This booklet provides descriptions, images, and a how-to guide on analyzing personality types and combinations. It is included in each Rayid Iridology eCourse, but is also available for purchase as a stand-alone booklet.
Your Personality Blueprint: Featuring the Rayid Model
Are you fascinated with personality types and theories, and why people behave the way they do? “Personality" is your personal vehicle of expression and interaction to the material world. There are various personality analyses, profiles and systems available today. No two of us are exactly alike and yet our similarities are what provide us with a framework by which we can measure our strengths and weaknesses. The more you understand personality and family-tree dynamics, the greater your insight is about personal choices, behaviors, strengths and weaknesses, characteristics, qualities, traits, innate skills, lessons, relationship attractions and interactions, compatibilities, and so on. You will also have the advantage of an increased understanding of the people around you, whether family, friends, clients, employees, and business relationships along with the most effective way to interact with them and to best meet their needs. Your Personality Blueprint: Featuring the Rayid Model, will equip you with those skills and more!
Rayid Iris offers a unique way of assessing patterns in the iris and provides important insight into relationship attractions and interactions. The iris is a beautiful and intricate blueprint of one's personality. As a genetic map, the iris reveals detailed information about patterns you have inherited from your family and how you communicate, learn, process information, relate, and behave. This booklet provides the fundamental Rayid Iris personality types and temperaments along with illustrations, images, and descriptions to lend an understanding of our behaviors and personalities and how we individually relate with one another. This book is included in the Rayid-Iridology eCourses. Rayid provides a beautiful tool for understanding personality and relationship patterns, the influence of ancestors, and family-tree dynamics on health, happiness, and well-being.
Hans Eysenck (1916–1997) was one of the first psychologists to analyze personality differences using a psycho-statistical method, and his research led him to believe that temperament is biologically based and noted how the results were similar to the four ancient temperaments, originated from the Greek physician Hippocrates (460–370 BC), known as the Father of medicine, who incorporated the four temperaments into his medical theories and practice.
Similarly, the Rayid model defines 4 personality types that are also biologically based. Only, more fascinatingly, the Rayid iris types are exhibited in the structures of the iris. The Rayid Model has been used by health practitioners, counselors, educators, business people, parents, and others around the world, but anyone can learn how to use this invaluable tool to determine personality types, biological traits, and relationship compatibility, and how to relate to others.