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What can be expected when receiving a session of Jin Shin Jyutsu? A session will generally last minutes. The practitioner will use many of the same skills as a traditional massage therapist to determine the most effective selection of hand placements.
The client will then rest comfortably in whatever position is most comfortable for their situation. The practitioner will lightly touch specific locations based on the information gained.
A client will generally feel relaxed. Beyond that, the client experience can vary significantly.
Some will drift off into a peaceful sleep because the fatigue they have been carrying is freed up to be released. Some may find quiet clarity to their mental activities. Some may become more aware of feelings in their bodies. What is especially helpful about Jin Shin Jyutsu is that it provides the client with many tools that can be used for self-care. These practices are easy to remember, simple to apply and can yield immediate benefit.
Once their session is complete, the learning from that time can be used to select the most effective self-help and the client can continue the experience on their own in their daily habits.
In working with clients over the past 20 years, I have seen tremendous transformations.
Some occur slowly and gradually over time. Some seem like the stuff of miracles, sudden and absolute. I never know how a session will unfold.
I never know what my role of practitioner and observer will reveal. In addition to working with individuals on a wide range of issues, it is clear that this option is especially helpful for individuals with physical issues such as burns, sensitivities to oils or lotions or with any types of skin conditions that preclude traditional forms of massage. It is true that because of its noninvasive and gentle nature it also helpful for clients who are sensitive to touch for emotional reasons, such as survivors of incest or sexual trauma.
And finally, I have seen great benefits in working with clients who have experienced other types of traumatic events because this quiet and peaceful work allows them to become more present in their bodies and to feel a sense of relief. There are no age limits to receiving Jin Shin Jyustu. It is inherent and once we learn about the specific locations and their benefit we can become aware of the many occasions that individuals use Jin Shin Jyutsu self-care without thought or planning.
Jin Shin Jyutsu can be provided in almost any setting.
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All that is required is a quiet place in which the receiver can sit or lay down and room for a chair or cushion for the provider. As massage therapists, the physical nature of our work can sometimes become more difficult as we grow older.
Jin Shin Jyutsu, however, is also gentle and noninvasive for the practitioner. Mary worked into her eighties, while one of her best friends retired from practice this year at ninety six. Indeed, virtually all traditional healing systems—from Ayurvedic to Greek and Chinese—are founded on the principle that in order to heal the body, the person must strengthen and harmonize the flow of life energy within.
This principle provides the basis for such arts as acupuncture and acupressure, as well as for the healing herbs and foods of Chinese medicine. The battery of the car. The battery is the necessary energy source for the various functions of the car. Now, what makes a heart beat? What makes breathing possible?
What makes digestion possible? The Battery of Life. An energy source is necessary for the body to function. That source is the battery of life. When the stress and strain of daily living disrupts the movement of life energy, our mind, body, and spirit are all affected.
It shows us how to use simple hands-on sequences to restore emotional equilibrium, relieve pain, and release the causes of both acute and chronic conditions.
It can be used safely in conjunction with any other therapy or medication. Furthermore, its benefits are cumulative, so that the more we practice it, the greater is our vitality and self-knowledge.
Jin Shin Jyutsu can be used anywhere and at any time. Its methods are so easy and unobtrusive that you may use them on yourself in a crowded bus or in the middle of a difficult meeting. The only thing people may notice—if they notice anything at all—is a more balanced demeanor, an aura of relaxation, and—upon closer examination—that you are holding one or more of your fingers.
For thousands of years, ancient peoples used this awareness to heal both themselves and others. But with successive generations this awareness grew dimmer until it was all but forgotten. In the early part of the twentieth century, a Japanese sage named Jiro Murai recovered Jin Shin Jyutsu—out of necessity. He was the second son born to his parents. Since Japanese custom expected that the eldest son would follow in the profession of his father, Jiro was free to choose his own path.
He started out as a breeder of silkworms, but he had a reckless nature and overindulged in food and drink—even to the point of entering eating contests, in which he was awarded cash prizes for consuming huge quantities.
By the time he was 26, he was seriously ill.
A succession of doctors treated him, but his condition only worsened until he was pronounced incurable and given up for terminally ill. As a last request, he asked his family to carry him on a stretcher to their mountain cabin and to leave him there alone for seven days. He asked that they return for him on the eighth day. There in the cabin Murai fasted, meditated, and practiced various finger postures.
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During this time he passed in and out of consciousness. His physical body grew colder. But on the seventh day he felt as if he had been lifted out of a deep freeze and thrown into a blazing furnace.
When the intense heat subsided, he experienced a tremendous calm and inner peace.
To his great surprise, he was healed. He dropped to his knees, gave thanks, and pledged his life to the study of healing.
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A large population lived in the park. Jiro would take care of the people there and study the incredible variety of illnesses that these people presented.
I remember that he went through a period of studying ear problems for a while. He wanted to work on anybody who had any kind of ear complaint.Jin Shin Jyutsu pronounced jin shin jitsu helps us remember that every one of us possesses the simplest instruments needed to bring about harmonious balance—the breath and hands.
However, the organization of the book and explanations really do leave quite a bit to be desired, and if I were rating the book on that basis I would rate it a 3; so, I averaged the two to come out with my rating of 4.
Our growing reliance upon external information has gradually obscured a simple, innate awareness that all of us have long possessed. It is inherent and once we learn about the specific locations and their benefit we can become aware of the many occasions that individuals use Jin Shin Jyutsu self-care without thought or planning.
This concept, given to us by modern science, focuses on the biological aspects of life.
No complicated technique or effort is required to apply it. The work involves stillness, for the client as well as for the practitioner.