Here are some alternative forms of healing that Happy Ho offers, with the helps of its trained masters. 

Bach Flower Therapy

Have you ever wondered if there is more to a flower than its appearance and fragrance? We do too! And so did Dr. Edward Bach, an English homeopath from the 1930s. He believed that illnesses were a result of disharmony between the body and mind, that they resulted from negative emotional states. He also believed that orthodox medicine was attentive to the body but negligent towards the mind. So he sought after alternative healing methods that could be developed naturally, using flowers. 

And so came up Bach Flower Remedies – a system of 38 remedies, based on the healing properties found in the dew on the petals of specific flowers. These remedies are basically solutions of brandy and water – the water consisting of extreme dilutions of flower material. When consumed, these gently restore the balance between mind and body by putting out the negative emotions and welcoming peace and happiness. 

Tarot Card Reading

Even if you don’t believe in divination or psychic abilities, chances are you would have come across a person spreading a deck of Tarot cards in order to predict another person’s future or provide insight into their past. 

“How can a pack of cards tell anything about our future?” – This is usually the first reaction of anybody ignorant of not experiencing mystical ways in which Tarot cards can cause a real difference in the manner we tend to perceive and deal with the challenges of our lives. 

Most commonly used deck of Tarot cards is the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot containing 78 different cards, each having its own meaning. Being divided into 22 cards of the Major Arcana, 56 cards of the Minor Arcana, the deck of Tarot represents substantial aspects of human life experience. The Major Arcana Tarot cards provide insight into the larger events of our lives; they shed light onto an overall spiritual aspect. The Minor Arcana Tarot cards provide insight into the smaller aspects of our lives, things that happen in our daily lives. 

Each Tarot card does have an assigned meaning to itself but the reading of the cards ultimately depends on the interpretation of the person in whose sight they are, basically the reader. And so different readers may interpret the same set of Tarot cards differently. 

Sujok Therapy

What if someone told you that your hands & feet were a remote control, using which you could operate parts of your entire body & cure illnesses? Well, that’s exactly what Su Jok Therapy is all about. Our hands and feet have active points corresponding to all organs of the body. Stimulation of these points produces a healing effect. 

Here are two examples. 

Find yourself PMSing? Firmly hold the tender point between the middle and ring finger of the hand, which represents the female urogenital organs, and press it gently until it’s no longer painful. Usually a minute or two is enough for the pain to subside.

Got a troublesome headache? Just press the tip of the thumb with a Su Jok Probe. You will be able to detect one or two points that are more painful than the rest. Now keeping the Probe on the pain point, just shake it clockwise and anticlockwise. You might find this painful but doing so for a minute will reduce the pain both at the point and in your head. 

The principle behind Su Jok is that there is a continuous flow of energy in all of us. This energy flows in a very systematic and uniformed manner. Su Jok’s aim is to balance the imbalanced energy in the body and restore harmony. 

Wish to book a session for any one of these healing methods? Contact us! Got any questions? Let us know in the comment sections.