If you knead your finger for 1 minute, you’ll be stunned by what happens to your body.
Jin Shin Jyutsu takes a look at 26 different energy centers of the body that are connected to various organs.
Then the focus is on stimulation. Once stimulated, the point opens the energy channel of the organ you are targeting. The result? Improved organ function and overall feeling of well being. The cool thing about practicing this is all it takes is finger massaging for a minute! Check out this very cool healing technique!
This healing method is similar to acupuncture. It’s administered through points of pressure on certain parts of the body. Some like acupuncture and others prefer this style called Jin Shin Jyutsu. Here we see the fingers and toes and how they are connected to the different organs of the body, and in turn how they are stimulated through different ways of gripping.
Here you can see the most important energy centres of Jin Shin Jyutsu:
Through soft rubbing and pulling of the thumb, rapid heartbeats and breathlessness can be relieved since the thumb is joined to the heart and lungs.
The index finger
This finger is connected to the gastro-intestinal tract. If you have an upset stomach, stomachache or constipation, then gently rubbing and pulling on the index finger should quickly alleviate the symptoms.
The middle finger
Have an upset stomach? Constipation? Rub and pull that index finger and your ailments should subside since the index finger is connected to the gastro intestinal tract.
The ring finger
If you want some mood improvement then massage this finger to calm down and relax yourself
The little finger
The kidney and head are the jobs of the little finger. Regular massaging of the little finger can aid in healing for the kidneys and pressing on it can also alleviate pain.
While you should seek advice from a doctor for specific pains, Jin Shin Jyutsu has been championed by many for relieving pain and helping with various ailments.
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