Jin Shin Jyutsu: Ancient Japanese Technique For Stress Relief

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How do you soothe pangs of stress? Eat dark chocolate? Listen to music? Talk to a loved one? Write journal? Most of these tricks give you temporary stress relief! Even yoga and meditation need time and discipline and cannot be done anywhere, anytime! Here’s an easier, shorter and faster Japanese healing technique. Now fight stress in just 5 MINUTES!!!

Jin Shin Jyutsu: Ancient Japanese Technique For Stress Relief
Jin Shin Jyutsu: Ancient Japanese Technique For Stress Relief

Experiencing challenges and stress is good to grow up mentally strong, but too much stress damages both physical and mental health.

symptoms of stress
The image presents the emotional, behavioural, physical and mental health symptoms of stress.

That said, striving hard for a stress-free life is foolishness!
Gudjon Bergmann rightly said, “There is no such thing as a stress-free life. No evidence has ever been presented which suggests that a stress-free life can ever be achieved. Stress can be managed, relieved and lessened, but never eliminated.”

Can you eliminate stress caused by sickness, failure, relationship issues or situations like COVID-19? No.
There many such things in our life that are not in our control. So, one should always focus on how to manage or relieve stress, but not eliminating it from life.

Stop Stressing About Things That Are Out Of Your Control
Jin Shin Jyutsu: Ancient Japanese Technique For Stress Relief

Earlier Mind Journal has published various blogs on stress management and mind-calming tips. This blog post specifically focuses on the age-old Japanese healing method for rapid stress relief also known as Jin Shin Jyutsu.

Jin Shin Jyutsu – The Ancient Art of Healing

JIN means the man of knowing and compassion;
SHIN means creator and;
JYUTSU means art

Thus, the word literally means the art of Creator through the man of knowing and compassion.

The key to stress relief using Jin Shin Jyutsu. is – balancing life energy force.  
Check out Hindu, Greek, Zen, Native American and other ancient healing wisdom and all of them focus on life energy force that one must balance and harmonize for well-being.

So, is Jin Shin Jyutsu – it harmonizes universal energy flow, which leads to instant stress relief. This contributes to maintaining good health. It’s a universal art of holding thumbs and fingers, available to each one of us from the moment we are born. It is part of our human make-up.

Remember our mind and body are connected. Our energy body is made up of 144,000 energy functions. Like rivers, different energy pathways in our body connect us from head to toe and toe to head. These energy pathways are found in the hands. So holding a finger helps 14,400 energy functions.

Jin Shin Jyutsuthe ancient stress relief technique uses acupressure points on palms, thumbs and fingers. And you can see effective results within 2-5 minutes. 
Before discussing how this works to balance and transfer energy within your body, let’s first understand the role of thumbs and fingers in the healing process.

Also read: Nunchi: How This Traditional Korean Concept Can Help Build Better Relationships

The power of our hand 

To practice Jin Shin Jyutsu you must understand the power of your hand. Each finger of your hand represents different feelings, attitudes and emotions. 

Jin Shin Jyutsu: Ancient Japanese Technique For Stress Relief
Jin Shin Jyutsu: Ancient Japanese Technique For Stress Relief
  • The Thumb finger – helps take care of emotions like anxiety and worry. 
  • The Index finger – helps in fighting fears and combat kidney and bladder problems.
  • The Middle finger – helps combat feelings of anger and fatigue and improves blood circulation system.
  • The Ring finger – helps you fight melancholy and depression, encourage decisiveness and improve digestive system.
  • The Pinky finger – improves blood flows to the nervous system making you feel calm and relaxed. Relieve stress and boosts your self-esteem and confidence.
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