Experts in the News
19 Jan, 2013
This article takes the symbol of the snake and the myth of the snake goddess and looks at the role of archetypes and myths in both Western and East Asian Medicine. While much of her discussion is based in Jungian psychology, she also draws in the cross-cultural ideas and the creation of the myths to give us a grounded sense of what the Year of the Snake could facilitate for us energetically.
18 Jul, 2012
There is no greater and living resonator of sound than the human body. Sound has an effect on each atom of the body, for each atom resounds. —Hazrat Inayat Khan
15 Aug, 2011
This article explores strategies to deepen our connection to the natural world, with a particular focus on the archetypal significance, correspondences, and cross-cultural symbolism of the tree. An exploration of trees, ecopsychology, depth psychology, and Jungian archetypes are examined in the context of East Asian Medicine, and Acutonics.
Deepening Our Connection to Nature, Earth, & Self: Alleviate Stress with Acutonics and The Three Treasures
16 Jan, 2011
This article explores the correlation between the stress to our planet and the rise in human distress and stress-related illnesses. Specific approaches that are designed to reduce the chronic stress response and improve health are presented. These techniques can be used with acupuncture, acupressure, or through the application of tuning forks to acupuncture points. Specific emphasis is placed on the use of simple point protocols including the Three Treasures and Buddha's Triangle, the therapeutic use of Acutonics® Gem Tips, is also introduced.
18 Sep, 2008
In celebration of the Earth Issue of this Journal we are sharing excerpts from our forthcoming book Acutonics® From Galaxies to Cells: Planetary Harmony, Science, and Medicine. This new text for the Acutonics Healing System explores the science, myths, archetypes, and healing correspondences of the Planets and demonstrates through treatment protocols and case studies how these powerful energetics can be integrated into the practice of East Asian Medicine.
25 Jun, 2007
This article focuses on Arlene Myers, Acutonics Practitioner and Senior Faculty Member, and owner of Acupuncture and associated Therapies in Mashpee, Massachusetts. It explores her work with tuning forks and gongs.
3 Jun, 2007
An interview with Donna Carey and Ellen Franklin that explores Acutonics® as a non-invasive, yet deeply powerful and transformational healing system that uses sound vibration to re-harmonize and attune the human energy field to achieve optimal health, actualization and wholeness.
19 May, 2007
Everything in the universe vibrates, from the smallest particle, to the planets in our solar system, to the billions of stars in the Milky Way Galaxy, creating patterns of geometric waveforms, frequencies, intervals, and sounds. This article explores the use of sound to help us deepen our connection to our spiritual path and wellbeing by reuniting with something greater than self. A therapeutic use of a variety of approaches are explored including chanting, meditation, yoga, Tibetan Bowls, Bells, Tinchas, Tuning Forks, and Drums.
10 Apr, 2007
This article explores the use and application of a variety of sound healing tools in the practice of Massage and Bodywork. It discusses the basic principals of sound healing including resonance, frequency, and harmonics and explores a range of techniques being implemented by practitioners.
25 Apr, 2006
All of us continue on our quest for a paradigm of healing that will breathe and grow and change as we and the world of medicine continue to evolve.