Jin Shin Jyutsu (JSJ) Self Help Online

Just a word of thanks for all your questions, comments and experiences about this Jin Shin Jyutsu Blog. It’s a pleasure to connect with Jin Shin Jyutsu students from all over the world! If you have a question please send it to me, Astrid, at flows@flowsforlife.com

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Q&A: Jin Shin Jyutsu for Bladder Infections

Question: Hi! I came over your blog when searching for Jin Shin Jyutsu, and found it very interesting and helpful. I was wondering if you knew of any self help holds for bladder infections? Thank you in advance!Answer: I have put up an older post. See this link: Bladder InfectionsHope this helps!

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Q&A: ‘Missing Step’ Main Central

Question: Hello, The Alice Burmeister book shows fewer points for the main central. [Touch of Healing]i am interested to find out why.Thank you, js Answer: Hello, JS. Thanks for your question and well spotted! My honest answer is that I don’t know exactly why one step that appears on the Main Central Exercise on my…

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Q&A: Jin Shin Jyutsu for Hemorrhoids

Question: I suffer from hemorroids, and I would like to look at natural ways to combat them, rather than using over-the-counter creams. I know a bit about JSJ but not a lot – is there anything simple I can do? MJ Answer:  Dear MJ – I have been meaning to put some information up on…

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Q&A Jin Shin Jyutsu

If possible, please direct your questions to me directly at jsjholds@gmail.com so that I can respond quickly. Many thanks. Astrid

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Q&A: Jin Shin Jyutsu Left and Right Hands

Question: I have wondered about right and left handedness. Does the pulse checking change and do the flows change (as far as which hand goes where) because of the lefthandedness?? RMAnswer: An interesting question. As far as my understanding goes, the energy pathways, when unblocked, are the same in every body. So no, the pulse…

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Q&A: Jin Shin Jyutsu for Colitis Ulcerosa

Question: Can Jin Shin Jyutsu help with Colitis Ulcerosa?Answer: Yes, Jin Shin Jyutsu is a great way to calm any digestive disorder or discomfort. Below are links to different self-help exercises. I have also read some studies showing that Homeopathic medicine (in particular Spagiric Homeopathy) in combination with BioResonance treatments (which could be Jin Shin…

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Q&A: Jin Shin Jyutsu How To – The Pulse

Question: How does a Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner choose which FLOW to use for the treatment? Answer: Before the treatment, the JSJ practitioner listens to the PULSE. The pulse has all the information about the needs at that moment of the person receiving the treatment. Question: How does one listen to the pulse? Answer: The…

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