The Jin Shin Jyutsu technique is an ancient art rediscovered by Master Jiro Murai (healer and philosopher), which originated in Japan and has been around for hundreds of years.
This technique is based on a very simple practice: it involves exerting pressure on the fingers of the hand. So, because each finger is associated with parts of the body, Jin Shin Jyutsu can reduce pain, but also stress, anxiety or sadness.
To undo the blockages that affect physical, mental or emotional health, it is necessary to apply pressure on the finger related to a specific organ or negative emotion.
Linked to the stomach and spleen, the thumb helps relieve abdominal pain, skin problems and headaches. Emotionally, it reduces stress, anxiety, worry and nervousness.
Connected to the kidneys and the bladder, the index finger acts on digestion problems as well as on pain in muscles, back and teeth. From a mental point of view, it would also act on shyness and fear.
The middle finger is connected to the liver and gallbladder. Physically, it acts on blood pressure, fatigue, menstrual pain, and visual or blood disorders. Emotionally, it helps regulate feelings of anger, mood swings, nervousness and bitterness.
4. Ring finger
Linked to the lungs and the large intestine, the ring finger helps relieve respiratory problems, digestive disorders as well as ringing in the ears. Morally, it drives away negativity, dark thoughts, fear of rejection, sadness and depression.
5. Little finger
Last but not least, the little finger is connected to the heart and the small intestine. It would act positively on heart ailments and bone problems while solving certain emotional problems such as insecurity, lack of self-confidence, pessimism or lack of energy.
You should know that Jin Shin Jyutsu is not a substitute but a complement to conventional medicine. It is not intended to replace your medical treatment. But rather as a complementary way to relieve your physical and emotional pains.
To master the technique, simply apply pressure to the phalanges of the chosen finger using the thumb and index finger of the opposite hand. This pressure will need to be maintained for a few minutes depending on the pain felt before switching to the same finger on the other hand. Having a cumulative effect, this exercise can be repeated as many times as you wish.
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