SJ T Alka Sodhani. "NO DISEASE IS INCURABLE".
If you are tired of prolonged medication with no results, excessive pain, stress, and entangled with lifestyle diseases then it is time to switch to Sujok. It an age old oriental medicine. It is a drug less therapy which uses hands and feet to cure. Acupuncture ,acupressure, colour therapy, seed therapy, twist therapy , magnet therapy ,moxibustion , smile meditation, samwondong , samwongong are some of the modalities that we use.
Acupuncture is one of the main forms of treatment in traditional Chinese medicine. It involves the use of sharp, thin needles that are inserted in the body at very specific points. This process is believed to adjust and alter the body’s energy flow into healthier patterns, and is used to treat a wide variety of illnesses and health conditions.
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends acupuncture as an effective treatment for over forty medical problems, including allergies, respiratory conditions, gastrointestinal disorders, gynaecological problems, nervous conditions, disorders of the eyes, nose and throat, and childhood illnesses, among others. Acupuncture has been used in the treatment of alcoholism and substance abuse. It is an effective and low-cost treatment for headaches and chronic pain, associated with problems like back injuries and arthritis. It has also been used to supplement invasive Western treatments like chemotherapy and surgery. Acupuncture is generally most effective when used as prevention or before a health condition becomes acute, but it has been used to help patients suffering from cancer and AIDS. Acupuncture is limited in treating conditions or traumas that require surgery or emergency care (such as for broken bones).
The original text of Chinese medicine is the Nei Ching, The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine, which is estimated to be at least 2,500 years old. Thousands of books since then have been written on the subject of Chinese healing, and its basic philosophies spread long ago to other Asian civilizations. Nearly all of the forms of Oriental medicine which are used in the West today, including acupuncture, shiatsu, acupressure massage, and macrobiotics, are part of or have their roots in Chinese medicine. Legend has it that acupuncture developed when early Chinese physicians observed unpredicted effects of puncture wounds in Chinese warriors. The oldest known text on acupuncture, the Systematic Classic of Acupuncture, dates back to 282 A.D. Although acupuncture is its best known technique, Chinese medicine traditionally utilizes herbal remedies, dietary therapy, lifestyle changes and other means to treat patients.
In the early 1900s, only a few Western physicians who had visited China were fascinated by acupuncture, but outside of Asian-American communities it remained virtually unknown until the 1970s, when Richard Nixon became the first U.S. president to visit China. On Nixon’s trip, journalists were amazed to observe major operations being performed on patients without the use of anesthetics. Instead, wide-awake patients were being operated on with only acupuncture needles inserted into them to control pain. During that time, a famous columnist for the New York Times, James Reston, had to undergo surgery and elected to use acupuncture instead of pain medication, and he wrote some convincing stories on its effectiveness.
Today, acupuncture is being practiced in all 50 states by over 9,000 practitioners, with over 4,000 MDs including it in their practices. Acupuncture has shown notable success in treating many conditions, and over 15 million Americans have used it as a therapy. Acupuncture, however, remains largely unsupported by the medical establishment. The American Medical Association has been resistant to researching it, as it is based on concepts very different from the Western scientific model.
Several forms of acupuncture are being used today in America. Japanese acupuncture uses extremely thin needles and does not incorporate herbal medicine in its practice. Auricular acupuncture uses acupuncture points only on the ear, which are believed to stimulate and balance internal organs. In France, where acupuncture is very popular and more accepted by the medical establishment, neurologist Paul Nogier developed a system of acupuncture based on neuroendocrine theory rather than on traditional Chinese concepts, which is gaining some use in America.
Acupressure — Form of massage using acupuncture points.
Auricular acupuncture — Acupuncture using only points found on the ears.
Chi — Basic life energy.
Meridian — Channel through which chi travels in the body.
Moxibustion — Acupuncture technique which burns the herb moxa or mugwort.
Tonification — Acupuncture technique for strengthening the body.
Yin/Yang — Universal characteristics used to describe aspects of the natural world.
Basic ideas of Chinese medicine
Chinese medicine views the body as a small part of the universe, and subject to universal laws and principles of harmony and balance. Chinese medicine does not draw a sharp line, as Western medicine does, between mind and body. The Chinese system believes that emotions and mental states are every bit as influential on disease as purely physical mechanisms, and considers factors like work, environment, lifestyle and relationships as fundamental to the overall picture of a patient’s health. Chinese medicine also uses very different symbols and ideas to discuss the body and health. While Western medicine typically describes health in terms of measurable physical processes made up of chemical reactions, the Chinese use ideas like yin and yang, chi, the organ system, and the five elements to describe health and the body. To understand the ideas behind acupuncture, it is worthwhile to introduce some of these basic terms.
