Ever wondered what your eyes reveal about your health?
Iridology is the science of analysing the structure, texture and colour of your eye marking. Different signs in the iris can indicate of structural, functional and disease state disturbances such as gastrointestinal, nervous system, skin, endocrine and musculoskeletal health. Observing changes in these markings can help ascertain health problems and help provide recommendations to improve your health.
It is also possible to see inflammation, irritation and congestion over the eye and the impact this is having on your health.
Iridology is completed as a part of every new consultation and provides information about the strengths and weaknesses or potential indicators of your health problems.
How is it performed?
A practitioner skilled in iris analysis uses a hand held light source and a small iridology torch to study the iris at length before completing the analysis. Each session usually takes between 10 minutes dependent on the extent of information obtained and is completely harmless to the eye. Naturopaths are not necessarily trained only as Iridologists. If you want to obtain a consultation involving only Iridology, it may be best to seek an Iridologist. Naturopaths generally train in several holistic therapies including Iridology, Flower Essences, Herbal & Nutritional Medicine, Homeopathic remedies and Lifestyle changes.
Where does Iridology come from?
Although the science of Iridology is at least 3,000 years old and is used worldwide, it is still essentially an unknown practice. The oldest discovered records to date have shown that a form of iris interpretation was used in ancient China as far back as 3,000 years ago, St. Luke in the Bible (Matthew 6:22-23) writes that Jesus Christ said, “The eye is the lamp of the body. If your eyes are good, your whole body will be full of light. But if your eyes are bad, your whole body will be full of darkness.” Two men “rediscovered” the idea of iris analysis in the nineteenth century and are both held to be the modern day “fathers of iridology” – Dr. Ignatz von Peczely of Germany and Nils Liljequist, a Swedish clergyman. Throughout the years others have contributed greatly to the development of iridology.
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