Janine Bolon: Hi. This is Janine Bolon and welcome to The Writers Hour Creative Conversations. Today, we have with us Gail Lynn, who is an author, intuitive healer, business leader, and the inventor of the Harmonic Egg. A revolutionary, vibroacoustic resonance healing chamber. Gail discovered Energy Medicine over a decade ago when three extremely competitive careers have left her with a medical diagnosis of severe cardiovascular stress. I wonder why, right? That’s the question. She was basically on the verge of an instant heart attack. She is here today to show us that light and sound were the keys to her finding her way back to health and how we can use this technology to strengthen our health reserves as well. Well, quick, what on Earth is the Harmonic Egg? This is the core of everything, right? So she gave me this wonderful definition and I can read it to you. The Egg is the next generation of frequency modalities and it’s creating a paradigm shift in our vision of how to use Energy Medicine for our health and well-being. Thank you so much for being with us today, Gail.
Gail Lynn: Oh my gosh. Thanks for having me. It’s so good to see you again.
Janine: Yeah. Gail and I have been working together for quite some time. And what’s lovely about our relationship is that we’re both healers but in very different modalities. I have so much respect for what Gail has been able to bring to our communities and to bring into the world through the use of the Harmonic Egg. So if you don’t mind us talking, tell us a little bit about the book, okay? If you don’t mind, tell us the title of the book and talk a little bit about what on Earth drove you to write about that.
Gail: Oh my gosh. That’s such a great question. It’s called Unlocking the Ancient Secrets to Healing and it’s why science is looking at the past for the future of medicine. It was written because I got tired of telling people what the Harmonic Egg was. Every day, clients are, “Well, can you explain it to me?” and so I felt like a broken record. I was saying it and saying it and saying it. And never in a million years thought I would be an author and write a book, especially if you knew my grammar back in the day when I lived in Detroit like I don’t even know if I can say it wrong anymore. I had seen things and I had went places.
Janine: Don’t you love it when our grammar comes through in our writing? Oh yeah, they can tell exactly what location of the United States you’re from.
Gail: Yeah, right. So I wanted to write it because I wanted to educate people on how there are ways that they could do healing through sound and light that’s non-invasive and no side effects. We’re sound in light beings by nature and so why not heal with sound and light? And so I kept being asked to write a book and tell the stories and so there it goes. I wrote a book.
Janine: And that’s one of the things I like to share with entrepreneurs as well as authors. When you catch yourself saying the same things over and over and over, it’s the universe’s way of saying, “Listen. Either you act like a broken record or write a book or make an online course or start a podcast program. There’s something that needs to happen in your creative process.” So talk to us a little bit about the Harmonic Egg and how you birth that whole device. I mean, it is an incredible journey and I know that the book may cover some of it, but the book doesn’t cover what you were going through emotionally as you were creating this thing. I mean, how did this even start?
Gail: Well, it started with my health being compromised because I worked in the very competitive careers of automotive, telecom, and Hollywood. And I almost had a nervous breakdown coming out of Hollywood. It’s just a fast-paced environment and I always thought I would do something to change the world, you know? Automotive wasn’t it and telecom wasn’t it and I thought maybe if I made a Hollywood movie it would be something that could help people with a different message it just wasn’t the movie that I wanted to create as a message for the world. And to be honest with you, I was always helping other people build their businesses and so I thought, “Okay.” Well, I had severe cardiovascular stress, I had migraines, I had cystic acne, and my hair was falling out. I was on thyroid medicine. I was told by eastern medicine doctors that my liver was too hot, too much liver fire. And I felt like things were spiraling out of control and I was going to cause a serious problem. Well, then I found sound and light therapy, but in my engineering mind, there’s no way that this could work. How can just some pretty lights and some nice sound [inaudible] magic?
Gail: My left brain was like there is no way in heck this is going to work. And then after a series of sessions, my asthma was gone. My migraines were less intense and less time for the migraine. And so, of course, everybody asked. Well, maybe it was the weather changed or maybe because I was in an [inaudible] state, you know? Because there’s no way this could work so I just dove right into it. I’m a researcher. I’m a private investigator. My birth chart shows a shaman healer and a private investigator, but that’s how I’ve always been. I’ve always just dove into it and look for the information. And I just thought there’s got to be a better way for people to heal and it just kind of downloaded so this all came through. I felt like it was Edgar Cayce’s influence, Royal Rife’s influence, and Nikola Tesla.
And for those of your audience that doesn’t know who they are, Edgar Cayce was the Sleeping Prophet. He could go to sleep and tap into someone’s body and people would record what their conditions were and what they needed to do for relief. He said in 1945 that if someone would bring together the spiritual forces of sound and the spiritual forces of light, it would be great therapy for the future. Nikola Tesla was all about the three sixes and nines. If you can discover the secrets to 3, 6, and 9, you can unlock all of the mysteries of the universe. So in the book, we describe how we use, 3, 6, and 9. And then with Royal Rife and his frequencies, he was brilliant in finding the frequencies to eradicate different conditions in the bodies. And so we’re now using frequencies in a resonant chamber with Tesla mathematics, with Edgar Cayce’s thoughts of bringing sound and light together. And it just feels like their consciousness came through and this was just a complete download. It’s brilliant; way more brilliant than this little body of mine.
