As we get older many of us start to ask the question “who am I”. Perhaps you are young and are already posing the question. When we understand who we really are, what we truly enjoy, what makes our heart sing, what foods delight us and so on without the influence of our peers, we then begin to understand the person that we are. Is it important that we do this? If you live the life that isn’t close to who you really are, then you place a strain on the body. In simply terms the person is trying be someone else – and that causes imbalances.
In Iridology we understand that the iris markings indicate the genetic patterning that has been ” allocated” to us – the individual.
If we lead our lives according to our iris markings and colours, in theory we should live a long and fruitful life. Bear in mind that Iridology looks at the behavioural side of a person as well as the health implications.
If we look at this iris we will see that it is right iris – the father’s side of the family.
1. The iris indicates creativity, good at communication, a visual thinker. It is also a glandular presentation on a mixed iris. Which suggests that the endocrine system (hormones) can come of balance and that rebalancing maybe required at frequent intervals throughout their lives.
2. Also the mixed colour – being the base colour shows that this person enjoys a more mediterranean lifestyle.
3. But if you look at the lacuna the shape at the bottom of the iris 6 o’clock this is an indication of lack of self esteem. Lack of belief in themselves and their ability to succeed.
4. There is also a stress axis that shows from the top of the iris to the bottom. What this indicates that stress has a instant and profound effect on this person. So a stressful job or home life is going to have health implications on this person. Interesting this person is Blood Group A and they really don’t like stress.
What we see here is a very different presentation.
A more methodical person who is not quite as creative as the genetics of the right iris.
We have a Rhomheld syndrome in the left iris (the big marking to right side of the iris as you face it) which is showing that there was conflict between the parents of this person’s and they have picked up on it and now carry it with them. Rhomheld syndromes are always in the left iris –
It is also an indication of a potential to cardiac concerns and distentions within the digestive tract affecting the heart.
It is interesting that this person struggles with their personality not knowing where they fit in with society. With two different iris patterning this can happen, but in this case the right iris is dominant – they are the creative being with good communication skills.
There is a lot more to see but I hope you get the idea of of how iridology can help you know who you are.
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