Q&A: Any Jin Shin Jyutsu Holds for Mono?
Question: Hi Astrid! I have used your site many times. Thank you. I have Alice Burmeister’s book, The Touch of Healing, but borrowed it out. I would like to know if there is a hold for mono. My daughter has very infected tonsils and can barely swallow. Saw the doc yesterday and we had her blood taken and it is mono, wondering if there is any hold. I have done ankles for pain and right hand over left for the throat infection. Thanks
Answer: Mono, or mononucleosis is a viral infection. Also called the ‘kissing disease’ it can be spread by saliva. The incubation period for infectious mononucleosis is 4 to 8 weeks. Symptoms include fever, fatigue, sore throat, and swollen lymph glands. It can cause liver inflammation (hepatitis) and spleen enlargement. (from medicinenet)
Work on the immune system
Since the immune system is compromised, it is important to do the immune hold:
Place the left hand over the right shoulder and right hand on right groin. Do for 20 minutes minimum a t a time. Reverse the hands for the other side, so place the right hand over the left shoulder and the left hand on the left groin. Start with the side of the sore throat.
Also, the Trinity Flows: Main Central, Supervisors left and right and Mediator (Main Central being the most important one).
And also very important, since the spleen is the largest lymphatic organ in the body, the Spleen Flow .
She should have a Spleen Flow Session every day, and twice a day would be even better until her tonsils are back to normal. This will help clear her throat and help her swallow. If she is old enough, teach her the flow so that she can do it too!
For me, there was life before Spleen Flow and life after. I also suffered a lot from tonsillitis when I was younger but I still have them!
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