Jin Shin Jyutsu - A branch of Traditional Chinese Medicine Jul 15, 2016 12:57:39 GMT
Post by sparklekaz on Jul 15, 2016 12:57:39 GMT
Jin Shin Jyutsu is a branch of traditional Chinese medicine. It looks at the 26 different energy centres of the body, connected to different organs and which when stimulated, opens the energy channels of the respective organ. This results in the organ's function being improved and an increased sense of general well-being. You can apply it by simply massaging your finger for one minute. Similar to acupuncture, this healing method is administered through pressure on specific body parts. Although some prefer Jin Shin Jyutsu and other acupuncture, for both the concentration is mainly on the fingers and toes. Here, the various fingers and toes are connected to different organs that are stimulated by applying different grips.
The Thumb: The thumb is joined to the heart and lungs. A rapid heartbeat of breathlessness can be relieved through soft rubbing and pulling on the thumb.
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: The middle finger is linked to our circulation system. For dizziness and nausea, massaging the middle finger is particularly good for relieving the symptoms. This method can also help with insomnia.
The Ring Finger: The ring finger, according to the study of Jin Shin Jyutsu, is responsible for improving our mood. If you're in a bad mood, or not feeling very patient, then massage this finger to calm down and relax.
The Little Finger: The little finger is connected to the kidney and head. Regular application of the Jin Shin Jyutsu methods to the little finger can start the healing process for kidneys. For headaches and neck aches, pressing on this little finger should also alleviate the pain.
Just like acupuncture and acupressure, Jin Shin Jyutsu is a popular method for various ailments. For frequent or continual pain, it is always recommended to seek consultation from a doctor, to locate the cause of the problem.