Iridology Made Easy

March 1, 2008
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Our eyes allow sight in two directions. They not only enable us to “see” outside ourselves by forming images within our minds, they also provide others with “in-sight” to what lies within us.

Long referred to by many as “Windows of the Soul”, modern research has recently confirmed that the eyes are also the “Mirrors of the Body” and the “Gateway to the Mind”.

Your eyes openly reveal to others many of your inherent (physical and psychological) characteristics, tendencies, and genetic potentials – both positive and negative – and provide a valuable means to better understand, accept and appreciate you – both as you are and as you could be.

Iridology Defined

Iridology (pronounced “eye-ridology”) is an ancient, widely practiced and increasingly applied art and science concerned with identifying, studying and interpreting the varying pigmentation, fiber patterns, and tissue condition within the colored portion of the eye (known as the iris)

The practice of Iridology is most commonly used today as a diagnostic assessment tool (to determine or monitor an individual’s physical and psychological strengths as well as areas of the bodymind that need attention). It is also increasingly being employed as a means of security – positively confirming individual identity (for various military, commercial, genealogical, and legal purposes).

No two irises are exactly the same, and the information (about a person) contained within (and revealed by) them is far more comprehensive, detailed and useful than a person’s fingerprints or any other single means of individual identification and assessment – with the possible exception of footprints (since experienced Lipin Apache trackers have claimed to be able to distinguish over 5000 individual traits from a single footprint).

[Among many other things, I have studied face and body reading, iridology, numerous typological systems, and both human and animal tracking – all from some of the top people in their respective fields.]

The eyes have been called “the windows of the soul” and modern research is proving this old adage to be true. Forty percent of the cranial nerves going into or out of the brain are just for the eyes.

Much of personality has to do with the ways in which a person processes and responds to sensory information (auditory, visual, touch, etc.). We process information from the past and present through the internal, energetic systems of thought and emotion; our behavior, expressed through words, habitual postures and gestures, communicates information to the world around us. Different patterns in the eye are directly correlated with specific behavioral characteristics and the ways of processing information.

The structure of the iris (the colored area encircling the pupil) is also a reflection of the individual’s life potential, revealing strengths and aspects of the personality that are undeveloped.

Empirical studies have confirmed that patterns in the iris are genetically determined. The iris of the eye is like a fingerprint. It is a long-term genetic pattern, a kind of blueprint of inheritance. By examining these patterns, we can see how a family tree influences character, relationship choices and health. Patterns in the left eye reflect traits acquired from the mother’s side of the family. Traits in the right eye are from the father’s side of the family. By comparing irises, we can determine the influence of each parental relationship in shaping the personality of the individual. Human character is transferred and modified from generation to generation.

A person’s iris type is referred to as his constitutional structure. There are, in essence, four primary iris structures.

Each of us is unique. Classifying human behavior into only a few fundamental personality types doesn’t alter that.

You are not the structure of your iris. You are more than your personality. Your personality, revealed in the structure of the iris, is in the process of changing, while your true self is constant and perfect.

Eye Color

When we say a person has blue eyes, or green eyes, or brown eyes, we are describing the color of his iris. The iris contains pigment, which produces eye color. When there is no pigment in the iris, the reddish color of the back of the eye shows through and the eye is pink, as in some rabbits.

Many newborn animals (like cats) start out with blue eyes, but often the color changes (to yellow) as they get older.

In humans, there are only two “true” eye colors in the world today: Blue and Brown. The structure of the stroma is different in the two. The brown eye is dense, not revealing the trabecula, and is more difficult to analyze. The blue eye is less dense, has its trabecula in the open and reveals itself more clearly. Blue eyes are much easier to study.

There are variations between the true blue and true brown eyes. Sometimes people born of blue- and brown-eyed parents have a mixture of both. Eye color will depend on that of parents and grandparents. Genetically, brown eyes are dominant and blue eyes are recessive.

Most babies of European ancestry are born with blue eyes. A few months later these children’s irises change to their permanent color, which (as with all physical characteristics) is determined by heredity.

Green eyes are found in all races! Anywhere people from different cultures, gene pools, and dominant eye-colors have intermingled and interbred, there is the potential for green eyes to appear in later generations.

Although a person’s eye color alone is only one factor of their overall make-up, certain generalizations about their personality can still be made, such as those with lighter eye colors tending to be more mental.

People with Brown eyes tend to be family oriented, warm-hearted, and affectionate. The deeper the brown, the more likely they may have intense, serious natures.

Those with Hazel eyes are often insight-oriented, mentally agile, people who may be easily bored, and may be restless when under pressure. Needing mental challenges, they may take on life at full tilt with 20 projects at once!

Green eyes usually belong to curious, intelligent people. They may become somewhat jealous when under stress.

People with Light Blue eyes tend to be peaceful, and may have low physical endurance.

Deep/Dark Blue eyes usually indicate an intense, spiritual individual with an active (and often analytical) mind. These people tend to be left-brained, like to think in “systems”, and may love computers! Blue-Grey eyes are often seen in benefit-focused, humanitarians, who may wish to remain anonymous in doing good deeds

Those with “Steel” Grey eyes are prone to be analytical, clear thinking, and philosophical. They may be seen as being cool, calculating, and having shrewd judgment.

Color Preferences

Preferences about colors in general seem to correlate with eye color and complexion.

As one travels from cold to hot climates, sunlight increases and skylight decreases. Intense light requires sun adaptation, or “red-sightedness”, and this may be accompanied by pigmentation within the eye, probably for protection against excessive sunlight.

Red sighted persons are typical brunettes, such as the “Latins”. They are likely to have dark eyes, hair, and complexion. Their natural preference is for red and all warm hues, a predilection that may be far from spiritual in origin and is probably due to a physiological process of accommodation to long waves of light. Blonds, on the other hand, are “green-sighted” and may have a different pigmentation. They are the Nordic and Scandinavian types, with bluish eyes, light hair, and light complexion. Their preference is for blue and green.

The deciding factor in color preference seems to be sunlight (or lack of it). Where sunlight is abundant, people are likely to show a preference for warm, vivid hues. Where there is relatively less sunlight, preference for cooler colors and softer tones will be found.

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One Response to “Iridology Made Easy”

  1. Very good post. You write verry good, keep up the good work and I will keep on visiting!

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