Although acupuncture, reflexology and massage therapies have long been part of Eastern medicine in treatment of various health issues, including pain relief, trauma, stress and illnesses, these types of alternative medicine have only recently started to take their stand in Western culture.
In connection to this, not all that well known antiquated oriental theory of orchestrating life vitality inside the body, known as Jin Shin Jyutsu, has really demonstrated amazingly effective in treating nervousness, sorrow, sciatica, PTSD, and perpetual neck and back torment. Presented in the US in the 1950s by Asian-American Mary Burmeister, after she’d been familiar with it by Jiro Murai, a specialist in this field in Japan, this antiquated logic is bit by bit picking up prominence in the nation.
The video below describes this method in detail. Jin Shin Jyutsu is a about lightly pulling or pressing each finger in order to ease extreme emotional states such as fear, anger, anxiety, depression and sorrow. The important thing is that each finger is linked to a different issue. Practicing this method can help both children and adults to restore their spiritual and emotional balance.
It’s something definitely worth trying!