YOUR FINGER IS CONNECTED TO YOUR ORGAN! JAPANESE TECHNIQUE FOR CURING DISEASE!

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Many countries have precise techniques, methods and curing treatments much different than the medical ones. For example, the Japanese have a technique that is based on our fingers and requires only 5 minutes. They explain that each finger is connected with 2 organs from our body.

Jin shin Jitsu is form of art for healing that is used a long time ago. This method helps in balance of emotions with stimulation of determined points on your hands.
This useful technique will help you “affect” certain body organs by holding a finger just for three to five minutes. While doing this, you should breathe deeply and afterwards, you should massage the fingers on both hands. This whole procedure lasts for around three minutes.
In addition, it is very important to mention that each organ is also connected to a certain emotion.
Below you will find more information about which finger is connected to which body organ and thus you will be able to help yourself.
THUMB
Organs: Stomach and Spleenwort
Emotions: Anxiety and Depression
Most common symptoms: skin problems, stomach pain, anxiety, headaches, etc.
MIDDLE FINGER
Organs: Yolky bitter and Liver
Emotions: Rage, Anger and Indetermination
Most common symptoms: menstrual pain, migraines, headaches, especially in the frontal area, tiredness, problems with circulation
RING FINGER

Organs: Large intestine and Lungs
Emotions: Sadness, Fear, Negativity
Most common symptoms: asthma and other respiratory problems, digestion problems, skin conditions
PINKIE
Organs: Small intestine and Heart
Emotions: Anxiety and Lack of self-confidence
Most common symptoms: throat pain, heart disease, problems with your bones, etc.
INDEX FINGER
Organs: Urinary bladder and Kidneys
Emotions: Fear, Confusion, Discontent
Most common symptoms: back pain, muscle and tooth pain, digestion problems, etc.

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