‘Sujok - A truly well-researched therapy’
|Source: The Hitavada Date: 11 Mar 2017 10:21:13|
Sujok is a modern, well researched, well documented and well tested method of ‘Pran Chikitsa’. It works on energy streams in body. While regulating the energy, it helps to treat diseases, said Sarsanghachalak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), Dr Mohan Bhagwat. Dr Bhagwat was inaugurating Sujok Hall, Global Sujok Conference and Mega Sujok Diagnosis and Treatment Camp at the administrative office of International Sujok Association (ISA) at Kamptee Road on Friday.
The programme was organised on the occasion of 75th birth anniversary of Prof Park Jae Woo, founder of Sujok Therapy and Triorigin Science and 30th anniversary of Sujok Discovery. Dr Park Minchul, Global President of International Sujok Association from South Korea; Prof Pratapsinh Chauhan, Vice-Chancellor of Saurashtra University, Rajkot Gujarat; Dr Kaladhar Arya, Director of UGC : HRDC (ASC) Saurashtra University Rajkot; RSS Mahanagar Sanghachalak Rajesh Loya and Nandkishore Sarda, Chairman of Sharda Ispat were the guests shared dais.
Dr Bhagwat stated that the modern medicines or modern health care system has its limitations to treat physical body. According to traditional ancient health science, body has been considered as an embodiment of mind (maan), intellect (buddhi) and consciousness (chitta). The entire house of human body is regulated by cosmic energy which is termed as ‘Prana Shakti’. Disease or sickness has its roots in unbalancing of all these entities, he added.
Stating that modern healthcare science has recently recognised the role of mind in causing diseases, Dr Bhagwat said, the present life style disorders like blood pressure, diabetes etc have been termed as psychosomatic diseases by modern medical science. Still, the modern health care has long way to go. Because after mind, the scientists have to recognise the role of chitta or consciousness and the energy or pran shakti.
Unfortunately, the modern health care system terms these traditional therapies of ancient medical science as ‘alternative therapies’. In fact, allopathic system of medicine is alternative therapy in real sense. When all other ancient and traditional systems of health care have considered all aspects like mind, body, consciousness and energy, the allopathic system has been limited to treating symptoms of body. These ancient therapies are complete and allopathic system should take help of these systems to get completeness, he added.
Dr Bhagwat mentioned that sickness has affected those who were weak. A strong person never gets affected with sickness. India has a long tradition of keeping good health by following daily routine techniques like aahar, vihar, vichar etc. These age old techniques have played an important role in keeping person health and strong. Unfortunately, the traditions have been lost in the rate race of competition and achieving worldly pleasures. Sujok therapy has revived the tradition and in modern form it has committed to assure strong health to an individual. This therapy should be spread across the country because of its cost effectiveness, understanding person in totality and giving relief to patients from pain, he stated.
Dr Park Minchul spoke on aims and objectives of International Sujok Association to spread the knowledge and education of Sujok to Indian society. Dr Kaladhar Arya discussed 21 methods of Sujok therapy in assuring sound mind, sound body and sound health. Dr Pratapsinh Chauhan discussed the tri-origin theory of Sujok which is based on Indian concept of ‘Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh’. Shubha Maheshwari, President and Dilip Chauhan, Secretary; Jignesh Gokani, General Secretary, Dhaval Pathak Organising Secretary of ISA; Anamika Malpani and Saroj Saware welcomed the guests.
Vandana Vyas conducted the proceedings and Priya Maheshwari proposed a vote of thanks. Prominent among those present on this occasion included, Dr Park Minkyu, Basantlal Saw, Ramesh Mantri, Jaiprakash Gupta, Girish Gandhi, Radheshyam Sarda, Vitthaldas Loya, Ramesh Mantri,Suresh Gandhi, Ajay Agrawal, Asha Sarda, Sharda Rathi and others.