This book review is part of a series that covers the topic of Energy Psychology, which addresses the relationship of energy systems to emotion, cognition, behavior and health. Jon Mejia is the Official Guide to Energy Psychology.

The Touch of Healing: Energizing the Body, Mind, and Spirit with Jin Shin Jyutsu, by Alice Burmeister and Tom Monte, is a valuable resource for people interested in Energy Psychology, and it is available through and Barnes & Noble.

Jin Shin Jyutsu is an ancient Japanese practice that balances your body's energy by using the fingers and hands to eliminate stress, create emotional equilibrium, relieve pain, and alleviate acute or chronic conditions. Brought to America by a student of the great Japanese sage Jiro Murai, Jin Shin Jyutsu has astounded Westerners with its healing abilities. Now you, too, can learn how to promote mental alertness, increase memory function, eliminate fatigue, expand consciousness, and much more. This clearly written guide contains detailed instructions for practicing Jin Shin Jyutsu on oneself or a partner. Many of the exercises are so discreet that they can be employed during a meeting or on a crowded street. Jin Shin Jyutsu addresses the underlying causes of illness and can be used safely with any therapy or medication. You will find dozens of exercises for specific ailments and general well-being. The Touch of Healing includes introduction to the energy pathways in your body and the 26 sites in the body where this energy is concentrated; methods that allow you to release vital energy flow in parts of your own body or another person's; the five imbalances that block and reduce energy, and the simple steps to overcome them; and first aid and on-the-spot healing for colds, cholesterol levels, blood pressure, allergies, back tension, menstrual pain, headaches, and other ailments. Book Description
The Touch of Healing offers readers the means to greater health, vitality, and self-understanding through the practice of an ancient oriental healing art and practical holistic philosophy called Jin Shin Jystsu. Gentle touching similar to acupressure is used to release tension that accumulates and is at the root of dysfunction, disease, and imbalance. The authors explain the natural life force that runs through the body and demonstrate with case studies, detailed analysis, and more than 30 illustrations, how to integrate this system into one's life. The key healing points and body flows, known as "Safety Energy Locks," are presented with step-by-step instructions on how to utilize them for healing and greater self-awareness. Many self-help practices are also offered that address a wide array of common ailments, including headaches, digestive disorders, fatigue, depression, and arthritis along with prescriptive exercises for relief of emotional ailments such as loss of confidence, anxiety, and depression.

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This book review is part of a series that covers the topic of Energy Psychology. The Official Guide to Energy Psychology is Jon Mejia. Jon C Mejia is a researcher of neuroscience advances and author. He has invested hundreds of hours interviewing men and women from all walks of life examining the effect and cost of anxiety disorders both at the personal and the societal level. Jon’s investigation in this field led to his co-writing “Why Act Like a Mouse When You’re Really a Cat?”, an exploration of the workings of the mind based on the many interviews and stories he collected in the course of his research. Jon is also the co-creator of The Simone Zone™, a revolutionary approach to handling a wide variety of issues, including phobias and other anxiety based conditions utilizing a thought-based technology. This process currently has a patent pending

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