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Copyright © Neterapublishing 2011 For more information about this CD-Rom and other presentations please visit our website: Do Not Duplicate Bridging the Gap is the first in a series of interactive CD-ROMs using the Behavioural Iridology method of iris interpretation. Behavioural Iridology is an excellent tool that allows access to this deeper level of the emotional constitution. All physical body symptoms carry an emotional charge as well as an accompanying belief system. These aspects of the personality play a substantial role in creation of physical imbalances. Thank you for downloading this file
Copyright © Neterapublishing 2011 Bridging the Gap © Behavioural & Physical Iridology Correspondence Course by Jim Verghis & Andrew Mason
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Copyright © Neterapublishing 2011 Introduction & Getting Started AudioOverview of Main Audio Files (mp3)Duration 2 Primary Types. Learn about the two primary iris types: Psora - Thinking, Lacunae - Emotional. A detailed description of the two basic categories all personalities fall into to. This audio file explains the differences between these two primary types and how they influence and balance each other Secondary Types. Learn about the two secondary modifiers: Neurogenic Empathic and Combination Driver. This audio file explains the differences between these two secondary modifiers and how they influence and balance each other Thinking Women. This is an in-depth discussion on the qualities, traits and lessons of a female with a Psora (Thinking) type of iris. From the need to be in control, to learning how to let go, these and other life lessons are discussed. Thinking women represent about 50% of all women Emotional Women. This is an in depth discussion on the qualities, traits and lessons of a female with Lacunae (Emotional) type of iris. From the need for connection, to learning responsibility these and other life lessons are discussed. Emotional women represent about 50% of all women Social Types. These four types come from combining the Thinking and Emotional types and their two modifiers Empathic and Driver types. These four combinations are the most common personality types seen in society. Learn their behaviour patterns and social interactions along with their long term lessons and how they balance themselves Total Running time:393.29
Copyright © Neterapublishing 2011 The first goal in using the Physical Model is to determine the constitutional colour of the Iris. This can be an art in itself as getting the colour catalogued can be more difficult than it might first appear. A light blue eye presents no problem to identify as a Lymphatic constitution is represented by blue un-pigmented fibres, however as the blue fibre darkens with added pigment, the colour shifts away from blue toward the green, hazel or mixed type of eye colour. Very heavy pigmentation in the iris produces the Haematogenic or dark brown type of iris. The next level of interpreting the iris is Disposition, or iris patterning, with these two vital pieces of information you can begin to construct a picture of overall health and lifestyle patterns in an individual. The third level of analysis is Diathesis or an acquisition of both genetic and environment factors. Diathesis identifies information about the body’s hereditary predispositions, socially influenced conditions and current symptoms. The fourth and final level of analysis is the actual iris positions themselves. There has been a great amount of work and research in this area producing very detailed and comprehensive iris maps. These iris maps help identify the various organs, glands and body systems revealed by the eye. For more information on ‘Iris Positions’ read chapter 10 page 55 in Behavioural Iridology Book. 2 Schools 2 Styles
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Copyright © Neterapublishing 2011 Emotionally Driven This structural type is like a tornado, all can be swept away by their passion and enthusiasm. They are spontaneous, rich with emotional power. They often behave like cheerleaders, driving everyone onward toward victory and celebration. Their hallmark is change, as they themselves are constantly in motion, their motto is: Tear down the old and bring in the new - now! Left Eye Wild Passionate Competitive Unpredictable Spontaneous Humorous
Copyright © Neterapublishing 2011 Lymphatic Blue Eye Physical Model: Over active immune system Excess mucous production Food allergies Sensitive digestive tract Inflammation of Joints
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