Helping Our Eyes, Spring 2013

Experience Harmony at Your Fingertips….
“Self-Change starts with Self-Study.” – Mary Burmeister
Did you know that we all have the innate power to
help and heal ourselves?
“Until I can help myself, I cannot help another.”

Get to “KNOW (Help) MYSELF” by using the following simple practices each
day to help harmonize your Eyesight. Try these exercises every day for at least
7 days and see what differences you notice…It’s that simple!


In this newsletter we learn to harmonize our eye projects (any eye issues, also including vision).
For all flows below, hold until you feel a pulse (or hold for 2 minutes if pulse is not detected).

First hold your middle fingers (left then right hand, or vice versa). Then hold your middle toes in the same way, or together at the same time. To maximize the result, exhale, drop your shoulders, smile and naturally inhale as you hold each digit. Many people do multiples of 9
exhalations and inhalations, up to 36 times per finger/toe, which brings you toward a feeling of wholeness and integration. You can do this breathing practice with any of the exercises below.

Place thumbs or fingers
on LEFT and RIGHT base of skull, sitting down, until you feel pulses on both sides.

Cup hands over eyes, covering SELs 20 on the forehead, with base of palms resting on SELs 21,
till you feel pulses on both sides.

It’s that simple to start reducing stress and healing yourself! Share this information with
others who also want better health for themselves.

JIN – Man of Knowing and Compassion
SHIN – Creator
Art of the Creator through Man of Knowing and Compassion

This post is from the headquarters of Jin Shin Jyutsu Inc. in Scottsdale, AZ,
USA. You can find more information about this profound Japanese art for better health and
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Jin Shin Jyutsu® and the information on this page is not a substitute for conventional medical treatment or emergency care. If you have a medical condition, consult your regular medical professional or emergency care provider.


1 thought on “Helping Our Eyes, Spring 2013

  1. Karen Kearns

    Oh, my goodness, Debbie.This is just what I needed for some vision projects going on this past year.THANK YOU!!



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