JIN SHIN JYUTSU® SELF-HELP
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?
“It is the daily application of the simple sequences that will accomplish results as well as develop patience. The knowing of the sequences but not applying them will not accomplish results. It is awakening the awareness of the Getting to KNOW (Help) MYSELF, which will accomplish results” ~ Quote from Page 9 of JIN SHIN JYUTSU IS, Self-Help Book 1 by Mary Burmeister
Get to “KNOW (Help) MYSELF” by using the following simple 3 steps each day to harmonize your Left “Supervisor” and “Mediator” Harmonizing Energy. (Just start with Left thumb for Left Flow) Try this exercise everyday for at least 7 days and see what differences you notice…It’s that simple!
LEFT AND RIGHT SUPERVISOR and MEDIATOR FLOWS
As we discussed in the last issue, the Main Central Vertical Flow is the source of our life energy. This pathway runs down the center of the front of the body and back up the spine. Amongst other things, it harmonizes what is known as the Left and Right “Supervisor” Harmonizing Energy. This energy supervises the harmony of the left and right sides of the body. The flow pattern of “The Supervisors”, begins between the belly button and the groin of the left side of the body, running down the inside left leg and up the back, eventually crossing over to harmonize the right side of the body. As the circulation of this energy continues another very important energy comes into play – The Left and Right “Mediator” Harmonizing Energy. Starting at the third thoracic vertebrae, and moving through the arms, this energy “mediates” from left to right and right to left sides of the body to see that each side of the body is in harmony with the Main Central Vertical Flow.
So with all these vital roles you can see that is important to keep these flows in harmony. Here is a Jin Shin Jyutsu self-help process to harmonize these pathways.
Harmonizing the Supervisor and Mediator flows regularly helps you feel balanced and importantly will also harmonize the 5 attitudes – Worry, Fear, Anger, Sadness and Trying to. This ensures that you will have plenty of energy. Some people find it calming and use it to fall asleep, while others like to use it to invigorate them upon awakening. For optimum results, use this daily.
SUPERVISOR/MEDIATOR FLOW – For left side energy (For right side energy, just replace left side directions with the equivalent right side directions)
Step 1a: Place left thumb over left ring fingernail (Make a circle with palm side of thumb over ring fingernail).
Step 1b: Place right hand over left shoulder. (Simply place hand over shoulder as one would a coat hanger).
Hold for 2 to 5 minutes or until the pulses you feel at your fingertips synchronize with each other.
Step 2: Bring medial (inner sides) of left and right knees, together (feet apart or together). Or place right instep against left inner knee.
Hold for 2 to 5 minutes or until the pulses you feel at your knees synchronize with each other.
These steps help to: Clear the Chest and revitalize ascending and descending energy 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
JYUTSU – Art
Art of the Creator through Man of Knowing and Compassion
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