HOW IT WORKS
How does the iris represent all this? Contained within the iris are thousands of nerve filaments. They receive messages from virtually every nerve in the human body via connections with the optic nerves, optic thalami, and spinal cord. Also, microscopic muscle fibers and tiny blood vessels are within the eye. In cooperation the nerve filaments, muscle fibers and blood vessels duplicate tissue changes simultaneously with reflex associated organs of the body. Thus, by examining the markings, discolorations, textures and other iris manifestations, the practitioner is able to analyze the health level of all major organs and tissues.