The art of Jin Shin : the Japanese practice of healing with your fingertips
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New York, NY : Tiller Press, 2019.
Status
Cherrydale - Adult Nonfiction
615.8222 BRINK

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Book
Edition
First Tiller Press trade paperback edition.
Physical Desc
xvi, 217 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Language
English
ISBN
9781982130930, 1982130938

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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You might be surprised to learn that the majority of today's most common ailments including anxiety, backaches, colds and flu, digestive issues, immune disorders, migraines, and insomnia, can be alleviated naturally by restoring and harmonizing blocked, stagnant energy. The art of Jin Shin, based on the Japanese healing art of energy medicine, is practiced throughout the world. While related to acupressure and massage therapy, this holistic practice uses only minimal pressure and gentle touching with the fingers and hands to redirect or unblock the flow of energy along the body's fifty-two points (twenty-six on each side of the body)-called Safety Energy Locations, or SELs-areas where energy tends to get congested. This simple, non-invasive process allows your body's energy to flow smoothly, and with balance restored, you will experience a sense of wellbeing and calm. The Art of Jin Shin explains all the basics of this healing art and provides you with the knowledge you need to practice it on yourself-with exercises ranging from simply holding a finger for a few minutes to spending twenty minutes to harmonize a specific circulation pattern. Whether you desire a deeper understanding of the body/mind/spirit connection or want to create a daily Jin Shin maintenance routine the power is literally at your fingertips. --from Amazon.

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Brink, A. (2019). The art of Jin Shin: the Japanese practice of healing with your fingertips (First Tiller Press trade paperback edition.). Tiller Press.

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Brink, Alexis. 2019. The Art of Jin Shin: The Japanese Practice of Healing With Your Fingertips. New York, NY: Tiller Press.

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Brink, Alexis. The Art of Jin Shin: The Japanese Practice of Healing With Your Fingertips First Tiller Press trade paperback edition., Tiller Press, 2019.

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