Jin Shin Jyutsu Self Help: Harmonizing Attitudes with Fingers

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Did you know that we all have the innate power to help and heal ourselves?

Try this exercise everyday for at least 7 days and see what differences you notice…It’s that simple!

Previously we discussed the role of the Supervisor/Mediator to help you feel balanced and harmonize the 5 attitudes:  Worry, Fear, Anger, Sadness, and Trying To.  One of the attractive features of Jin Shin Jyutsu is that there is often more than one way to achieve the same objective.

So a simple way to harmonize Worry is to hold your thumbs, left until you feel a pulse, and then right until you feel a pulse (or hold for 2 minutes if pulse is not detected).  To maximize the result, exhale, drop your shoulders, smile and naturally inhale as you hold each thumb.  Many people so multiples of 9 exhalations and inhalations, up to 36 times per thumb.  You can do this breathing practice with each finger hold below.

Worry

A simple way to harmonize Worry is to hold your Thumbs.

A simple way to harmonize Fear is to hold your Index Fingers.

A simple way to harmonize Fear is to hold your Index Fingers.

A simple way to harmonize Anger is to hold your Middle Fingers.

A simple way to harmonize Anger is to hold your Middle Fingers.

A simple way to harmonize Grief is to hold your Ring Fingers.

A simple way to harmonize Grief is to hold your Ring Fingers.

A simple way to harmonize Trying To is to hold your Little Fingers.

A simple way to harmonize Trying To is to hold your Little Fingers.

It’s that simple to start reducing stress and healing yourself! Share this information with others who also want Better Health for Themselves.

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This information is provided compliments of Jin Shin Jyutsu Inc. in Scottsdale, AZ USA. You can find more information about this profound Japanese art for better health and well-being at http://www.jsjinc.net/.