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Jin Shin Jyutsu

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 Jin Shin Jyutsu is an art as opposed to a technique because a technique  is a mechanical application, whereas an art is a skillful creation. This  beautiful, simple Art is our inheritance.  

 According to ancient written records, which remain in the Archives of  the Imperial Palace in Japan, Jin Shin Jyutsu was widely known before  the birth of Gautama (Buddha, India), before the birth of Moses  (recorded in the Bible), and before the Kojiki (Record of Ancient Things  - Japan, A.D. 712). Jin Shin Jyutsu is an innate part of man's wisdom -  simplifying the complexities of existence - and is truly an Art of  Living.  

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How to apply the Art to ourselves and those in our lives by utilizing the fundamental principles of Physio-Philosophy 

The Legacy Behind the Art of Jin Shin Jyutsu

Masters Jiro Murai and Mary Burmeister


 Burmeister says that in Jin Shin Jyutsu there is no diagnosing, healing,  or curing. "Some of you can go out today and look at the book and try  this out. But you're not doing it, it's the light and the 'specialist'  that are doing it. And the person you're working on says, 'Hey, my  headache's gone.' But it's not you who's done it, it's the 'specialist'  on step one, step two, step three, that's cleaning the debris for that  particular complaint. We cannot do wrong because we are not doing  anything. We are only jumper cables."  

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Jiro Murai


 "Murai studied the Chinese acupressure points, then took them a step  further by experimenting on himself and fasting. He compared what he  experienced to the ancient acupuncture writings and compared them to  what he felt. His experiences were much deeper than what he found in the  writings. There is an awareness in Jin Shin Jyutsu that is deeper than  technique,"  

Mary Burmeister


 Burmeister describes Jin Shin Jyutsu (which means "art of the Creator  through compassionate man" in Japanese) as a "physio-philosophy" that is  used by everyone unconsciously, doesn't "do" anything, yet encompasses  everything. "I call it the art of life, the art of life itself. It is  the whole cosmos and cannot be categorized," 

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