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The iris or coloured part of your eyes contain a map to the condition of the tissues of your body.  Through understanding the markings on the iris an Iridologist can determine if you have an over acid or under acid stomach, irritable bowel problems, lymphatic congestion, inflammation and much more. Often this can be seen before the onset of any symptoms.  


I wish to include a quote from Dr. Jensen's book called 'Iridology'.


'I call Iridology the science of bringing light to dark places for two reasons.  The iris is a window, so to speak, showing what goes on inside the body.  When we find darkness in any area of the iris we find it corresponds to pathology somewhere in the body.  When we make the right life changes through exercise, nutrition, non suppressive therapies and replacing our poor habits with good ones, white healing lines come into the dark places of the iris, telling us that healing is taking place in the tissues"  


A session includes a detailed reading of the iris in which a map is charted for further reference.  Gentle therapies will be recommended at this point, herbs perhaps, maybe structural work or lightwork.  After a period of time the eyes are checked again because one of the truly remarkable aspects of this modality is you are able to see the healing signs so it is easy to check on one's progress.  



This is indeed a handy tool for the holistic healer's medicine bag.


Cost: $80.00  




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