Jin Shin Jyutsu for Your Animal Companion, Part 2

Adele Leas shares her experience with animals: “Jin Shin Jyutsu for Your Animal Companion”, in The Main Central Jin Shin Jyutsu Newsletter, issue Number 47, Winter, 2005:



Sharing Jin Shin Jyutsu with other species has expanded my understanding of Universal Energy in whole new ways. It is because of experiences like this morning that I have spent the last eight years focused on sharing Jin Shin Jyutsu with domesticated animals. This past August I published a book, Jin Shin Jyutsu© for Your Animal Companion, so that others might experience this joy firsthand. The book is based on Mary Burmeister’s beautiful Jin Shin Jyutsu Self-Help Books 1 and 2, which are said to contain the essence of the “Art of the Creator through Compassionate Man”.

The book is really a “picture book” with color diagrams of each step of the flows, showing the adaptations needed to easily work with different size species including: dogs, horses, cats, birds, rabbits, and hamsters. Kim Bremermann has done a beautiful job with the computer graphics and designing the pages to make them clear and accessible, with hands showing the location of each step.

If you follow the pictures, you do not need to face the lifelong challenge of knowing your right hand from your left! I have adapted the flows as needed for different species based on the relationship of the Safety Energy Locks and the prime numbers. The book also discusses attitudinal and physical differences needed to make the work accessible to our furry friends. This work has evolved over the past decade from my own practice and my animal classes taught through the U.S. and Europe. The bulk of the flow texts are translated by Matthias Roth into German and French, in addition to the English.

The book, originally designed as a workbook to accompany the classes, now stands on its own as an introduction to the work. It is possible to continue exploring through my classes, private sessions and phone consultations.

I now also have a website, http://www.jsjforyouranimal.com where you can find out more about this work, as well as check out class schedules and print registration forms for classes and order forms for the book. The cost of the book is $25.00, plus shipping/handling, available through the Scottsdale office. While at the website, take the time to look at the photo gallery. I do not think you will have any trouble guessing which horse is Cali.

I find that animals are more in tune and more sensitive to touch than many humans are. Working with the animals can refine your touch and heighten your sensitivity. Intuitive, inter-species communication is a natural outcome when you understand the idea that you are not doing anything but rather “BE-ing with this BE-ing in this gentle and loving Art”. Learning to send this message from your heart through your hands is the primary focus of my classes, the website and the book. I believe you and your animals will find it deeply rewarding to share this journey.



This book, as well as all copies of The Main Central Jin Shin Jyutsu Newsletter, is available at http://www.jsjinc.net.

Thank you Adele.

Thank you, Mary.

Thank you, David.

Gassho, Namaste, Blessings


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