Many people say that the eyes are the window to the soul, but did you know that they are also the window to our state of health?
According to the book “Iridology Simplified”, written by Dr. Bernard Jensen, examining our eyes can tell us a lot about the health of the rest of our body. In the book, he described our eyes as “miniature television screens” that show us the conditions of parts of our bodies that we wouldn’t be able to examine otherwise.
“The iris of the eye is the most complex tissue of the body meeting the outside world,” Jensen wrote. “[It] is connected to every organ and tissue of the body by way of the brain and nervous system.”
In the book, Jensen provides us with an Iridology Chart (which can be viewed here). This chart shows us the areas of our eyes that coordinate with our various organs and and other body parts. Jensen explains that one of the easiest ways to identify problems with our health is by looking out for spots that can develop in these areas of the iris of our eyes, and provides us with a detailed explanation of the impact that it has on us.
Eye Spots and What They Mean About Your Health
In his book, Jensen identified two different types of “eye spots” that each tell you different things about your health. Although they are different, they both indicate a build up of toxins in your body, which can be pinpointed by their location on your iris using the Iridology Chart.
One of these types of spots is referred to as a “psora” or “psoric itch spots.” These spots identify inherited chemical imbalances that are passed on genetically by parents. These spots generally show up as heavy, dark brown or black patches. They are very difficult to get rid of, as they are genetic, however they can be improved by living a healthy lifestyle.
The other type of spots are referred to as “drug deposits.” These spots are found mainly in the digestive zone of your iris, as they indicate toxins that have been built up by a lifetime of eating processed foods and taking certain drugs and medications. These spots are generally smaller in size and brighter in color, showing up as yellow, red or orange. These sports can be avoided by eating natural food products and avoiding pharmaceutical and other drugs as much as possible.
If you notice any of these types of spots on your iris, you can use the Iridology Chart to identify which organ or part of your body that is full of toxins. For example, the bottom-right section of the iris on your right eye is the “liver” section, so if you notice a psora or a drug deposit in this area you may have a build up of toxins in your liver.
Although this chart provides a basis for you to judge your health from, it is always important to visit a healthcare professional if it is something that you are seriously worried about, as they will be able to distinguish it from more serious medical conditions.
For more information on toxic build up in the body, click here.