Visitors from all over the world!

It is very interesting – I’ve realized that I have a lot of visitors from other countries than Sweden – I will continue to write in Swedish at the static pages at this website, but add some English blogs now and then. I guess my visitors from other countries can use to understand the content of my Swedish posts. And there are a lot of other websites about Jin Shin Jyutsu in English, but not as many in Swedish…

My intention with this website is to spread the word about Jin Shin Jyutsu, mainly in Sweden (but also other countries),  about the workshops and classes that are available, and that this art is so suitable for self-help, to help people to help themselves. There are links to descriptions of books you can buy here, contact information to Jin Shin Jyutsu instructors and institutes, but also contact information to people that want to exchange treatments with one another, so we don’t have to rely on therapists all the time (and pay a lot of money) – we can help ourselves, and help each other as well, to share our knowledge.
I intend to post about food and nutrition as well and other things that can have a somewhat not wanted impact on the body,  this is (kind of) a quote from Mary Burmeister :
“Remove the dirty dust and the greasy grime daily”
If we add on to the dirty dust and the greasy grime through our eating habits and other impacts, it could be difficult to clear out that in the same pace..

And I just wanted to say hello to my visitors from Denmark, Norway, Finland, Åland Islands, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Lichtenstein, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Portugal, Spain, Andorra, Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Malta, Hungary, Slovenia, Slovakia, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Romania, Turkey, Russian Federation, Ukraine, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, United States, Canada, Mexico, Panama, Bermuda, Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Tobago, Costa Rica, Brazil, Venezuela, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Peru, Suriname, French Guiana, Thailand, India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Cambodia, Viet Nam, Taiwan, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Macao, Korea, Japan, Philippines, Australia,  New Zealand, Israel, Libya, Oman, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Algeria, Morocco, Senegal, Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, Nigeria, Tanzania and South Africa – I’m really happy that you found this website, and I hope you will have many nice Jin Shin Jyutsu days ahead of you. Drop your shoulders and smile, and don’t forget to breathe, as Mary Burmeister said!

Christmas presents?

I saw Jin Shin Jyutsu Singapore post about this, and I thought it was a good idea – why not give a gift that might make a difference in someone’s  life?

Looking for Christmas presents for your health-conscious book lover friends?

Jin Shin Jyutsu books are fantastic!

Mary Burmeister is the amazing lady who brought Jin Shin Jyutsu to the West when she returned home in the US after spending some time with Master Jiro Murai. We are still learning more about Jin Shin Jyutsu as her letters to Master Murai are now being translated.

Learn more about Jin Shin Jyutsu with The Touch of Healing, one of all 3 of the Self Help Books or What Mary Says.

If you have a loved one facing a health crisis, any of these books would make a perfect gift.

The Touch of Goodbye is a must read for anyone who has someone critically ill. This book is a compilation of stories that show how Jin Shin Jyutsu is super supportive of the healing journey, and how sometimes goodbye isn’t quite goodbye or how a goodbye can be (and meant to be) beautiful, loving, and healing. It is touching, inspiring, and educational about the art of Jin Shin Jyutsu and about life itself.

And if you want to help your children, you can teach them about Jin Shin Jyutsu with the help of the book Fun with Happy Hands

You can buy the books here:

The touch of healing

A touching goodbye:

The 3 self-help books:

Fun with Happy Hands:

and there are other books as well:

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