Oct 30 / Andrew Mason

Categorisation of Lacunae according to Behavioural Iridology

After quickly assessing both eyes, the Behavioural model next takes account of any structural components.
The word Lacuna simply means a depression or unfilled space. These fibrous openings are fascinating and multifaceted, there are so many permutations it can be easy to lose track and get confused about what is in front of you. In this respect, the Behavioural model keeps it simple - to start with.

In this introductory graphic we are just looking and two qualities, these are: large/small and open/closed. This is a great place to start, as it tells us something very quickly. As emotions arise and flow outward from the pupil, these depressions capture and fill with that charge.

Their profile and ability to ‘hold’ this energy dictates how reactive they will be and how they direct that force once captured. For example, small closed Lacunae capture, pressurise and focus their emotional charge. Ignited by interactions/events about us, they explode with some force, their irregularity and suddenness can at times be shocking, even injures.
Large Lacunae in contrast, fill much more slowly and are much less reactive. They are much less likely to discharge with force.
Open lacunae have a much lower storage capacity, leaking emotional charge as fast as they fill. They are less reactive, deplete energy over time and leave the individual feeling lost, alone and without purpose – craving connection and interaction.

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