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Su­jok can also com­ple­ment other al­ter­na­tive heal­ing meth­ods as well as con­ven­tional medicine. Ther­a­pists such as acupunc­tur­ists, re­flex­ol­o­gists and those prac­tis­ing reiki, bowen, shi­atsu and mas­sage have used su­jok, adding a new di­men­sion to the treat­ment and am­pli­fy­ing their suc­cess rates.

The med­i­cal pro­fes­sion in cer­tain coun­tries has also adopted su­jok to run along­side con­ven­tional treat­ment, like in Rus­sia for in­stance, where doc­tors have car­ried out ex­ten­sive test­ing in hos­pi­tals, prov­ing the ef­fec­tive­ness of this ther­apy.

While su­jok is more fo­cused on deal­ing with phys­i­cal ail­ments, it has been used to tackle emo­tional and men­tal is­sues as well. Seed ther­apy is said to help bal­ance emo­tions and hor­mones and can heal some­one suf­fer­ing from de­pres­sion or thy­roid prob­lems. “How­ever, a lot of heal­ing de­pends on the in­di­vid­ual. Our thoughts are en­ergy and what we think in­wardly will likely man­i­fest. If you tell your­self you are sick and can never be cured, the chances are you won’t. In the process of heal­ing, one should

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