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Jin Shin Fee: Healing Method by Master Jiro Murai and Mary Burmeister. Guide to Quick Aid and Healing from A - Z Through the Laying on of Hands [Paperback]

Felicitas Waldeck
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4 May 2012
Jin Shin Fee is a Healing Art, originating in Japan, to harmonize life’s-energy and to release energy blockages. By selectively placing hands on 26 points on the body, the so-called Energy-Locks, anyone can improve his health, alleviate affliction and benefit from the healing effects. Complaints are specified from A - Z and the precise positions are shown. This book offers Self-Help without requiring prior knowledge: It is easy and immediately applicable.

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  • Paperback: 248 pages
  • Publisher: Roswitha Gerhart (4 May 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 3942603055
  • ISBN-13: 978-3942603058
  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 15 x 22.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 886,163 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Felicitas Waldeck is an experienced Jin Shin Fee practicioner and has helped hundreds of people. Her main goal is to share the knowledge about this healing power and to bring Jin Shin Fee to those who need it. Felicitas Waldeck has been an avid teacher of this healing art for many years now and welcomes feedback from her many pupils and readers.

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars very handy guide to Jin Shin 4 Nov 2013
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Jin Shin was developed by, Jiro Murai, a Japanese man who discovered it in the early 1900's while looking for ways to heal himself of leukemia. It was later taken to the USA in the 1950's by Mary Burmeister, an American born lady of Japanese origins who studied with him in Japan. Jiro Murai is said to have rediscovered Shin Jin as it was an ancient Art which had fallen into relative obscurity. It is based on the same energy flows as acupuncture and acupressure. But Jin Shin works using the hands as "jumper cables" to connect up various points in the body. The hands are simply placed on the relevant parts and no pressure or tapping is used.

I have bought all the books I can get my hands on (pardon the pun) about Jin Shin. What I really like about this book is that it offers a guide to treating specific ailments as well as acting as a general intro. I have not come across any other book about Jin Shin which goes into treating so many specific ailments so clearly.

What I like about Jin Shin is that I can feel it start to work almost right away. I also like it that it is easy to apply it to myself, or I can use it on others. It is simply a matter of learning various points on the body and linking those up through our hands to balance and harmonize the energy flow and create healing. Some of the Jin Shin healing treatments are very unobtrusive. It is even possible to apply some Jin Shin healing treatments to oneself while casually sitting in a cafe or whatever - without drawing attention to oneself.

You will see Jin Shin under different names if you search around. The author Felicitas Waldeck, calls it Jin Shin Fee. Others refer to it as Jin Shin Jyutsu or Jin Shin Tara. These are all basically the same thing.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The best 21 Aug 2012
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This is one of the best books on Jin Shin Jyutsu on the market today. It does not cover everything on Jin Shin, which would be difficult to do in one book, but what it does cover it does a good job on. It does not go into the depths but does cover the points and the organ flows. The author does not hold back on giving the complete organ flows as many Jin Shin books do. It also lightly goes over the use of finger holds and trinity flows.

Another wonderful addition to the book is 100 pages on different illnesses and how to approach them using Jin Shin. This is something which is lacking even in the official Jin Shin text books.

Even though Jin Shin is considered a healing art, it is highly controlled by a corporation in the USA and Canada. What is refreshing about this book is that the author is from Germany and is out of reach of this corporate control. But in order for her to print her book in English and be distributed in the USA and Canada she had to change the name of the book from Jin Shin Jyutsu to Jin Shin Fee. But it is the same art. Many people are starting to print their own books on Jin Shin Jyutsu these days because they studied under Mary but not her son, who is currently running the corporation now that she has passed on. Healers involved in the art want to share their knowledge even though its teachings are being suppressed for corporate profit reasons. So they write books sharing some of the art. The main thing they can not do is keep Jyutsu in with the name Jin Shin Jyutsu. So one can find books which have Jin Shin in the title but which omit the Jyutsu and replace it with another word so they will not get sued. Be that as it may, most these books are true to the art which Mary brought to the states and are well worth investigation.

Jin Shin is a great healing art and warrants looking into. The corporate part of the art is not as important because it's bottom line is profits. It is high time that the secretiveness and cultishness of Jin Shin Jyutsu corporation be sidestepped so the art can flourish. This is one great book and step in that direction of sharing this art uncensored.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love this!! 24 April 2013
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I have studied Jin Shin for almost a decade now thru the available books on the subject. I am not in a position to take in person training. This book has a different approach than the Touch of Healing book. I use both of them all the time. I consider this book an excellent tool, and have recommended it and given it as a gift often. It is easy to use and understand when you need help in a hurry. Last year I experienced a life threatening circumstance that resulted in three major surgical procedures in less than two months. My doctor was amazed at my recovery. But I know what the art of Jin Shin is capable of and I was certain of the rewards of using this tool. Give yourself a great gift, learn to use Jin Shin.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great for applying Jin Shin to specific ailments 4 Nov 2013
By William Martin - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Jin Shin was developed by, Jiro Murai, a Japanese man who discovered it in the early 1900's while looking for ways to heal himself of leukemia. It was taken to the USA in the 1950's by Mary Burmeister, an American born lady of Japanese origins who studied with him in Japan.

Jiro Murai is said to have rediscovered Jin Shin as it was an ancient Art which had fallen into relative obscurity. It is based on the same energy flows as acupuncture. But Jin Shin works using the hands as "jumper cables" to connect up various points in the body. The hands are simply placed on the relevant areas of the body and no pressure or tapping is used.

I have bought all the books I can get my hands on (pardon the pun) about Jin Shin. What I really like about this book is that it offers a guide to treating specific ailments as well as acting as a general intro. I have not come across any other book about Jin Shin which goes into treating so many specific ailments so clearly.

What I like about Jin Shin is that I can feel it start to work almost right away. I also like it that it is easy to apply it to myself, or I can use it on others. It is simply a matter of learning various points on the body and linking those up through our hands to balance and harmonize the energy flow and create healing. Some of the Jin Shin healing treatments are very unobtrusive. It is even possible to apply some Jin Shin healing treatments to oneself while casually sitting in a cafe or whatever - without drawing attention to oneself.

You will see Jin Shin under different names if you search around. The author Felicitas Waldeck, calls it Jin Shin Fee. Others refer to it as Jin Shin Jyutsu or Jin Shin Tara. These are all basically the same thing. Jin Shin Jyutsu was the original version and the other version derived from it.

However, you may also come across Jin Shin Do - which is something different. It also derived from Jin Shin Jyutsu, but it is an acupressure or a therapeutic massage technique. The system in this book does not use pressure at all. Jin Shin Jyutsu/Fee/Tara is a system where hands or fingers on simply placed on particular places on the body. If confused in looking at other books, just see if the book is about acupressure or therapeutic massage. If so it is not the same system.

I recommend this book to anyone wanting to know how to use Jin Shin to treat specific ailments and who is happy to pick up a book on something and just give it a go. A very handy addition to anyone's Jin Shin book collection.

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William Fergus Martin, Author
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good.... 22 April 2013
By Lim - Published on Amazon.com
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It is good as it has shown how to use for different illnesses, the only thing is not so good is it lack of clear picture for beginner. But if you had some basic knowledge about it should be no problem of using it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great reference 16 May 2013
By N ladd - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Diagrams, and specific info- really helped me find what I needed to know. Concise and comprehensive. Glad I got it.
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