What is irisology?
“The iris, sclera and pupil of the eye show the veil created by the soul through consciousness (or forgetfulness), which reflects the illusion that prepares the soul to fully enlighten reality.”
– David J,. Pesek, Ph.D. , September 1988
The eye has long been known as the “window of the soul.” But few people know how real this observation is. Accurate analysis of iris structure and pigmentation can provide information about you or your customers that is difficult to find by other means. This information is very valuable, and irisology should be a widely implemented assessment tool in the physical and mental health fields. There are many factors that influence our health and personality, many of which are reflected in the iris. Look closely at the eyes in the mirror and look at the irises of the people around you. You will see many different iris fibers and color patterns. Like a fingerprint or a face, no two are exactly the same, we are not! The iris structure is unique and is now used for secure identification of ATMs and airports. In the future, Microsoft’s house will use an eye scanner to identify residents and unlock the door.
Iris is a scientific study based on iris – the colored part of the eye. Like the markers on the map, the iris shows physiological conditions, mental health risks, various organ challenges and/or strengths, and personality traits.
Through irisology, we can understand your past, present and potential future health by evaluating various body systems. Your genetic predisposition is also complicated by the accumulation of toxicity in different parts of the body.
Iris science is based on one of the most complex organizational structures of the body – the analogy of the iris.
This is a method by which a doctor or Health Care practitioner can discern the state of reflection of various organs and body systems from the markers or signs of the iris. These markers represent a detailed picture of the integrity of the body; it has constitutional potential, areas of crowded or toxic accumulation, and inherent challenges and gifts.