Susan Camilleri is the first qualified Biofield Tuning Practitioner and Beyond Quantum Healing (BQH) Hypnosis Practitioner in the Maltese Islands. She achieved her qualification in BQH in 2019 by training with Candace Craw-Goldman (BQH Founder); and in Biofield Tuning in 2017 after following three intensive courses in UK delivered by Eileen Day McKusick, founder of the Biofield Tuning Institute (Vermont, USA). Susan is also in possession of a Foundation Certificate in Sound Therapy from the Sound Healing Academy (UK) achieved in 2016. Susan was introduced to sound healing therapy in 2014 and since then she has been practicing sound therapy and alignment of the human biofield (aura), through the use of Himalayan singing bowls and tuning forks.
Susan started doing energy work since her introduction to Universal Energy therapy in 1993. In fact, after a two-year course in Universal Energy (UE) theory and practice, in 1997 she graduated as a Level 4 UE practitioner from the Open International University for Complementary Medicines (Colombo, Sri Lanca).
Susan combines Beyond Quantum Healing hypnosis technique with Sound therapy and Universal Energy modalities, so that she can work with her client's Higher Self, Spirit Team, Angelic Realm, Ascended Masters, and/or Higher Dimensional Beings to release old thought patterns, karmic ties and removal of any attachments, bringing all aspects of the client's Self into alignment. This restores and cultivates healing and inner peace within the Self, lineage, and connection to Universal Consciousness. BQH sessions are held either in-person or through long-distance online sessions.
During Biofield Tuning sessions, Susan uses a powerful technique that combines sound and crystal energy together with universal energy. This is a holistic technique for mind, body and spirit, which is very successful. She also specializes in distance healing where anyone can receive the benefits of this incredible practice wherever they are located. These distance sessions take approximately 60-90 minutes followed by a conference call (using Skype or Messenger) to discuss the findings.