Angel Tuning Forks
How should I hold my Angel Tuning Fork?
The Angel Tuning Forks should not be held by the prongs. It will stop the vibration. The correct place to hold it is from The Stem Handle.
How do I make my Tuning Fork tone?
This can be done in several ways:
By tapping two angel tuning forks gently against each other- This method is used to get the loudest sound. Be careful not to nick them.
By using rubber mallet- This is also used for louder sounds.
By tapping on knee cap – This is another method for toning tuning forks. By tapping gently on knee, tuning forks can be toned. This method can be used for slightly louder sound.
By using activator- This is also used to generate slightly louder sound.
Using Thigh or Palm- You can use hard muscle such as the thigh near the knee or the firmest part of the palm of your hand to tone tuning forks for softer sound.
By using wood Mallet- This is done specially for the smaller sized Angel & Crystal Forks.
What should I remember while using the Angel Tuning Forks?
Keep your wrist flexible when holding the tuning fork.
Grasp it firmly at its end but keep your fingers relaxed
Bend your elbow when holding it. There shouldn’t be any tension in your arm, which travels to your hand and makes using the tuning fork harder.
Hold the tuning fork on its side so you’re striking only one of the prongs.
The “U” shape causes both sides to vibrate and produces a smooth soundwave.
Strike the tuning fork prong about one-third of the way from the top. This is important to get the best sound.
Why Aluminum Alloy Tuning Forks are better than Stainless Steel Tuning Forks?
The Aluminum Angel tuning forks sustain longer pure tones as well as rich sustained overtones, which create a deeper and richer experience. Overtones create an atmosphere where one can connect with one’s multi-dimensional essence.
Aluminum alloy forks are softer than steel forks, so they are easier to use for longer sessions. Aluminum forks lasts longer. We have seen that even a 15-20 years old Aluminum fork vibrates and give rich overtones the same way like a new fork. Aluminum forks are cheaper in price than steel forks.
Accuracy & Quality
Quality of tuning forks mainly depends on 2 factors – type of material used and frequency accuracy. Our suppliers never compromise on these two factors. With years of experience behind them, they are able to produce one of the finest tuning forks available in the market especially for healing purpose. All the tuning forks are made from special grade Aluminum alloy and frequency is guaranteed to tuned to an accuracy of +/- 0.25%, which is very good healing grade accuracy.
All our Forks are machine-made and not molded or cast, which makes them superior in quality.
For more information about how to use tuning forks check out Tuning the Human Biofield by Eileen Day McKusick.