tuning in


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tuning in,

v process in which a therapeutic touch practitioner centers himself or herself so as to be aligned with or “in tune” with a healing energy “frequency,” so that the patient may choose to join the practitioner (tune in) and experience healing.
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Warwickshire Police have issued a warning claiming the rumour might have originated from America where some radios are capable of tuning in a radio network called Sky.
Well, that's anyone's guess,but with around 6m fans tuning in,it seems this is one series which hasn't outstayed its welcome -just yet.
Entertainment television provides access to a wide audience tuning in week after week.