- The - Jin Shin Project
After my first session with this patient, I was contemplating how each side of the brain controls the opposite side of the body when I recalled hearing or reading at some point that the Bridge Channel helps the left and right side of the body communicate with each other, and facilitates success in any endeavor -be it healing, personal growth, creative work, entrepreneurism, etc. Thus I was curious to see if this sequence might help her recovery. Keeping in mind that my client had about 5 degrees of mobility on her affected side, you can imagine my shock and amazement when her arm and leg suddenly began wheeling repeatedly through the air on their own with complete range of motion when I was 90% through the sequence. I froze in fear that I might have triggered some dangerous neurological effect in her, but she was smiling with her eyes closed and she affirmed she was okay when I asked. At the end of our session, we were both delighted and astounded to find her range of motion increased about 5 percent! This was a first for both of us, and I immediately began seeking an explanation. I described what happened to a Physical Therapist I knew. But she had never heard of this before, and asked to witness the next session. My client agreed, but we didn't know if what happened was a fluke, or if it would happen again. But it did! When the same phenomenon recurred, the PT looked under my massage table but said nothing. When I completed the session, I asked her why she looked under the table. She looked a bit freaked out and said she thought I had my client hooked up to electrodes and was pranking her! That statement profoundly illustrated how all her training and experience as a Physical Therapist over 30 years gave her nothing to even remotely understand what she witnessed. When she went to PT school, one only needed a bachelor's degree to graduate. But by 2001, a doctorate was required to practice Physical Therapy. Thus, she invited a younger work colleague with a doctorate to join our next session, hoping he was exposed to new findings in this field that may help us understand how this deceptively simple technique was producing such extraordinary results. But he was equally baffled by what he saw. At that point, I began seeking a Neurologist to bear witness in hopes they'd be able to illuminate this situation. Unfortunately, I never managed to find one who was able to make time for this. Then, life swept me up, and I was forced to divert my attentions to other matters until 2021. Over 2 decades later, I have yet to meet anyone who could explain these results. Based on TCM theory, I anticipate the Bridge Channel may also facilitate recovery from PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, and slow or even reverse Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and MS despite their differing Western medical pathologies.
I'm still looking for a Neurologist to contribute their expertise to studies I designed, and funding to complete initial trials. Not having gone through medical school, I only learned in June 2021 that I may publish a Case Report in one or more relevant medical journals to hopefully inspire one or more medical experts (and universities, etc.) to join my project. Meanwhile, please share this link widely. If you know anyone suffering from any of these conditions, use the method I outlined here and report your results to me so I can collect preliminary data to encourage the financial, technical and academic support to advance larger studies. I hope these studies will support global dissemination of this natural, simple, non-invasive technique that anyone can learn to help patients recover from these life-altering conditions for free. If successful, I expect my Jin Shin Project will profoundly impact the medical industry and, by extension, society and economy. CONTACT me if you have any questions.
1. B 10 [Anchor Point (upper hand), your side]2. St 3 (lower hand, opposite side)3. K 27 (lower hand, both sides)4. St 16 (lower hand, opposite side)
5. B 47 [Anchor Point (upper hand), your side]6. K 11 (lower hand, your side)7. K 6 (lower hand, your side)8. B 62 (lower hand, your side)9. B 54 (lower hand, your side)10. B 48 (lower hand, your side)11. GB 29 (lower hand, your side)
12. SI 10 [Anchor Point (upper hand), your side]13. B 42 (lower hand, your side)14. B 38 (lower hand, your side) 15. St 3 (lower hand, your side) TIPS: Jin Shin works best when the recipient and provider are deeply relaxed and undistracted. - Work in a safe, quiet, comfortable, clean, uncluttered place where (and when) you won't be interrupted for up to 90 minutes*. * It usually takes a maximum of 5 minutes per synchronization, and there are actually 13 stages in this sequence. With 65 minutes or less needed for hands-on time, 90 minutes provides the additional time needed to prepare, debrief post-session, and make notes while details are fresh. - Turn off your phones. - Keep any discussion limited to completing your session. - Ensure neither of you will need to use the restroom. - Be hydrated. - Be neither hungry nor full. - Don't use substances to relax (alcohol, cannabis, etc.). These will confound the results of the work and the integrity of the study. - Mentally note your thoughts and feelings while you work, but don't engage them. Focus on your breathing and work to move past them. Mention whether you have understanding and/or training in TCM, Qigong, Tai Chi, Reiki, Yoga, Meditation or other Energy-Healing modalities. This could help me determine whether expectations influence results or if intention** and following these instructions alone are sufficient. ** I can't see how intention (to help a loved one recover) can be suspended or otherwise compartmentalized from performing this routine. Please share every detail you can think of, and ask me any questions you need to.