Fifth JSJ Global Event to Restore Balance

“We come into the world with an exhalation, to clear and empty us, so that we can receive. We never ‘take’ a breath. We ‘receive’ a breath.” – From The Touch of Healing by Alice Burmeister On Wednesday, 3 June (3.6) we aim to harmonise all our individual energy functions – and as we do that, we help…

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Self Help to Relieve Emotional Upset

Whenever I feel emotionally upset or stressed and need to calm down, I do this great Jin Shin Jyutsu Self Help Hold: I cross my arms and hold my upper arms. Wrap right hand/fingers over the left upper arm, and wrap the left hand/fingers over the right upper arm. Close your eyes and breathe in and out until…

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A Self Help Hold for Emergencies

In any ACUTE emergency situation I  immediately go for the EMERGENCY hold. I describe emergency situations which involve breathing difficulties, nausea, vomiting, sudden malaise, abdominal cramps, menstrual cramps… Needless to say, this hold is by no means meant to substitute medical attention.  The hold: Place the palms of your hands on the insides of the…

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Q&A: Jin Shin Jyutsu to Open the Throat

Question: Hi Astrid – We have the book of Alice Burmeister ‘The Touch of Healing’. We also attended an introduction morning for JSJ. My wife has a particular problem with her esophagus, sometimes her food just does not go down. She has to lay down on the floor for some time to get things back…

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Q&A: Jin Shin Jyutsu to help the Heart and Breathing

Question: My mum has been in hospital with difficulty breathing due to fluid on the lungs caused by an irregular heartbeat (well I think that’s what it was – doctors not very specific on cause), she also picked up a Urinary Tract Infection which is now under control. She’s at home now and while progressing…

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