YIN AND YANG. According to Chinese philosophy, the universe and the body can be described by two separate but complementary principles, that of yin and yang. For example, in temperature, yin is cold and yang is hot. In gender, yin is female and yang is male. In activity, yin is passive and yang is active. In light, yin is dark and yang is bright; in direction yin is inward and downward and yang is outward and up, and so on. Nothing is ever completely yin or yang, but a combination of the two. These two principles are always interacting, opposing, and influencing each other. The goal of Chinese medicine is not to eliminate either yin or yang, but to allow the two to balance each other and exist harmoniously together. For instance, if a person suffers from symptoms of high blood pressure, the Chinese system would say that the heart organ might have too much yang, and would recommend methods either to reduce the yang or to increase the yin of the heart, depending on the other symptoms and organs in the body. Thus, acupuncture therapies seek to either increase or reduce yang, or increase or reduce yin in particular regions of the body.
CHI. Another fundamental concept of Chinese medicine is that of chi (pronounced chee, also spelled qi). Chi is the fundamental life energy of the universe. It is invisible and is found in the environment in the air, water, food and sunlight. In the body, it is the invisible vital force that creates and animates life. We are all born with inherited amounts of chi, and we also get acquired chi from the food we eat and the air we breathe. The level and quality of a person’s chi also depends on the state of physical, mental and emotional balance. Chi travels through the body along channels called meridians.
THE ORGAN SYSTEM. In the Chinese system, there are twelve main organs: the lung, large intestine, stomach, spleen, heart, small intestine, urinary bladder, kidney, liver, gallbladder, pericardium, and the “triple warmer,” which represents the entire torso region. Each organ has chi energy associated with it, and each organ interacts with particular emotions on the mental level. As there are twelve organs, there are twelve types of chi which can move through the body, and these move through twelve main channels or meridians. Chinese doctors connect symptoms to organs. That is, symptoms are caused by yin/yang imbalances in one or more organs, or by an unhealthy flow of chi to or from one organ to another. Each organ has a different profile of symptoms it can manifest.
THE FIVE ELEMENTS. Another basis of Chinese theory is that the world and body are made up of five main elements: wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. These elements are all interconnected, and each element either generates or controls another element. For instance, water controls fire and earth generates metal. Each organ is associated with one of the five elements. The Chinese system uses elements and organs to describe and treat conditions. For instance, the kidney is associated with water and the heart is associated with fire, and the two organs are related as water and fire are related. If the kidney is weak, then there might be a corresponding fire problem in the heart, so treatment might be made by acupuncture or herbs to cool the heart system and/or increase energy in the kidney system.
The Chinese have developed an intricate system of how organs and elements are related to physical and mental symptoms, and the above example is a very simple one. Although this system sounds suspect to Western scientists, some interesting parallels have been observed. For instance, Western medicine has observed that with severe heart problems, kidney failure often follows, but it still does not know exactly why. In Chinese medicine, this connection between the two organs has long been established.
MEDICAL PROBLEMS AND ACUPUNCTURE. In Chinese medicine, disease as seen as imbalances in the organ system or chi meridians, and the goal of any remedy or treatment is to assist the body in reestablishing its innate harmony. Disease can be caused by internal factors like emotions, external factors like the environment and weather, and other factors like injuries, trauma, diet, and germs. However, infection is seen not as primarily a problem with germs and viruses, but as a weakness in the energy of the body which is allowing a sickness to occur. In Chinese medicine, no two illnesses are ever the same, as each body has its own characteristics of symptoms and balance. Acupuncture is used to open or adjust the flow of chi throughout the organ system, which will strengthen the body and prompt it to heal itself.
A VISIT TO THE ACUPUNCTURIST. The first thing an acupuncturist will do is get a thorough idea of a patient’s medical history and symptoms, both physical and emotional. This is done with a long questionnaire and interview. Then the acupuncturist will examine the patient to find further symptoms, looking closely at the tongue, the pulse at various points in the body, the complexion, general behavior, and other signs like coughs or pains. From this, the practitioner will be able to determine patterns of symptoms which indicate which organs and areas are imbalanced. Depending on the problem, the acupuncturist will insert needles to manipulate chi on one or more of the twelve organ meridians. On these twelve meridians, there are nearly 2,000 points which can be used in acupuncture, with around 200 points being most frequently used by traditional acupuncturists. During an individual treatment, one to twenty needles may be used, depending on which meridian points are chosen.
