Open your eyes
TIBETAN PULSING AND IRIDOLOGY
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Tibetan Pulsing Healing sessions include a system of eye diagnosis. The eye diagnosis is an invaluable tool which can be used to assess where a persons energy may be getting stuck. Tibetan iridology differs from traditional western iridology and focuses primarily on emotional and psychological factors rather than focusing on physical health. The eye diagnosis determines which energy centres are in need of healing support.
Patterns of nerve bundles known as trabeculae exist throughout the iris. These nerves display information relayed by the oculomotor nerve from various organs and systems in the body. Energy imbalance in any of the twenty-four centres is indicated by specific marks in the eye that a trained Tibetan Pulsing practitioner can recognize and diagnose. In this way it is possible to accurately assess which particular emotional behavioural patterns a person may get drawn into or what type of psychological issues they are likely to be affected by.
If a mark in the eye indicates imbalance in the energy centre of the bladder for example, it suggests that the person will be particularly susceptible to experiencing stress and on a physical level they could be prone to bladder infections. If an energy imbalance in the throat is indicated in the eye this would signify that the person is prone to experiencing self-doubt, psychologically they may be suffering from low confidence and physically there could be a tendency towards sore throats or other throat problems.
Once the key areas have been identified, the accumulated tensions in the nervous system are released using highly effective Tibetan pulsing bodywork techniques.
ONE DAY THIS WILL OPEN YOUR EYES
The Tibetan Pulsing founder, Rudolph Murley (Dheeraj), first discovered this system of eye diagnosis after being given a circular map by one Tibetan Rimpoche who laughingly told him, 'one day this will open your eyes'. Dheeraj later realized that this was the map of the eye and so he was able to begin using eye readings as a means of diagnosis.