Do you see what I see?
These are the four core iris structures and their associated modalities.
Flower structure: Emotional
Flower structure: emotional
Shaker structure: extremist
Jewel structure: mental
Stream structure: kinesthetic
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Like fingerprints, each iris has a unique pattern. These patterns reveal how we experience life and express ourselves, as well as personality traits, gifts, talents, strengths, weaknesses and fears. They also reveal the lessons we need to fulfill our life purpose. Unaware of such influences, we let our unconscious habits and limitations control us.
Knowing our strengths helps us choose paths where those strengths can shine. Awareness of weaknesses may help us focus on strengthening these areas.
Denny Johnson is the originator of this method of iris analysis, which he calls Rayid. Iris analysis takes us to the origin of many behaviors. Traits in the left eye derive from the mother’s side of the family; traits in the right eye from the father’s side.
To become whole, we must assimilate the qualities of all the iris types. Balance is achieved when we learn to express life through all four modalities: emotional, mental, kinesthetic and extremist.
Your iris analysis will include:
*Note: The photos must be taken with an iridology camera and must be crisp and clear. To find someone in your area with an iridology camera, you may do an Internet search for "iridologists" or other holistic healing practice. (Iridologists offer readings that address health issues. We offer readings that address eyes and personality.)