Acupuncture needles are always sterilized and acupuncture is a very safe procedure. The depth of insertion of needles varies, depending on which chi channels are being treated. Some points barely go beyond superficial layers of skin, while some acupuncture points require a depth of 1-3 in (2.5-7.5 cm) of needle. The needles generally do not cause pain. Patients sometimes report pinching sensations and often pleasant sensations, as the body experiences healing. Depending on the problem, the acupuncturist might spin or move the needles, or even pass a slight electrical current through some of them. Moxibustion may be sometimes used, in which an herbal mixture (moxa or mugwort) is either burned like incense on the acupuncture point or on the end of the needle, which is believed to stimulate chi in a particular way. Also, acupuncturists sometimes use cupping, during which small suction cups are placed on meridian points to stimulate them.
How long the needles are inserted also varies. Some patients only require a quick in and out insertion to clear problems and provide tonification (strengthening of health), while some other conditions might require needles inserted up to an hour or more. The average visit to an acupuncturist takes about thirty minutes. The number of visits to the acupuncturist varies as well, with some conditions improved in one or two sessions and others requiring a series of six or more visits over the course of weeks or months.
Costs for acupuncture can vary, depending on whether the practitioner is an MD.
Acupuncture is generally a very safe procedure. If a patient is in doubt about a medical condition, more than one physician should be consulted. Also, a patient should always feel comfortable and confident that their acupuncturist is knowledgable and properly trained.
Research and general acceptance
Mainstream medicine has been slow to accept acupuncture; although more MDs are using it, the American Medical Association does not recognize it as a specialty. The reason for this is that the mechanism of acupuncture is difficult to scientifically understand or measure, such as the invisible energy of chi in the body. Western medicine, admitting that acupuncture works in many cases, has theorized that the energy meridians are actually part of the nervous system and that acupuncture relieves pain by releasing endorphins, or natural pain killers, into the bloodstream. Despite the ambiguity in the biochemistry involved, acupuncture continues to show effectiveness in clinical tests, from reducing pain to alleviating the symptoms of chronic illnesses, and research in acupuncture is currently growing. The Office of Alternative Medicine of the National Institute of Health is currently funding research in the use of acupuncture for treating depression and attention-deficit disorder.
SUJOK- An art of healing:
Sujok is a Drugless therapy to heal and put a person to ease from his dis-eased self.
The Korean word Su means hand and Jok is foot. It is acupuncture, acupressure, seed, colour, twist, chakra, tri origin, palm leaf, energy flow, six ki, zonal, smile meditation etc, using hands and feet for treatment. The inventor of the science is Prof. Park Jae Woo. It is very interesting to note that the structure of the hand and foot demonstrates a surprising similarity with the structure of the human body. This similarity is the manifestation of deep inner relationships existing between the body and the hand.
Sujok is a theory based on the fundamental
traditional information of-
• Korean acupuncture
• Chinese acupuncture
• Indian Chakra system
• Egyptian Pyramid Energy System
• Mesopotamian Spiral Energy stem
In Sujok therapy treatment is given at various levels
Metaphysical (bio energy system of the body)
Reason (brain, intellectual)
The Sujok therapy is not only a mode of healing but
it explains the laws of nature in the form of naturallaws and philosophy of existence.
SUJOK IN KOREAN MEANS HAND AND FOOT. IN THIS SCIENCE THE WHOLE BODY IS REPRESENTED ON THE HAND AND FOOT .
I UNDERSTAND TRAUMA AND PAIN HENCE WHEN THE PATIENT IS REALLY IN TROUBLE TREATING HIM ONLINE IN THE COMFORT OF HIS HOME IS THE BEST WAY OF HELPING HIM OUT.
PAIN CAN BE REMOVED INSTANTLY AS I GUIDE HIM ON LINE.
THE ACUPRESSURE POINTS WHEN STIMULATED WILL RELEASE THE BLOCKED ENERGIES AND CLEAR THE PAIN IN A FEW MINUTES.2018-02-06T08:58:24
Home visits are available on request for patients who are house bound and are terminally ill, and unable to come to our healing centre. All requests for home visits will be assesed by SJ T. Alka Sodhani.
At home visits, young therapists will treat the patient with full dedicatiion, love and care. If you are house bound and too ill to attend the Sujok healing centre please take prior appointment so that visits can be planned. A relative can come to the centre with all required test reports for the full assessment of the patient, The young therapists are given best protocol for the patient.
Very elderly people, paralytic patients, mentally sick, spastic children, and other terminally bed ridden patients are the right candidates for our home service.2017-10-14T11:02:34
Moxibustion is a traditional Chinese medicine therapy which consists of burning dried mugwort (moxa) on particular points on the body. It is a traditional medical treatment of Korea, China, Tibet, Japan, Vietnam, and Mongolia. Korean language it is called tteum.
Mugwort is aged and ground up to a fluff; practitioners burn the fluff or process it further into a cigar-shaped stick. They can use it indirectly putting on the acupuncture needle, in turn heating them up , or burn it and use the smoke, new age mini moxas are self adhesive which are pasted on the acupuncture points.
Energy points in Su Jok are warmed by the moxa stick to give instant energy especially to old people, injury points, and painful points, to enhance the energy of the meridians as well as the organs. Moxa is well used for infertility cases, polycystic ovaries, turn the breach baby, cancer, colitis, asthma, and nephrotic syndrome and all other kidney issues.
Smokeless moxa is used for people who are allergic to smoke and in places like USA where burning moxa with smoke is difficult. Mini and thread moxas are very thin and used for mini system in Su Jok where the whole body can be miniaturized in the first phalange of any finger. Since the organs become small naturally, hence the mini moxas are effective treatment.
Moxas are being used from more than 3000 years. Classical acupuncturists use them directly on body parts and the meridians.
Sam Won Gong is a new motional physical exercise in comparison to other exercises .We can enhance energy by stretching our body vertically. This will also activate our mind, body and soul. There are 8 vertical lines in our body running equidistance and parallel to each other in the body including hands and legs. Metaphysically energy runs along these vertical channels when we eat, breath, when the blood, lymph and nerve impulses are transmitted. Therefore exercising Sam Won Gong we have opportunity to be aware of our body in order to correctly control our energies. We can diagnose and treat diseases with this theory . People can learn Sam Won Gong and keep their energies balanced.2017-09-21T10:21:01
Smile is perfection, a perfect situation gives birth to a smile. It is the basic nature of the living world, be it humans or animals whenever they are happiest they smile naturally. Its a natural instinct and the language understood world wide. The world and smile appeared together , we smile and exist .Death is wondrous too. As ignorance fades away smile appears. It might appear even at deathbed. Smile guarantees success and a harmonious life. While we smile we are with God. If we maintain this smile we are always accompanied by God . Sujok therapy is aimed at perfection . We also teach smile taiji to harmonize body and mind and soul. Smile meditation is the most effective independent system for those who really wish to become observant, widen their horizon, become richest in knowing the mysteries of longevity ,and make the life on our planet perfect.
We can meditate with an artificial smile and reversely create a happy body, mind and soul.
We Sujok healers teach and practice smile meditation.2017-10-09T10:54:11
Sujok is the natural science which doesnt need any artificial gadgets. Even if we are in the middle of the jungle, a leaf could be used for healing purpose.
Leaves can be choosen according to color, shape and size. In the clinic we apply the leaf with the paper tape to the hand or the foot. But in wilderness it can be used by sticking the leaf with plain water for healing.
Sujok is a science of common sense.2017-09-19T11:09:55
A scientific Movement to control Body, Mind & Soul
SAM means Tri, WON means Origin, DONG means Movement or Motion
Benefits of Samwondong
Harmonizes and Rejuvenates Body, Mind & Soul.
One can feel and channelize the energy of body.
Helps to keep healthy and fit and control weight.
Improves body balance and flexibility, builds up strength.
Helps to treat Physical, Mental and Emotional problems.
Provides ability to control energies by consciousness.
Promotes deeper meditation to achieve real self perfection.2017-09-19T10:53:52
When a patient comes to us with a certain problem, we note down the year, date, time and place of his birth and create mudra and mantra for his meditation.This is according to the tri origin theory.The patient can thus meditate with his personal mudra and chant his personalised mantra . All problems which are psychosomatic in nature will benefit from meditation. People undergoing treatment for diseases like cancer, infertility, auto-immune disorders, chronic illnesses, over-worked professionals, mentally sick people, pregnant women, hypersensitive and angry people can benefit from meditation. School children who have difficulty in concentration and are hyperactive should be taught meditation.2017-09-25T07:05:44
We use micro magnets which are stick shaped magnets called bar magnets, small round magnets called byol magnets, star magnets, ring magnets, chakra magnets, etc. These magnets can influence the byol meridians in the palm and foot or the organs represented in palm and foot. Energies in the meridians whether excessive or deficient, can be diagnosed by changing the directions. As a rule energy moves from north to south. So we first place north end of the bar magnet and then the south along the direction of the meridian to tonify it. Very fast results can be achieved by correct application of the magnets. Magnet therapy is non-invasive and can be used for children and adults alike.
Similarly magnets can be placed on the correspondence organs to balance their energies.
Chakra balancing is done with the help of magnets as well.
Zonal Sujok Ki with the help of magnets gives very fast results. It is amazing to know that a match stick can also be used like a magnet without knowing its north and south pole. Every living object can be interestingly used to transfer energy.2017-09-19T07:44:51