Jin Shin Jyutsu: did you know that each finger is connected to two organs?

According to an ancient Japanse practice, it is possible to heal many disorders simply by massaging your fingers for 15 minutes a day.

Our fingers are closely related with various areas of the body, which in turn are related to our emotions. This is the main idea of the Jin Shin Jyutsu, a Japanese practice that cures various deseases and re-balances energy and emotions in just a few minutes, if followed consistently. Let’s see how to practice Jin Shin Jyutsu.

The technique of Jin Shin Jyutsu

According to master Jiro Murai, who created this technique in the early years of the 20th century, each finger is related to two organs, which in turn express some of the most common emotions. By manipulating certain areas, it would be possible to return to a state of balance between body and soul, improving our health.

The procedure is very simple: every morning, gently massage the fingers of your left hand, for about 3 minutes each. In the evening, before going to bed, do the same thing with the fingers of the right hand. In this way, you will realign the energy channels of your body.

Jin Shin Jyutsu, finger meaning

Jin Shin Jyutsu: did you know that each finger is connected to two organs?
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As we have mentioned before, for each finger corresponds to two organs and two emotions. Let’s see what the connections are. When you have certain symptoms, you need to manipulate the corresponding finger for at least 60 seconds to find the benefit.

The thumb is related to stomach and spleen, and acts on anxiety and depression. The symptoms connected are insomnia and irritability, skin problems, stomach pain, and headaches.

This Japanese technique puts the index in relation with the bladder and kidneys, and with fear and confusion. The problems are muscular aches, toothache, backache, and digestive disorders.

The middle finger is related to the gall bladder and the liver, anger and mood swings. Acting on this finger relieves fatigue, menstrual cramps, eye problems and migraines, helping also to regulate blood pressure.

The ring finger is associated with the colon and the lungs, sadness and negativity. The symptoms you can experience are indigestion, skin diseases, asthma and breathing difficulties.

Finally, the little finger has been put in relation with the small intestine and the heart and with irritability and lack of self-confidence. Acupressure can relieve sore throats and bones problems, in addition to reducing the risk of heart disease.

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30-01-2019

Nicoletta Chiara Romano