More about Triglycerides and Jin Shin Jyutsu, Part 1

On 8/29/16 – in the Jin Shin Jyutsu category – I posted an article written by Corliss Chan in The Main Central Jin Shin Jyutsu Newsletter, issue Number 47, Winter 2005. The title of that article is Triglycerides and Cholesterol meet Jin Shin Jyutsu.

In the following issue, Number 48, Spring 2005, Corliss writes a subsequent article with comments from her client, Henry. Those articles follow:


More about Triglycerides and Jin Shin Jyutsu

Last issue’s article about Henry tells a story of declining triglycerides, cholesterol, blood pressure, and weight during 3 months of Jin Shin Jyutsu sessions. Not all projects harmonize in such a dramatic or rapid way.

My focus with Henry was on helping reduce stress and lower his triglyceride level. I continually went to Texts 1 and 2 to understand the nature of his stress so he could manage cravings for sugar and fat. I listened to Henry talk about his lifestyle to understand how sugar and fat could be craved and when they might be tempting. I listened to his pulses and looked to his body for information. I did not know whether Jin Shin Jyutsu would help his project when we started. Henry and I had a plan of using Jin Shin Jyutsu, daily exercise, and relaxation. I felt if his project at least showed some improvement in the next blood test he might be successful in getting his doctor to delay the use of prescription drugs. This was very important to him.

As mentioned in the first article, he received a 23, 25 flow almost every week. During some sessions he asked me to focus on headaches, abdominal projects, or back pain he was experiencing. When I looked at the Lumbar Circle, it seemed to me the 1st and 3rd Depths were dis-harmonizing the 4th Depth. The challenge was to find the harmonizers. Three organ flows were very useful in unburdening the 4th Depth. The Stomach (descending 1st Depth Face Flow), Liver (ascending 3rd Depth Toe Flow) and Gall Bladder Flows (descending 3rd Depth Face Flow) seemed consistently effective in relieving the strain of headaches, digestion difficulty, and too much mental activity.  The relief also reduced his feelings of stress and cravings for high fat and sugar foods. The left Second Method of Correction (4th and 5th Depth helper), which is like a short Supervisor Flow, was also good for clearing his front and back projects and to harmonize thinking.

During the 3 months before his lab test, it was a challenge not knowing what is current triglyceride levels were. Were the flows used helping Henry’s project? I did notice his gradual weight loss and how deeply relaxed he became during sessions. We were both encouraged when he grew less interested in foods with high fat and sugar content. These changes were beneficial to his health regardless of the lab test results. I continued with my weekly sessions and kept my mind off the upcoming lab test. I did my best and let go of the outcome. As a student of Jin Shin Jyutsu I find there are so many flows to choose from during a session and it’s not always clear to me what to do. With each session I was open to receiving guidance from the Creator on how to proceed.

Henry is an exceptional case. He continues to follow disciplined diet and lifestyle habits to support his lowered triglyceride and cholesterol levels. I am grateful to have shared and learned from Jin Shin Jyutsu sessions with him.

To be continued…


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