Often HR managers are looking for the something a little different for the Staff Wellness Days. Iridology has proved to be a success in these events. The staff are a bit sceptical at first, but the brave ones put their name down and soon the word is out that ‘you should see the lady who does the eyes’. Why? Iridology looks at the individual: their genetic traits, for instance, are they intolerant to sugar – not diabetic – just have a potential weakness where sugar is concerned, so putting on weight very easily around their middle is one of the signs. A person my have a predisposition to inflammation and find that they limbs ache in very cold weather, that they become stiff and achy more than others after playing sport – and so on. This genetic trait is seen in the iris as a potential to inflammation.
WHAT IS YOUR PERSONALITY?
Iridology also talks about personalities: who is the writer, the graphic designer, the person who can see things ‘out of the box’? Who is very organised, works extremely hard without tiring? Who are the emotional type? Again these traits can be seen in the iris and are of enormous benefit to the person when they know who they are.
A CASE HISTORY AT A WELLNESSS DAY:
At a Wellness Day for a large company a young lady come for her Iridology reading. She was worried about her job as she didn’t seem to be able to put in the same work hours as her colleague. The afternoons were a struggle after lunch and by four o’clock ‘hit the wall’ with low of energy. Her boss had noticed this.
Her iris showed that she was a very creative person: she was very visual, she would be able to see things three dimensionally. Colours and form would be important to her. However her iris showed she was a very emotional person – this type of iris usually are. They take criticism very personally.
But the question was why was she getting so tired in the afternoon. Her iris showed that
she had orange markings on the pancreas zones which could indicate that her sugar levels could spike and then crash. So what was she eating at lunch time. It was nearly always the same – a Panini with ham, sweet chilli sauce and lots of coleslaw and a portion of chips. The Panini would be high in sugars – yes hidden sugars, but still sugars. The sweet chilli sauce again full of sugar and those chips, although delicious, potatoes in some people slow down the metabolic rate and they become sleepy and lethargic. So a change of diet is needed here – change the Panini for a wrap, put more vegetables in the wrap and possibly start with a homemade soup and put more variety into the lunches.
By the way she was in absolutely the correct position within the company – her job was advertising design – this was found out at the end of the consultation. The lady was delighted.