Daniel Kane, about Jin Shin Jyutsu self-help


In Japanese, Jin Shin Jyutsu® means “the art of the Creator through the person of compassion.” Applying Jin Shin Jyutsu® Self-help allows us to be compassionate and loving toward ourselves. Jin Shin Jyutsu® Physio-Philosophy is an ancient, profound healing art that requires many years of study to understand fully. However, it is so simple to use, you don’t have to wait to enjoy its benefits. All you need is your own two hands!

Imagine you are on a crowded plane or in a tense business meeting, or stuck in heavy traffic. You feel anxious, irritable, low energy, unclear, a stomach ache or a headache coming on. By holding certain fingers and touching your elbow or knee with your fingertips and thereby applying Self-help Jin Shin Jyutsu®, you experience your physical discomforts and emotions clear, as well as your energy level return. Best of all, you can do Jin Shin Jyutsu® anywhere:  couch, car, bed, at the movies- even while jogging. No special equipment, clothing, environment or conditions are needed.

Jin Shin Jyutsu® treatments can be experienced by applying the art to yourself or through a session with a trained Jin Shin Jyutsu® practitioner. Jin Shin Jyutsu® is a way of accessing the body’s own capacity to heal itself by harmonizing and balancing itself.

In the 1950s, Jin Shin Jyutsu® was brought to the United States from Japan by Mary Burmeister,  after she had finished years of study with Master Jiro Murai. By meditating and utilizing simple finger holds, Murai had experienced the art of Jin Shin Jyutsu® and cured himself of a life threatening illness. It is in this respect, that Self-help Jin Shin Jyutsu® is seen as the birth and core of Jin Shin Jyutsu®.

Traditional Japanese and Chinese medicine is based on an invisible inner circulatory system made up of pathways called meridians that carry life force or Chi to every part of the body. When these pathways become blocked or disrupted, the circulation of life energy is compromised and health problems, attitude projects and/or pain occurs. For example, your fingers may seem distant and peripheral to a symptom in your chest, but they are not. Many energy pathways run through your fingers. Self-help Jin Shin Jyutsu® utilizes your fingers and hands like jumper cables, recharging what they touch. By harmonizing the fingers, we can begin to harmonize the entire circulation of life energy in our bodies.

Jin Shin Jyutsu® Self-help is useful for occasional, chronic and acute conditions. The more often the art is applied, the faster the body responds and heals itself. Daily self-help creates optimum results. Many stories of miraculous healings abound in Jin Shin Jyutsu®, but it is self-help stories in particular that point to our innate capacity to heal and love ourselves.

Jin Shin Jyutsu® Self-help engages you in self study. By developing awareness of the life force within you and how you can harmonize it by holding your fingers, toes or by utilizing simple energy flow patterns, you can easily become more responsible for maintaining your own balance, health, and happiness.

Jin Shin Jyutsu® Self-help seminars are taught throughout the world. Currently, there is a research study on Jin Shin Jyutsu® and the heart in Morristown New Jersey Hospital. Nurses receive CEU’s for Self-help seminar attendance. The Jin Shin Jyutsu®, Inc. web site at www.jsjinc.net will inform you about any upcoming seminars throughout the world.


1. Healing Touch by Alice Burmeister and Tom Monte


2. http://www.atlantichealth.org/Gagnon/Patient+Care+Services/Heart+Health+at+Morristown+Memorial+Hospital/Cardiac+Integrative+Medicine+Program

For more info, contact Daniel Kane at (775) 233-8404, specializing in Jin Shin Jyutsu®.


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