For millennia, mystics and academics have studied the significance of the differences between people’s eye colours – and contemplated whether the structure and patterns that lie within may in fact be a key to the body, mind and soul in terms of identifying and even healing ailments and emotional difficulties. Is iridology a window into our anxieties, resentments and limitations? What do your eyes tell you about ability to forgive and connect, and about the health of our bodies’ states, systems and organs? The eyes don’t lie.
By learning from the past and looking deep into the eyes, there are alternative and additional ways to improve your health, alter your behaviour and gain access to the lifestyle of your dreams.
Iridology can be used to determine potential health problems at the earliest stage. This enables you an opportunity to prevent illness and maintain optimum wellness.
Want to know what I see in your eyes?
Did you know that iridological principles date all the way back to the 17th century document Chiromatica Medica? Today, it is a well-used and fascinating assessment tool for a range of health conditions, including genetic predispositions to disease, markers for the bodily systems in need of nurturing and support, and a range of emotional and psychological conditions and states including:
- Reveal basic constitutional strength
- Provide a holistic view of the body
- Identify areas of potential inflammation
- Identify propensity for poor elimination
- Digestive and Hormonal issues
- Cardiovascular and skin disorders
- Stress and Anxiety
- Identify propensity for over-acidity (which can lead to pre-arthritic conditions)
- Identify what areas of the body may explain underlying causes of symptoms
- Reveal propensity for adverse tissue change, or reduced function or vitality in the body before it manifests as illness
- Reveal propensity for an increased need for particular nutrients, and hence propensity for vitamin and mineral deficiencies
- Identify whether a client has a propensity to be impacted by stress
- Identify any propensity for reduced assimilation, elimination, and other digestive and endocrine functions