DAY 336: Sujok Therapy

hands and feet“SUJOK Therapy was developed by Prof. Park Jaewoo from South Korea in later part of the 20th century. It works on the principle that the human body is a form of well-harmonized universe. The body innately has everything needed to maintain itself to its optimum. And indeed this has been proven true as we witness healing miracles every day.

Sujok in Korean means ‘Hand & Foot’. “SU” means a hand & “JOK” means a foot. It is expressed in ancient healing systems that our hands and feet resemble our body structure and certain points on hands and feet when stimulated, have a direct effect on the related organs. Stimulation of these points produces an evident treatment and prophylactic effect. These points are arranged on the hands & feet in the anatomic structure of the organism.

The body and its corresponding areas interact continuously and when this knowledge is applied in the form of a technique like Sujok or Acupressure, the energy meridians of the body are cleared which then helps in resuming the flow of vital energy. As the malfunctioning organ starts receiving the vital energy once again, we see a shift in the functioning of the organ and a consequent relief from disease. When we are not sick we might not need intensive therapy, however good physical activity like walking, running, household work, dance etc. are the best ways to keep these vital points stimulated, which can help us maintain good health naturally . However when our health is compromised we can always consider Sujok an accessible and effective method of improving our health, getting fast & markedly curative results. […]

At our holistic healing centre in Mumbai, we offer Sujok therapy not in isolation; rather we give it in combination with certain therapies that further enhance the effectiveness of the therapy and the patients get faster and lasting results. Sujok has been found to be effective in diseases like kidney/liver failure, high or low blood pressure, coma, diabetes, spinal disorders, nervous disorders, stress & depression, hormonal imbalance, vertigo, heart problems, skin problems, etc.”

 

Amarjit Singh Narula wrote Chapter 30 in the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge. He is a civil engineer who became a holistic healer. He travels extensively to teach and spread awareness about the need and scope of Alternative Healing. He hosts a daily holistic show on Aastha Channel. www.sujokacupressure.net

Love,

Rucsandra

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