It is important to note that Iridology is not used for diagnostic purposes. But can be used as a tool to adjust unhealthy lifestyle habits to prevent inherited predispositions.
Iridology provides a painless, economical, and non-invasive means of assessing genetic predisposition and Temna may use it in conjunction with the Zyto biofeedback scan. Iridology can uncover inherited predispositions decades before symptoms occur or diagnostic testing may reveal.
HOW IT WORKS
The following overview of Iridology is scientifically explained in detail by David J. Pesek, Ph.D (founder of International Institute of Iridology):
With respect to human anatomy and physiology, it is important to understand that the ocular structures are innervated by five of the twelve pairs of cranial nerves: 2nd optic, 3rd oculomotor, 4th trochlear, 5th trigeminal and 6th abducent. Further, the eyes contain the four tissues of the body – epithelium, connective, muscular and nervous – along with the nutritive fluids of blood and lymph.
As sensory organs, the eyes have afferent nerve pathways that carry information to the central nervous system for processing. This information is then sent out via the peripheral nervous system through the efferent nervepathways to the autonomic nervous system. These nerve impulses innervate the muscles, organs and glands of the body.
The eyes are connected and continuous with the brain’s dura mater through the fibrous sheath of the optic nerves, and they are connected directly with the sympathetic nervous system and spinal cord. The optic tract extends to the thalamus area of the brain. This creates a close association with the hypothalamus, pituitary and pineal glands. These endocrine glands, within the brain, are major control and processing centers for the entire body. Because of this anatomy and physiology, the eyes are in direct contact with the biochemical, hormonal, structural and metabolic processes of the body. This information is recorded in the various structures of the eye, i.e. iris, retina, sclera, cornea, pupil and conjunctiva. Thus, it can be said that the eyes are a reflex or window into the bioenergetics of the physical body and a person’s feelings and thoughts.
Genetic information about an individual’s strengths and weaknesses can be interpreted through the connective tissue of the irises, including its structure, pigmentations and accumulations. The patterns of the trabeculas that comprise the visible aspects of the iris are unique to the individual. Health conditions that develop over time can be analyzed by changes in the iris, sclera, cornea, pupil, conjunctiva and retina. These changes in health are a function not of genetics alone but also of the ways a person eats, drinks, feels, thinks, lives and loves.