There are many alternative healing techniques including reflexology, acupuncture, massage therapies and these methods have been used for hundreds of years in the traditional Chinese medicine, Egypt and other countries in the Far East. Despite the fact that these alternative medicine techniques originate from ancient China, they have become popular in Europe and America over the last decade and today they are practiced in many countries worldwide.
People in Asia have used the alternative healing techniques to alleviate pain, relieve tension and also to treat various physical, mental and emotional conditions, including stress and trauma.
What is Jin Shin Jyutsu?
Jin Shin Jyutsu is an alternative healing technique or more precisely an old oriental system of balancing life energy and bodily functions.
The Jin Shin Jyutsu is a system and philosophy and it is relatively unknown in the Western countries, but practitioners claim that it is one of the most efficient methods that help the patients to get rid of anxiety, sciatica, depression, PTSD, back pain as well as neck pain.
In the early 1950s, Jin Shin Jyutsu was first practiced in the United States by an Asian-American woman named Mary Burmeister. Namely, Mary learned this technique from Jiro Murai, a specialist in this healing method from Japan.
Below we are going to present you a video that will help you understand how the Jin Shin Jyutsu method is performed. This specific healing technique is focused on pulling and/or pressing every finger on human hand.
Practitioners explain that this alternative healing method efficiently eases the negative effects of unwanted emotional conditions such as depression, anger, fear, anxiety and grief. Experts highlight that each finger of your hand plays a different role.
According to the practitioners, this technique is beneficial for both men and women, and it is completely safe for children. For this method you will need only 1 minute and there is nothing to lose. So, why don’t you try this technique and thus solve some serious health issue?