m in. No wonder my head throbbed.

“Don’t crap out on me now, Girl,” she said. “Chin up, or we’re doomed. You don’t want to get trapped here. I’ve been stuck too long.” She yanked on my hands. “We gotta go. We gotta get to Rialto bridge. We gotta get to the light.”



©2019 Diane Langlois Stallings
(Thanks to MaxPixel and that photographer for this image.)

Posted in Light, Spirituality | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Get Your Reiki I and II, Saturday Sept 28

Calling all Lightworkers (yes, you)
Get Your Reiki I and II
instruction and attunements (and/or refresher attunements)

  • Be a pipeline of healing energy without spending your own personal energy.
  • Feel refreshed and renewed after running energy for yourself or others (not depleted).
  • Tune in to the finer points of easily doing in-person and distance healing.
  • Receive the sweet energy of your Reiki I and II attunements.
  • Give and receive Reiki treatments on each other. Be rejuvenated!
  • A screaming deal, only $80 and 4 hours of your time. (Although if we get a larger group we may go longer.)

Location: And Breathe
301 E. Bethany Home Rd, Suite C191 (S.E. corner of courtyard), Phoenix 85012

Saturday September 28, 2019
10:00 sharp, until 2 p.m.
– bring a brown bag lunch and a tall water bottle. Hydration helps energy move!

Workshop host Reiki Master Diane Stallings RN has been doing Reiki and other forms of energy work since 2004. Teaching Reiki since 2008. See

Call/ text/ email or FB msg Diane Langlois Stallings to sign up and place a deposit
480  246-2783  /

CLASS SIZE LIMITED  to the first 12 people who sign up – fee is $80
Please RSVP to Diane before September 23 to get in.

Reserve your spot with a $40 deposit. (Remaining $40 balance is due at event.)
You will get email preparation instructions on Sept 23 to prime your spirit for the 28th.

Looking forward to FUN   ❤

Diane Stallings RN does Biofield Tuning, energy healing, health coaching, and gives you practical ways to lift your wellbeing.  Make a appointment in Phoenix or Fountain Hills. Inquire about our healing class, Tuesday evenings in Phoenix, and free meditation classes in Fountain Hills.

Reiki hands Wikipedia


Posted in Energy Healing, Self Healing | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Urgent – Please Chill Out Friendly – Sooner, Not Later 

Please relax now, today.
Whatever is pressing you, let it go.
Relax all week, all month, all year.
Things on this planet are getting much too uptight.
We must cool down.
Any vibe of anger builds more anger, whether it is righteous anger or not.

When we rage (even silently) at our crazy politicians, situations, co-workers, immigrants, neighbors, partners, it does not matter where the rage is directed, that anger itself attracts more of the same vibe.

The anger vibe piles up. The Earth is overloaded with anger, and (believe it or not) She must process and deal with the heat we spew out.

My non-physical friend urged us this week, now more than ever, to let go, relax, send peace, because if we don’t, much damage will occur on the Earth.
(Non-physical friend? Yup.)

Everything is true.
Somebody somewhere holds an odd opinion as true. (Present company included.)
No matter how wrong or misguided we think they are, we cannot change them.

All we can do is allow them to be part of the whole kaleidoscope.
Stop fighting.
“Hate begets hate” -Gandhi.

When we take on anger and fear, we poison ourselves and our environment.

It’s a vibrational thing. Tell me you don’t feel it when somebody brings a bad mood into your room, your office, your home. Of course you feel it.
We have mirror-neurons. We mirror others.
We are empaths, more than we realize.
Emotional frequencies seem to grab us.

It’s up to us to stabilize, keep calm, chill out.
An unruffled person naturally uplifts others, even without knowing it.
They lighten up the workplace, the neighborhood, the town.

Sages and scientists tell us all is vibration and waves of energy.

Vibration/ frequency/ tone/ mood matters.
YOUR vibration/ mood matters. You are affecting the external world with it.

Too many of us are hot-headed.
Climate change is already upon us for the past 3 years or more.
Can we repair it?
Scientists say the only leverage we have is in the next 5 years.
Because of us, one million species of animals and plants face imminent extinction now.
The human animal is next on that list.
Potable water is already drying up.
We will have more floods and fires, starvation and disease.
How many hundreds of millions of humans will die or be displaced?
We will deal with this one way or another.
We will have to come together to survive.

What if we come together now, and bring in the frequency of peace and friendship?

I don’t mean to scare you, but this is urgent.
Don’t go into fear.
Steady the course.

Let us chill out, relax on purpose, find the love within our life and spread it around.

How to Chill Out?

Meditate to that place where nothing is wrong. (It is a real field of Being. It is higher Reality.)

Gratitude Journal – write even one blessing a day – who and what do you love and enjoy?

Meridian Tapping will release trauma, fear, anger, and many other troubles.

Biofield Tuning is a great way to drop baggage and lighten up.

All forms of prayer, energy healing, breath-work, grounding to Earth, connecting with Nature will help. Send love and gratitude to Earth.

Stop that daydream of giving your enemy (or politician) a violent death.
Can you imagine pelting them with daisies?
They are part of the kaleidoscope – God knows why.

Can you share more chill-out ideas for us . . . ?
Please share this post. Then run a bubble bath and relax . . . 😉



Lift the Chaos
Float to Big Mind, Relax into Spaciousness
How Bad Energy Gets Stuck, How to Drop It
Disturbed? Attacked? Don’t Collapse into Victim World

Diane Stallings RN does energy healing, Biofield Tuning, and gives you practical ways to enhance your wellbeing.  Make an appointment in Phoenix.  Healing class at And Breathe, Phoenix. Free meditation classes in Fountain Hills.
(Thanks to Pixabay for these peaceful doves.)
world-hands w doves pixabay

Posted in awareness, Meditation, Self Healing | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Soar Out the Colorful Doorway to Dreams

This doorway is clear, clean, glowing.

