Do You Have a Spot on Your Iris? THIS is What it Means!
You can tell a lot about how someone is feeling by looking in their eyes. But did you know that eyes can also give away a lot about a person’s health?
For centuries, iridologists have known that the eye is an extension of the nervous system, filled with many nerve endings, blood vessels and tissues associated with every organ in your body.
In his book ‘Iridology Simplified,’ Dr. Bernard Jensen summarizes the process:
“Nature has provided us with a miniature television screen showing the most remote portions of the body by way of nerve reflex responses.”
The Meaning of Eye Spots
So, if the eyes provide a look at one’s health, what does that say about spots on the iris?
Sorry – it’s bad news.
Known as ‘psoric spots,’ those little red, brown or green dots are an indicator of toxins located in body tissues.These toxins are often placed in the body by prescription medications taken over a long period of time or environmental elements.
How do you know which area is being affected? It all depends on the location of the spot.
Dr. Bernard Jensen created the following chart that extensively shows what abnormalities in various parts of the eye refer to.
For example, based on this chart, the psoric spot in our featured image is an indicator of toxins in the bladder.
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Don’t forget to see your doctor!
Iris melanoma is a rare but serious condition that looks like the above picture.