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Thursday, July 30, 2015 | |
An ancient form of touch therapy that is simple and safe…often provides immediate relief!

Have you ever heard of Jin Shin Jyutsu? It’s the ancient Japanese art of mending, using pressure points to achieve harmony in your body.

According to this tradition, each part of the hand is connected to different emotions or organs. It can be performed at a basic level by people with no formal training. It’s completely natural and noninvasive, involving only your hands—no pills, potions, side effects or equipment.
Using the image above, you can find the right fingers to put pressure on to help relieve certain symptoms in your body.


If you put pressure on the thumb

You bring harmony to your stomach and spleen. You can also relieve nervousness, anxiety and depression. You can also relieve skin problems, headaches, stomach aches, and the sensation of constantly being ill.


If you put pressure on the index or pointer finger

You bring harmony to your kidneys and bladder. You can also relieve feelings of apprehension, as well as muscle cramps, back pain, tooth aches and digestive tract problems.


If you put pressure on the middle finger

You bring harmony to your liver and nerves. You can also relieve feelings of anger and uncertainty. You also improve your cardiovascular health, menstrual pain, issues with vision, and headaches.


If you put pressure on the ring finger

You bring harmony to your lungs and digestive organs. You can also relieve feelings of distress as well as ringing in the ears, breathing problems, and digestive problems.

If you put pressure on the little finger

You bring harmony to your heart. Feelings of tension, anxiety, and loneliness are relieved. You can also improve throat pain, flatulence, and issues with your bones.


My body can feel like a wreck sometimes so a little bit of harmony to help with my body’s health sounds good to me.

Jin Shin Jyutsu is not a substitute for appropriate medical care, good nutrition and rest. Rather, it is an integrative therapy that can help optimize quality of life for patients and caregivers, whatever the health challenges they face.

So give it a shot and let us know how it goes for you!

Source: Higher Perspective

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