I had a great time having a cup of tea with Regina.
We were talking about herbs, menopause, Iridology etc.
Listen in and enjoy our talk
Few years ago when I started to promote Iridology at Holistic Expo I noticed two kind of reactions within people after I explained to them what Iridology is all about.
One reaction could be "Wow, that is amazing, I would love to know"!
The other reaction would be something like this: "Oh no I would never want to know, that is way to scary".
Today I like to talk about the fear of some people about an Iridology reading.
Long time ago when Iridology was in it's infant stage, Iridologists looked into people's iris and they started to tell EVERYTHING THEY saw, it could sound like this:, pancreas weak, possible kidney stones, liver toxic, digestive system weak, adrenals shut down.......
Of course a natural reaction would be "OH NO! And who could argue about their reaction, I wouldn't want to hear that much bad news either.
Iridology is different today. After years and years of research we are grouping certain signs together and we are telling a client only in what category they are fitting. That new information is not about putting people down, that new information is actually empowering and freeing people of their fear of getting sick.
A modern Iridologist only gives accurate and personal information that is of value for that person of that moment right now. A lot of signs can be a genetic sign from previous generations before, which means that a person might never end up with certain diseases due to their lifestyle and nutritional habits.
Iridologists have to have a great open communication with their clients to decipher through the not so important messages of the iris --to the most important messages for the client.
So how do I do it? I ask questions. Yes, that's how simple it can be. But I only know what to ask for through the signs of the eyes!! Iridology is like a secret language and I am the translator. We all know that if you want to speak a foreign language correctly, you need to stop translating every single word instead you only translate the meaning of the sentence. As an Iridologist I translate signs from the iris into a meaningful message for my client.
Nothing can be more exciting for me as changing a fearful client into a motivated, inspired and empowered client. A client who knows now that they can be in control of their own health.