Mary wrote 3 Self-Help Jin Shin Jyutsu Textbooks. It was her passion that people should know how to help themselves.
With the permission of Mary’s son, David Burmeister, I will share some basic information from those books; the very same books I use when I am teaching a Self-Help class.
I strongly suggest that the reader consider purchasing the three textbooks and implement the recommended flows on a daily basis.You will find all three books athttp://www.jsjinc.net.
Today we’ll review the 7 steps from Introducing Jin Shin Jyutsu Is. Book I by Mary Burmeister, as presented in Book II.
2. Be the dropping of your shoulders
3. Bow your head slightly
4. Be the SMILE
5. Exhale, unload all your “dirt, dust and greasy grime”, all skepticisms
6. Enjoy inhaling, receiving, your “Breath of Life”
7. Be the Essence within the breath, IT IS, KNOW MYSELF
1. Jumper cable (hold) your thumb
2. Exhale, unload all the impurities (dirt, dust and greasy grime) from within for the Universe to inhale and purify for us to receive
3. RECEIVE your Breath of Life, with awareness and understanding. (Inhale, receive the Cosmic Energy Force – the spiritualizing)
4. a. All worries begin to melt away
4. b. Daily fatigue is “house-cleaned”
4. c. Stomach distresses are removed
1. Simply continue smiling, be the SMILE, unloading all your “dirt, dust, and greasy grime” and RECEIVE your Breath of Life (no formalities – just RECEIVE), jumper cable (hold) your index finger and get to KNOW MYSELF IT IS
2. a. ALL FEARS begin to melt away
2. b. Assimilation and elimination functions begin to improve
1. Simply continue to be the SMILE, unload and RECEIVE your Breath of Life, jumper cable (hold) your middle finger and get to KNOW MYSELF IT IS
2. a. All frustrations, indecisions and anger begin to melt away.
2. b. Harmony is restored
2. c. Eye tensions start to release
Next time we’ll complete our review of the 7 steps from Book I.
Thank you, Mary.
Thank you, David
JIN SHIN JYUTSU IS. – the Getting to KNOW (Help) MYSELF is not intended to be a substitute for regular medical attention by the recognized medical authorities.