Janine: And that’s one of the things that Newton talks about. You and I are both geeks. We get on Zoom calls and we kind of geek out about all of the things that we see coming together; that technology or timing wasn’t in place for it to happen. But I find it always fascinating that you were in the automotive industry. You were heavily set up on systemologies there because everything is highly automated. Everything has a system and processes and conveyor belts. Thank you, Henry Ford, right? And then you had the Hollywood part so that you’re very good at marketing and being entertaining as well as helpful, but it also helped you with sound and light. And you have the third business that you were floating around with and it’s like all of those aspects came in to play with the Harmonic Egg.
So, when it downloaded, it makes perfect sense to me that to your femininity, which is all that you express; you express so much. That you had these amazing male energies that were like, “Okay. Here are the analytics. Here are this or that,” because you already had that set up in your brain. And so one of the things about writing this book that you did on healing is that you’re like, “Okay. You’re going to sit down to just write or did you have a ghostwriter?” and that was one of the things that I thought, “Man, you are so courageous to make this happen.” You shared this with a writing partner, right? You had a ghostwriter and didn’t that have some discomfort as you were saying, “Oh. I just know that I know this.” I mean, tell me a little bit about that process.
Gail: Oh my God. It was a hot mess. I wrote chapter 1 and I thought I can’t do this. So I started reaching out to my resources and people that I respected and I said I need someone to help me because, first of all, I’m so close to my story. How do you tell your story when you’re so close to it without blabbering on? Because I’m telling a story and people are like, “Okay, get to the point. Hello, right?” And so I thought I just need somebody to support me so I found the perfect person. And you don’t look for the cheapest person, you look for somebody who understands your industry and who understands. I wanted someone who understood the spiritual part of where I was going, but also the engineering part of where I’d been. So she wasn’t the cheapest one but she interviewed me for 18 hours. And she then had the idea, “Let’s interview some of the musicians that have been in the Egg and some of the doctors that have been in the Egg and some of the clients that have been in the Egg,” and I didn’t want my name on it. I wanted it to be anonymous. I just didn’t want to be out there that way.
And she said, “Gail, how are you going to do interviews and speaking if your name’s not on it?” and I said, “Well, it’s not about me, it’s about the story of the Egg. I wanted it to be about the story of the Egg. The Egg telling its story on how it could support people and give people hope,” and she said, “No. Your name has to be on it and people need to know the story.” So she was brilliant and she would write and I would say, “I wouldn’t use these words, these aren’t words I would use. So let’s change this.” And then I wrote the dedication and she said, “This isn’t traditionally how we would do this,” I said, “This is what I want to do,” and she was like, “Okay, well it’s your book.” So she was beautiful and helping me find my voice. She even made me cry reading my story; the way she put it together. She was so amazing. There’s no way I could have put it together as well as she did and it made me cry when I read my own story.
Janine: And I think that’s one of the things for some people who write books and you wrote the book. I mean, that’s one of the things that I like to share with people like, “Yes, you had a ghostwriter,” but that ghostwriter had 18 hours of audio to go from so they could write the story, but really, it was just the interviewing of you. And this happens a lot with folks who are highly creative but maybe very audio in their understanding and processing of information. Asking an audio person, a clairaudient especially, to sit down at a typewriter and type is like punishment. It’s like a punishment. So I find it wonderful that you managed to find a ghostwriter who kept your voice. Now, when you’re collaborating with this amazing ghostwriter, how did you keep your voice? Was it just the words when you were editing? Kind of share with us a little bit about that process for somebody who might be interested?
Gail: I lost you. Tell me if you’re back.
Janine: I’m back.
Gail: Okay. So the last part of your question cut off. I know the question but the last part cut off. Do you want us to say it again? How do you want to do this?
Janine: I don’t know if it cut off in the recording since I’m recording on my end and I don’t know if it’s on your side. So let’s just go ahead and have you start up with the question. We’ll pause for a minute and then let Brian handle this.
Gail: So when she came on board with me, I needed somebody that would find all of the references in the science behind sound and light as well. I want to say that because she found 90 references to sound and light and science behind it so I wanted to make sure that that was in there as well. But when she talked about it, she would give me all of the edits of my recordings and she would use as much as my voice as she could but she would put in words that like I said I didn’t use some of those bigger words or words that you won’t commonly see people using in conversations. Because I’m more of a simple person; more authentic, and I cuss and swear and stuff like that. So when she brought that information to me, I would say, “No, I wouldn’t say it this way and I wouldn’t say it this way,” and so she would say, “Okay, fine. How would you say it?” And I’d rewrite it and then she’d go look at it again and she says, “Well, you’re just going on and blabbering on about this story and that story. Let’s just cut it off here because the point has been made.” I mean, I think the book could have been 500 pages if we just blabbered on about all of this, you know? Because I wanted to tell the story about how my dog ran away and I was so sad and she said, “You know what? Nobody cares about that.”
