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? “Causes are always within myself”. Quote from Page 15 of “What Mary Says” by Mary Burmeister

Get to “KNOW (Help) MYSELF” by using the following simple practices each day to help Throat projects. Try these exercises every day for at least 7 days and see what differences you notice…It’s that simple!

HARMONIZING THROAT PROJECTS

Try these Methods
A simple way to harmonize a throat project, (especially a sore throat) is to hold the middle finger , left then right (or vice versa) until you feel a pulse in each (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 digit. Many people do multiples of 9 exhalations and inhalations, up to 36 times. You can do this breathing practice with each finger hold or flow below.

Jumper cable (hold) right upper arm. Safety Energy Lock High 19, with the left hand and vice versa.

Place thumbs or finger or fingers on LEFT and RIGHT base of skull, sitting down,
standing or lying down.

Or hold shoulder, “Safety” Energy Lock No. 3, and groin, “Safety” Energy Lock No. 15, together:
Left hand on right shoulder, “Safety” Energy Lock No. 3 and right hand on right groin, “Safety” Energy Lock No. 15. Right hand on left shoulder, “Safety” Energy Lock No. 3, and left hand on left groin, “Safety” Energy Lock No. 15.

It’s that easy to start reducing stress and start 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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