The brain is an organ directly connected with the eyes via the optical
nerve. Or, in an inverse viewpoint, the eyes are extension of the brain.
In the iris, both psychic and endocrinological functions are registered.
The hypothalamus and the hypophysis are two glands placed behind the
base of the nose, they are directly related with the optical stimulus and
they react instantaneously to them.
The dilation and the contraction of the pupil are examples when a person
is in relax or under threat. The hypophysis and the hypothalamus are represented
in a predefined position in the iris and by studying the condition of this
particular area we derive important information not only about the psychic,
but also about the endocrinological situation of the individual. These
glands (hypophysis, hypothalamus) are in the pyramide of control and function
of every endocrine subordinated gland, like the thyroid, the suprarenal
glands and the production of sexual hormones.
Every psychical disturbance essentially affects the biochemical process
and the endocrinal equilibrium of the organism. So, psychic disturbances
are not independent of the biochemical ones. The "uncaught" of the psychic
sphere becomes material. The psycotic cases, as a rule, are connected to
a strong toxemia, that results to bringing blood to the brain saturated
with gases, like nitrogen derivatives and carbon oxides.
As it is known, during the metabolism (combustion), solid, liquid and
gaseous derivatives are produced. Solids are eliminated through the intestine,
liquids through the kidneys and gases through the lungs. Disturbances in
gases' elimination produces blood saturation that causes disorder of cerebral
cells. So, psychic events appear.
Biochemical and generally laboratory examinations in use can not give
objective results about the disorders, occurring in the whole body, that
cause the disease. So, the therapeutic action range is essentially limited
to a symptom's repression, without facing the reasons of the disease. With
the iris examination we have a diagnosis much before the symptom's appearance
and, in addition to that, a complete view of the pathological foundings
concerning many organs simultaneously, so a complete therapeutic intervention.