Acupressure & Mudra Therapy

I. Acupressure

The new millennium is poised for grater health challenges. The present popular health care system has miserably failed to deal effectively with human health, endangered by ever increasing health disaster in form of heart diseases, cancer, AIDS, various form of hepatitis, mental disorders, stress generated disorders etc. “The reduction of life in its complicated forms of certain fundamentals that can then be resynthesized for a better understanding of man and his ills is the basic concern of bio medical research. In this reductionist spirit, all too frequently the original phenomenon itself is lost on the way. “In addition the high risks of modern medical technology have led to a further significant increase in health costs through excessive use of high technology and medicines within the mechanistic model of illness. The frightening health scenario has put forth the necessity to think and look for some “ALTERNATE”.

Classical acupuncture The classical 12 main meridians, the 8 extra meridians, and their attendant points are represented on the hands and feet, in Byol meridians and Byol points. This form of treatment applies the theories and experiences of classical acupuncture like five element theory, Yin Yang Principle, Six ki principle etc. in combination with the new theories of SU JOKACUPUNCTURE such as Ten Celestial Stem Constitutions, Six Ki Constitutions, Ten Emotional Constitutions, Ten Reason Constitutions etc.

These two dimensions, when independently practiced are though effective in treating variety of illnesses, however, the combination of two, in accordance with the situation will produce most rapid results..

Apart from the above two, various other dimensions of SU JOK have been developed by Prof. Park Jae Woo. These include Homo-Hetero principle, Eight origin theory, Diamond structure, Chakra system, Onnuri auricular therapy, Space energy diagnostics, Multi level constitution. .

II. Mudra Therapy

If there are ailments, there are treatments also. Originally, Mudra gyan was used only for some rituals, relaxation and deep meditation by Hindus but now Mudra science has become very popular with all the religions. Mudras are basically the gestures that produce the kind of relaxation and satisfaction. It doesn't only refer to twisting and curling your body into different shapes and poses, but it also involves some specific mudras posed during meditations. Mudras mean gestures adopted during pranayams and meditations. Mudra healing many a times gives positive impact even on deteriorated parts of the body as well. Many experiments have demonstrated that hand madras have got great impact on many regions of brain e.g. Bhumisparsha mudra has got massive effect on Brain activities. The most well-known mudras are probably the ones performed while meditating. The finger tips of every living being have many concentrated nerve root endings which are free energy discharge points