When we become out of balance is this a reflection of bad news or just news? Or have we been indoctrinated with the idea that being sick is a bad thing? What are the beliefs that sit deep within our psyche that tells us that sickness is not necessarily a good thing? Or can we start to look at sickness as a messaging system between the physical & the nonphysical parts of ourselves. This is a subject that has fascinated me for many years.

My own personal journey has been one of many ups and downs & when it comes to sickness, surgery & being out of balance, I have been there & back and gone back again time after time.

It was not until I turned 33 over 13 years ago, that I begun to live life from a holistic perspective. Throwing everything that I had come to know out the window to try on a new way of seeing the world.

Personally, I have had one foot in the spiritual & one foot in the science world most of my life. After training in a wide variety of therapies & modalities, I fell in love with Integrated Iridology.

Which focuses on the emotional & physical aspects of the self through analysis of the iris and the sclera (whites of the eyes), simply put Integrated Iridology Is another way of gathering data about our genetic & personal blueprints & pathways to dis-ease in the body.

Dating back over 3000 years & practised during Egyptian times, then again from around the 1600’s it has had its place throughout history over the centuries. Iridology is not only a wonderful way to look (no pun intended) at your genetics, but a great way to stay ahead of the game with what is happening in your internal and external bodies. Plural, because iridology goes beyond the physical. When images are taken of your eyes using a special camera & then analysed by a qualified Iridologist, we can see all the body systems & what we call primary nurture points or weak points that may be showing up for you in the way of symptoms, illness, or a condition.

My philosophy is that if we live our lives from a place of prevention rather than cure and approach illness from an empowered position, with knowing and understanding then we can live more freely & we start to uncover deeper parts of ourselves from an Emotional, energetic, mental, spiritual & physical perspective & live our lives from a more aligned place.

In health, healing & happiness

Cherie Ashana x

Qualified Integrated Iridologist, herbalist & much more

Cherie Ashana

Cherie Ashana is a qualified, integrated Iridologist, herbalist & much more..

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