Many of us have heard of acupuncture, reflexology and massage therapies that are derived from Eastern medicine. In spite of the fact that they have been utilized as healing practices for easing pain, trauma, illness and stress for thousands of years, they have only become accepted as a viable adjunct to Western cultures and medicine, in recent years.
As per Complementary Therapies Centre, a less popular ancient Japanese healing practice known as “Jin Shin Jyutsu”, has been known to completely treat depression, anxiety, sciatica, PTSD, and chronic neck and back pain. An Asian-American woman, Mary Burmeister, brought it to the United States in the 1950’s, after she met with Jiro Murai, an expert in the field in Japan.
In the video that you are going to watch below, this method is described and discussed, and involves lightly pulling or squeezing each finger, to alleviate disabling emotional states such as fear, anger, anxiety, depression and sorrow that goes on beyond the normal parameters. Each finger addresses a different issue. This is a wonderful assistant to other treatments that can aid both children and adults to reach spiritual and emotional balance. Let us know if you will try this.