Behind you, grey clutter.
The dregs of the day want release.

Before you, puffs and swirls.
Colors rise like mist.
Now orange, lime, lavender, baby blue.
Gather and scatter the dreamscapes.

Pave the way first.
Let go the silliness, sadness, stress of today.
Wild and wooly it was.
Be not encumbered with nonsense.
Put that baloney into a bubble.
It flies away into the night – say goodbye.

Reset to gratitude.
Thank You for my comfy bed, my roof overhead,
sunshine, moonshine, dragonflies.
Every cool thing.
Oh, that other fabulous bit too.
And that one sweet moment today.

How lucky you feel.

Lighten up: put your wings on.

What will it be tonight?
What stories may arise?
What fantasies?
What Letter from Home?

Perhaps messages will emerge.
Or not.
Anything is possible in the Funiverse.

No limits.
Roller coaster or float.
No work, no effort.

You can see friends you love, in this world or That.

The essential news is Love.
Love from Home, underneath all forms, sensations, interpretations.

Love enlivens That and This, both sides of the doorstep.

Dive in!
Dive up!
Soar . . . and don’t come back till morning 😉


Get Your Good Sleep with this Simple Breath Count  
You Need to Know the Point for Anti-Nausea and Insomnia
6 Remarkable Powers of Sleep and How to Get There
Diane Stallings is keen on the field of harmony beyond mundane chaos. Catch one of her meditation classes in Phoenix or Fountain Hills. Inquire by email.
(Thanks to Diane for catching this pic in the Roman Colosseum – feel free to fly to ancient Rome in your dream tonight. Tell us how it goes?)
Arch Rome by DS

Posted in awareness, Meditation, Self Healing, Spirituality | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Got Water? How to Save us from Thirsting to Death

If we don’t handle this emergency, by 2050 more than 40% of our world population will be gasping to survive without water. Already cities like Chennai India are running out of water. But so are Melbourne Australia, Sao Paulo Brazil, Cape Town South Africa, Beijing China, Jakarta Indonesia, and Los Angeles USA.

We earthlings have tripled our consumption of water since 1950 because of our expanding population, higher food and clothing production, more demand for electricity, and water-sucking industries that make the material goods and gadgets we have come to love and expect.
(Hot Tip: drop expectations ASAP.)

What else did we do since 1950?
We polluted the whole planet: soil, water, and air, inducing climate change and drought in farmlands!
We’re going DRY.
We need to cooperate with each other like crazy.

Yes, you want low-water-use faucets, shower heads, toilets (all of which became standard in 1994). And just like Barney the purple dinosaur sang, “you never let the water run” while brushing teeth or washing dishes.
*Turn the water off briefly while washing your hands, too, why not?

*Some people find their skin feels better with fewer showers (not daily showers).

*You can put a bucket in your shower, catch that first water (when you adjust temperature), and save it to flush your toilet.

*To make an older toilet “low-water” keep a half-gallon jug of water in the tank.

*Speaking of toilets, you don’t have to flush them every single time. Let it mellow.

*Go for energy-star appliances that use less electricity and less water.

*If you have a fairly new dishwasher and you run full loads, you will use less water than washing dishes by hand.
*Does everything have to be washed so often? Must your car be washed (150 gal)?
Your laundry (35 gal)? Can you wait a little longer?

We gotta treat our tap water like gold, because it is (just ask the southern Californians).

But here’s the rub –
The average American uses 2220 gallons of water a day, and 400 gallons of that is “visible” in personal, household, and lawn use.

The invisible part (1820 gallons a day!) is called our “virtual water-footprint.”
This 80% is our indirect water which supports our food, drink, clothing, transportation, heating, cooling, electricity, appliances, electronics and more.

Indirect water use:
Power plants use 20-60 gallons of water to produce one kilowatt-hour of electricity. Experts say 600+ gallons of this water per person per day is spent in household electricity.

It takes 100+ gallons of water to grow and manufacture a pound of cotton. The average American buys 35 pounds of new cotton material per year (3500 gal).
(Some sources say 700 gallons for one T-shirt; 2000 gallons for a pair of jeans!)

*Think of the water we could save if we buy secondhand clothes.

The manufacture of one cell phone takes 240 gallons of water.

One serving of chicken costs 90 gallons of water to produce.
One beef serving needs 600 gallons or more.
It takes 55 gallons of water to grow the coffee beans used in one cup of coffee.

*Recycling 1 lb of paper (about one newspaper) saves 3.5 gallons of water (in new paper production).

(BTW these numbers vary on different research sites, but you get the general idea.)

Indirect water use, the virtual water-footprint, surprised me. You?
See the water calculator to measure your own water-footprint amounts.

On that site their best advice is, if you really want to conserve water:
*Recycle everything you possibly can.
*Buy as many recycled goods as you can (instead of new products).
This will reduce the water demands of industry, which is our biggest expense.

Cheers to the coming fashions – I wear your Grandma’s clothes!



*(Yup, these little stars are ideas to save us from thirsting – a bit.)

Please share more ideas!

Wake Up, Mother Earth Needs Your Love

(Thanks to pexels for this image.)
pexels-freephoto pier turquoise water

Posted in awareness, Self Healing | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment