Holistic Iridology - An Advanced Approach

Iridology is the science and practice of analyzing the iris to reveal level of health, inflammation, toxicity, degeneration, change and/or healing in the human body.

The iris, a relatively circular, pigmented membrane of connective, vascular and nerve tissue that surrounds the pupil, is the most complex external structure of the human anatomy.

There is a direct correlation between the embryological development of the human body and the development of the irises (or irides). The neurological reflex of the location in the iris of each structure of the body relates to this unfolding of cellular differentiation to form each organ, gland, bone and structure of the body as they emerge. Thus, the irides comprise a map of our genetic make-up. They reflect the strengths and weaknesses we are born with. It is believed that this genetic material can have an effect on our body from as far back as four generations or more. There are other maps of the body reflexes on a portion of the body. For example, foot reflexology has been utilized effectively to locate and treat areas of congestion of organs, glands and fluids through points located on the foot and ankle.

A holistic approach to iridology takes this art and science beyond the traditional, physical analysis of many modalities. The structures of organs, glands, fluids, bones and other tissues that comprise the body respond to our thoughts and emotions as well as the physical environment. Each of these structures has corresponding thought and emotional relationships.

-The central nerve system through the iris allows us to indicate your overall health conditions.
-The iris has a direct connection to every to organ and tissue in the body, by way of the brain and nervous system.
-The main advantage of iridology vs. other forms of health screening is that changes appear in the iris before the physical symptoms develop.
-The physical symptoms can therefore be treated more quickly and effectively, with the use of iridology, than with the use of traditional  diagnostic  methods.
-Detecting underlying signs of developing disease at an early stage is vital in recommending treatment. This is especially true, in order to prevent full  blown diseases such as: cancer, stroke, heart attack, Alzheimer's disease and multiple sclerosis.