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Alexis Brink talks about her new book The Art of Jin Shin: The Japanese Practice of Healing with Your Fingertips.
Do you know you hold the power to heal yourself right at your fingertips? Jin Shin Jyutsu is based on the ancient Japanese healing art of energy medicine that is now practiced throughout the world.
Although related to acupressure, acupuncture, and massage therapy, the Art of Jin Shin is not a physical manipulation of tissue and uses only minimal pressure. It involves a gentle touch with the fingers and hands to redirect or unblock the flow of energy along the body’s 52 points called Safety Energy Locations on pathways where energy tends to get stuck.
This simple, gentle process allows energy to flow smoothly in the correct direction. With balance restored, comes a sense of well-being and calm.
We talk about
- Empowerment by self-care
- What Jin Shin can heal
- Hand mudras
- Energy pathways of the meridians
- The root, harvest, and tips of the fingers hand what they mean
- Peak periods of organ flows for optimal healing
- Ki-eki – Universal and ancestral energy
- Tai-eki energy pathways of the meridians
- The hands as jumper cables to harmonize energy flow
- Healing meaning of each finger
lexis Brink is the president of Jin Shin Institute in New York City and has been a practitioner of the Art Jin Shin since 1991. She is a licensed massage therapist and interfaith minister and has taught self-help classes and workshops in New York City as well as different countries for many years. She has taught Jin Shin in hospitals to nurses and to teachers and their students in the public- school system. https://www.jinshininstitute.com/