The Jin Shin Way
"The path of my life shifted by the September 1988 arrival of a gentle collie dog that I named Amiti. This spirit guide with his silent, noble wisdom and weak digestive tract, led me to some of the deepest learning and loving experiences of my life. Amiti truly embodied the realization of “BE-ing with another BE-ing."
He taught me about unconditional love, letting go and patience. I in turn, sought a way to assist his sickly body so that it could catch
up to the peace of his soul. I started my search with over-the-counter drugs, permanently staining his beautiful white ruff Pepto Bismol pink. When that no longer worked, I changed veterinarians several times in an attempt to find a medicine that would cure him.
Thousands of dollars later, I despaired that nothing gave him lasting relief. I then turned to herbs, homemade organic diets, Bach flow- ers, homeopathy and acupuncture. All of this helped in degrees. I never attempted Jin Shin Jyutsu and I kept thinking, “Surely someone out there has the answer.” Slowly the realization came to me that I had all the tools I needed – I just hadn’t had the nerve and understanding to apply the Art. So every night I curled up next to my big boy and applied the right bladder flow. Little by little, we made steady progress. Jin Shin Jyutsu became our way of life and we bore witness to each other’s ability to heal. Countless lessons followed taught by other Jin Shin Jyutsu teachers, students, clients, and a never-ending parade of animals that were sick, neglected or un- wanted. These very different and gifted teachers opened doors of understanding for me."
- Adele Leas, Author of Jin Shin Jyutsu for Animal Companions
JIN SHIN JYUTSU is an Art of Living! Jin Shin Jyutsu was prevalent in Japan for hundreds of years, but had fallen into obscurity during the centuries prior to 1900. It was revived by the study and dedication of Master Jiro Murai in the early 1900s, after curing himself of a critical life illness using the principles of Jin Shin Jyutsu. The rest of his life was centered on the unearthing of this Art from many sources, including the Kojiki (The Record of Ancient Things). He passed on his learning to a young American of Japanese descent, Mary Burmeister. Mary began teaching and practicing the Art in the 1960s in the USA after many years under his tutelage. There are now thousands of people discovering optimum health and well being through the practice of Jin Shin Jyutsu
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