The science of Iridology involves reading the iris for changes in colour and markings which occur over the span of one’s life time.
Usually we are born with pristine coloured eyes, unless our mothers were exposed to trauma, toxins or medications.
The eyes are the window to the soul. To an Iridologist they reveal lots of important information about their patient’s physical and emotional health.
From the time we are born to the day we die our eyes, which are an extension of our brain and react to any nervous stimuli, record all that happens in our bodies.
Emotional trauma is also recorded in the iris as it is very real and we feel it and it causes us pain.
What the iris will not record is anything which took place under anaesthetic. Anaesthetic stops us from feeling pain, hence the eyes won’t react.
If an organ (your kidneys or gall bladder for example) was unwell for some time leading up to the operation, there will be a darkened mark on the area representing that particular organ an Iridologist can read.
The History Of Iridology
In 1840’s Hungarian Dr Ignatz von Peczely, accidently broke the leg of his pet owl he was playing with when he was only 10. He noticed a dark strip appear in the owl’s eye after the incident.
As the owl’s leg healed over time he noticed the black strip reduce to a dot with lines running towards it.
He later went on to become a doctor and stated observing his patient’s eyes, the markings location in relation to the patient’s accidents, or before and after an operation.
After seeing hundreds and thousands of patients he eventually drew up his first iris diagram.
It is also noted, at the same time in a different part of Europe, a Swedish Homeopath named Nils Liljequist was also writing about the science of Iridology and he wrote a two volumed book called "Diagnosis From The Eye".
All consults in our Clinic include an Iridology reading, and I use it as tool to confirm what the patient remembers from their case history of ailments. Iridology is also very helpful where a patient may have forgotten an incident.
The eyes always reveal the truth.
"SEE YOU ALL IN GOOD HEALTH"