Janine: We know it was highly affecting you, however, we need to make this story march. As my editor would say, “We need to keep the pacing.”
Gail: Yeah. She helped me to hone in on what is important. What’s going to build my character, and what’s going to make people fond of this person named Gail Lynn; whoever that is. And they bonded more with the Harmonic Egg when they knew the backstory and so they were more engaged with their sessions when they know the backstory. They’ve read the book, and then they’re in the Egg; realizing what it took and how this came about.
Janine: And that’s the thing with any healing device of any kind, right? The backstory is almost as important as the device itself and I agree with that. So tell me, I want to hear it from your perspective. What have been the benefits for you to present yourself and your passion through a book to your specific audience? Because you’re not on Amazon with this book, and you’re not doing mainstream media for this book promotion. So talk a little bit about that sweet little rubble that we both know and love. Why did you decide to do it this way?
Gail: Yeah. Well, we did try to put it on Amazon. And time and time and time again, it wouldn’t go. We created an account, and it wouldn’t accept it. We created another account under a different name, and we tried all of these different ways. Finally, I talked to my writer, and I said, “You know what? Is it possible that the vibration of the book isn’t a vibrational match for Amazon?” and she’s like, “Oh my gosh. Yes, that’s it.” So I did try to use Amazon but the book almost has energy. The Egg is alive. The Egg has a consciousness and it’s almost like they said, “No. We don’t want to be on Amazon.” I’ve already sold 2500 copies without Amazon, okay? So if you have writers out there, you can do it. And it’s about the beautiful audience that I have. The people who support the Egg. The people who support others in their healing journey and raising your vibration; raising your consciousness.
Just being a beautiful soul of love and gratitude, and that vibration is catchy. And so people have just flocked to the Harmonic Egg to support the centers, to support me, and to support the book. I had a guy in Sweden who’s probably purchased 50 books, and he gives them out to everybody, and he’s a repeat customer. My sister is my fulfillment manager, and she’s like, “He’s ordered another block of books,” and it’s just so crazy that people love this book so much. They love the story. They love to have that hope of a different way of healing and experiencing this journey that we’re on as is human beings on planet earth. So yeah, it’s been lovely.
Janine: Well, I would love to learn what’s next for you. You have this book, you have this Harmonic Egg, and you have a manufacturing company that is producing these Eggs. So what started as an idea and telling your story and getting an Egg, I mean, holy crow. You have had so much that just kind of started erupting once you become as we lovingly call you Mother Goose or Egg Mama as you liked to say. So once you have the book out, what’s our kind of next steps for you after now?
Gail: I think there’s another book coming because what I’ve now researched is, how can we replenish our minerals with sound and light? How can we replenish some of those things that we would ingest in our bodies that maybe aren’t correct for our galactic being? How can we do that? I think there’s another book coming. We now have 43 centers open. We’ve gone International. We’re looking at International manufacturing. We have distribution in Canada. We’re looking at distribution and Europe. There’s no way I could have ever planned this in my lifetime. That this little being from Detroit, Michigan was going to have this movement. That’s what the Canadian distributors call it, a movement, We’re all in this movement. I am so blessed and so grateful. I know that if I can do it, anyone can do it. I just followed my passion. I just followed my dreams. And when I wasn’t following it, trust me, the universe was closing doors and blocking me off. I tried to resist this. I did not want to sign up for this and the universe is like, “Nope, you’re not going that way and not going that way. This is the only way you have to go,” and I was like, “Well, shoot, okay.”
Janine: So, here we go, right?
Gail: Here we go.
Janine: So if somebody wants to learn more about you, the book, and the whole enchilada as we say on this Harmonic Egg, what’s the best way to reach you?
Gail: It’s really easy. It’s harmonicegg.com. There are the locations, there’s a blog post, all of my interviews, and everything. We’re on social media everywhere as Harmonic Egg and it just seems to be a unique name.
Janine: Yes, it is. It’s a very unique name. So I think nobody will have any difficulties reaching out to you. Is there anything else you want to share with our fellow writers about your writing process? Or any tips that you’d like to give before we sign off today?
Gail: Let’s see. I think I would like to say that if you want to write a book and you can put your heart and soul into that book. Make sure you get a good cover design and make sure you find the right people that are going to be energetically involved with it and surround it with that love and that gratitude. Put your story out there. I can’t tell you how much respect I have for writers and people who have books out there now that I’ve done. It is a huge task, but take it as baby steps. Don’t try to eat the elephant all in one bite because then you’re going to get overwhelmed, and you’re going to stop doing it. If you feel like it’s a passion that you have to get your voice and your word out there, go for it, do not quit.
Janine: So there’s that wonderful little rubble that we’ll not give up no matter what the odds are. Well done, Gail. Thanks so much for being on The Writers Hour today. I appreciate you.
Gail: Thank you.
Janine: And this is Janine Bolon with The Writers Hour Creative Conversations. We broadcast every Friday. Feel free to pop by our website, authorpodcasting.com, where you’ll see archive situations and episodes that you can then look into. We’ll see you next Friday.