How to Practice
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- Simply touch specific areas of the body.
- Gently hold your fingers.
- Apply a sequence of touches to unlock the life’s energy flow and harmonize the entire being.
The Art of Jin Shin entails self-study and reveals a journey of discovery and personal transformation.
This Art awakens individuals to their own unique expression, promoting growth and evolution – physically, mentally, and spiritually.
Through the application of simple procedures, the energy of the body becomes balanced, harmonized, and creates a profound sense of well-being.
The life energy circulates throughout the body and expresses itself in a variety of forms and functions.
A stressful lifestyle can manifest as disturbances in the circulation pathways.
With time, the body’s vital life force may stagnate, deviate, or accumulate to manifest as disease.
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The Art of Jin Shin is an ancient art for harmonizing body, mind and spirit. Its origins are lost in time but evidence of its practice shows up in historical records and in popular art.
Statues of the pre-Columbian Mesoamerica.
These statues of the pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, show people touching areas of the body that are known by the Art of Jin Shin as energetic centers.
There are many examples of the Art being practiced in ancient paintings. For instance, in the Tomb of Ankhmahor at Saqqaram, Egypt – known as “The Physician’s Tomb”. The painting shows physicians touching the patient in specific energetic centers and the patient self-applying the Art to help the healing process.
The Art of Jin Shin is innate. People intuitively practice it whenever they need harmony.
As they feel the need for harmonization, people touch specific places in their bodies. These are areas related to energy centers. The wisdom of our body places our hands there to help restore harmony.
Arms crossed in front – activate the energetic center responsible for helping and reinforcing personal power and authority.
After running, athletes often hold their knees. The energy center located in this area helps everything related to movement.
Touch the forehead to remember something or when you are studying. It helps to boost the memory.
The cheek area – We often put our hands when studying, thinking or reading. This is the energetic center that helps to clear the mind.
When we touch the back of our head, we are helping to release the tension from the chest and from the back.
The top of the hip bone helps to harmonize breathing.