Posted on 15 March, 2010 on Life Breathing with the Lady Pastor by Emily Carson:

This week’s Interesting Person is the terrific and inspiring, Jennifer Thompson. She loves eating healthy and living a natural, holistic life. Thanks, Jennifer; it was great getting to know a bit more about you!

1. Where do you feel most comfortable? On a secluded beach, on a mountain summit at sunrise or trekking through a beautiful forest. Call me Nature Girl 🙂

2. Describe your average day in one word. Energizing!

3. Who are the people who most inspire you? I’m inspired by people who have the courage to live their true destiny in life, to follow their hearts and against all odds, to find success and happiness in doing what they love.

4. What do you love about your work? I love that I am able to help people heal themselves. Being part of someone’s healing journey is truly a gift. Teaching people to live more in alignment with Mother Earth is…[Read More]

Your Words…

Thanks so much for your Iridology reading the other day; it was fantastic and gave us a lot to consider. I am now very interested in studying Iridology. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated as you are the most amazing iridologist we have ever seen and I would love to learn your skill. Raw hugs from London!

— Renee S., United Kingdom

Thanks so much for your Iridology reading the other day; it was fantastic and gave us a lot to consider. I am now very interested in studying Iridology. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated as you are the most amazing iridologist we have ever seen and I would love to learn your skill. Raw hugs from London!

— Renee S., United Kingdom


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Look Into My Health

Printed in the September/October 2009 Issue of Fah Thai Magazine, the Bangkok Air inflight magazine.

Read About Jennifer in the Holistic Health News!

Read About Jennifer in the Holistic Health News!

Referring to the eyes as windows to the soul might be a tad cliche, but how about calling them our windows to wellbeing? Iridologists use the eye to determine their patient’s health needs or concerns.

Just as reflexologists consider the foot a map to the rest of the body, iridologists say the iris is linked to our organs and tissues via the optic nerve and central nervous system. Iridology dates back to ancient Greece, Egypst and China, and became an internationally accepted alternative therapy in the 1950s.

The Four Seasons Koh Samui is now offering consultations with qualified practitioner Jennifer Thompson….[Read More]