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Professional Training in Iridology

Content Course 2

- Germany

- English Introductory Course 1 + 2 + 3 + Practical Training

- max. 10 participants



The course starts on Monday 10 o' clock

and ends on Friday 16 o' clock


€ 1590.00


- english textscript

- fotoscript

- single bed room (4 nights, from Monday to Friday)

- all meals and breakfast

- soft drinks

- german tax

Contents of the 2nd Chapter of Learning Results

The second chapter contains the teaching of comprehensive knowledge about the schematic division of the iris, its relation to organs and areas of the human body and the localization of the different indications within this system.

 Based on the creation by metabolism  and chemical processes, the pigment doctrine explains the fundamental  connections when colour changes occur in the iris, as e. g. colour embedments and colour layerings. Regarding structure, colour, shape and position further important functional information can be obtained.

Phenomena outside of the iris as e. g. pathological phenomena, pupil, lense or lumen phenomena, phenomena of the sclera and conjunctives as well as many others are an additional part of this chapter.

Methodical proceeding, limits, limit ranges and the possibilities of the method as well as the structured handling of the iris analysis in order to obtain an overall summation analysis are in the same way included as the accompanying diagnostic procedure and the clinical investigation or supplementary  labor diagnostics. Aiming at a quick and efficient application of the iris doctrine in the practice, the proceeding is discussed beginning with the treatment of the patient via the setting up of the diagnosis until we come to a therapy proposal. Cases which should be treated by a doctor are shown and in preparation of learning unit three, we discuss the use of working devices, technology and treatment possibilities.

Structure and Contents of Training Course 2

  • 1. Iris Topography, Dividing the Iris into Zones, Sectors and Regions
  • 2. Circular zones
    • Zones 1 through 6
    • Circular Contraction Rings
    • Radial Furrows, Solar Rays (Radii solaris)

  • 3. Regions and zones of the Iris
    • Head-Brain Region
    • Thoraxregion
    • Liver-Galle-Pancreas-Spleen-Region
    • Urogenital Region

  • 4. Pigments
    • Evaluation Criteria
    • Urorosein Pigment
    • Gastrin Pigment
    • Orange Pigment
    • Liver Related Pigment
    • Heterochromia, Sectoral
    • Heterochromia, Central
    • Pigment Structure
    • Exceptional Signs
      • Solitary Pigments
      • Accessory Pigments

  • 5. Other Phenomena related to the Iris
    • Pupil Phenomena
    • Lens Phenomena
    • Corneal Phenomena
    • Limbus Signs
    • Conjunctival and scleral vessels

  • 6. Diseases of the Eye
  • 7. Methods and Possibilities
    • Step by step through the Eye
    • Systematic Iris Analysis
    • Taking Preliminary Case History
    • Recognizing Connections
    • Companion Diagnostic Methods
    • Dialogue with the Patient
    • Use of Iridology in the Practice
    • From Findings to Therapy
    • Creation of a Script out of the Diagnosis
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