Iridology Analysis, Assessment, Treatment and Health
Iridology is the analysis of the iris, the coloured disk of the eye. It is often wrongly referred to as diagnosis. To diagnose is to put a name to your disease, but as Hippocrates said, it’s more important to know the person that has the disease, than to know the disease the person has.
Iridology shows us the individual constitution and can highlight the pathway to ill-health, alert us to our hidden threats, reveal our strengths, and thereby illuminate our true potential for self-healing. See Iridology chart.
Iridology enables a practitioner to assess individuals health predispositions whether they be positive or negative. It provides an in depth analysis of the efficiency or otherwise of the body’s various systems and the location of toxic or irritative conditions, revealing root causes of disease. In this way Iridology represents a veritable method for preventative medicine.
The eye is not only ‘the mirror of the soul’ but it also frequently reveals abnormal conditions and changes in every organ and part of the body. Nerve fibres of the iris are connected to the brain via the hypothalamus. Thus we have a visible extension of the brain.
The organs of the body are represented in the iris of the eye in well defined areas and by means of various marks, signs, abnormal colours or discolourations, we are able to reveal an individual’s heredity or constitution.
Iridologists assess colour and fibre structure variations to assess the constitutional strength of the physical body, as well as aspects of personality which can be influenced by conscious and subliminal emotional patterns.
The colour and pattern of your eyes is a reflection of your unique genetic inheritance from three generations behind you. How you develop your dispositions depends on the way you eat, drink, think, live and love.
To discover what your eyes are telling you book a session by contacting Oliver. And if there’s something you want to know about how iridology can help you make healthier choices. To find out more please call or email Oliver on 020 3332 0030