Exercise: The Main Central – Source of Life

Get into a comfortable position. You can do the exercise sitting down, but I prefer to lie down and to support my arms (especially my right arm as it’s going to be in the same position for a while) with pillows and cushions. Hold each position for a few minutes each, or as long as…

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Jin Shin Jyutsu Case 6: Self Help for Women – PMS

PMS (Pre – and Post! – Menstrual Syndrome) – A sudden cramping in the pelvis is very uncomfortable and painful to say the least. I personally discovered how powerful this amazing Jin Shin Jyutsu hold is. One day when I was driving, a sudden and excruciating cramp came on. Luckily it was just as I…

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Q&A: Ascending and Descending Energies

Question: I am responding to your offer of help for particular issues. Perhaps you can help me. I have some rather challenging issues with my energy patterns. Every time I do any energy work, my energy shoots up to my upper regions, especially to my crown…..I have tried some grounding exercises, but they have not…

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Jin Shin Jyutsu Self Help Holds Manage Cholesterol Levels

Letters like this one are a real joy to me, mainly because the person is actively using the information and seeing/feeling the benefits of the Jin Shin Jyutsu self help holds over a period of time – not only that, her doctor is amazed too! I’m printing this letter with her permission: Good morning Astrid,…

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More on Stress Relief: How to Main Central

In the previous post I talked about using the Main Central Source of Life exercise for stress relief. Because it helps everything on every level, it grounds us, calms us, balances us and most importantly: releases tensions on every level. Many people who are new to all this energy work ask me: ‘So how do…

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Self help holds for Fast Stress Relief

Stress. We all have to deal with stresses every day, which impair the stability and balance of bodily functions. A little stress is good (gives us a little kick to get us going) but a lot of stress, or even worse, long term stress can cause tension on all levels: the physical, mental and emotional.…

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