“Discover the Amazing Things You Can Learn About Someone …
…. By Reading Their Feet!”
It is not magic or fortune telling. It is an established, scientific fact that your feet reflect your personality and emotions.
- How is your physical health?
- What do you want to show the world?
- What do you want to hide?
- What is the right career for you?
You can find the answers to these and so many other questions when you know how to read the feet.
Whether you are a Reflexologist or someone who wants to learn more about themselves, read on to discover exactly what is there in every foot and how YOU can learn how to find it.
Did you know that your feet reflect your personality and emotions? Reading the Feet is a natural assistant to Reflexology and other therapies involving the feet.
Foot reading is used by Reflexologists to understand their clients from a more holistic perspective and is used as a therapy to help people identify the issues in their life and to help them move forwards. It’s a great tool for personal development.
Just try asking anybody “how do you feel about your feet” and you will get a variety of interesting answers. Nobody, it seems, feels neutral about their feet and for good reason – they reflect how we are feeling
Even corns, plantar warts, calluses and fungal infections can be interpreted. Bunions are common on feet where the person is doing too much for others and not enough for themselves.
People are often amazed at just how detailed a foot reading can be.
Reflexologists whilst not claiming to diagnose in the medical sense, can discern what imbalances there are in the body by looking at and touching the feet.
Reading the feet is closely linked with Reflexology. Reflexology is a therapy that involves specific working techniques on the reflex points in the feet that correspond to that person’s body and has been found to relieve many acute and chronic conditions. Like, Reflexology, Reading the Feet concentrates on the representation of the person on the feet, in effect the foot is seen as a microcosm of the whole self.
Reflexology foot charts often place only the physical body parts onto the foot reflex areas, for example the head area is mapped onto the toes; the chest area to the ball of the foot; spine on the instep of the foot.
Reading the Feet takes this theory further and looks at the markings, shape, size and colour of the feet and applies these signs and indicators at a deeper level concentrating on emotional, mental and perceptual patterns that are relevant to that person’s life.
Reading the Feet can be learned by anyone willing to study it. Insight into what a person is like will become clear using visual clues on the feet and interpreting them as ‘signs’ and indicators. Whether you are a Reflexologist or someone who wants to learn more about themselves, read on to discover exactly what is there in every foot and how YOU can learn how to find it.
When we are born and throughout our childhood, our feet are supple and smooth with no apparent problems. The length of the toes, the size of the feet, are determined by our genes. Those show our inherent personality traits. As we experience life and our feelings and beliefs about ourselves change, our toe shapes and feet change. Our beliefs about ourselves are shaped by events that cause us to make decisions about who we think we are. Many times we think we are one way but try to show the world another.
You might be interested to know that your feet say a lot about you!
You can look at a person’s feet in relation to their health, but also their personalities. Different angles, sizes and shapes of the feet can provide you with surprising insight into a person’s life.
As Lauren Slade, Certified Reflexologist, says “You will discover amazing things when you learn to read feet: The emotions and thoughts that cause health challenges, how thoughts – both positive and negative – shape your life, how others see you and you might even uncover hidden truths about yourself”.
Foot Reading is fun. Your feet are a mini map to your inner self. For example, the second toe on your right foot reflects what you want in life – if you are getting it, the toe will be touching the floor. If it isn’t touching, then you are most likely trying to separate yourself from your feelings. An extra small toe belongs to someone with a playful sense of fun; and a longer second toe indicates strong leadership qualities.
What your toes say about you:
- Long second toe –Indicates leadership qualities. Rulers from ancient Egyptian and Hawaiian royal dynasties all had long second toes. You need to be in charge.
- Last joint of third toe at an angle –You have the natural ability to deceive, as well as the propensity to be misunderstood. Frequently to be found in spies.
- Extra-small little toe –This denotes a childlike nature, with playful sense of fun.
Every toe stands for some area of your life.
- The big toe, for example, stands for thinking – it represents intellectual thought and your self- image or self-esteem.
- The second toe stands for feeling. Every toe has a meaning and also a sub-meaning.
- The right foot relates to the past and male influence, whereas the left foot relates to the present and female influence.
- The top of the foot is what a person is willing to show the world and the sole of the foot shows you what a person wants to hide.
- Every part of the foot, shape, color, temperature, the angle of the feet in relation to each other tells us about ourselves.
- There is also a relationship between our emotions and the different parts of our bodies using the Reflexology foot map.
As we experience life and our feelings and beliefs about ourselves change, our toe shapes and feet change. Our beliefs about ourselves are shaped by events that cause us to make decisions about who we think we are.
When you know how to read the feet, those underlying feelings and perceptions are as plain as the nose on your face.
It is fun to see the surprise on someone’s face when you ask them a question about what you see in their feet. They are amazed that you can see things that they thought no one could see.
Learn Foot Reflexology and open up a whole new way of looking at feet!
This course includes:
- A Manual with all the information you will need to understand what to look for and how to interpret what you find
- Videos with instruction and practical, “hands on” demonstrations of the techniques you can use
- Worksheets that will help you use your new found knowledge and skills in an immediately practical way
- Handouts with charts and other information to help you put as you develop your new skills
All delivered to you over the Internet so you can learn it at your own pace, at any time, day or night.
And after passing the final quiz, you will get a certificate of completion. If you are taking this course for your own self-development, you can frame and hang this certificate.
If you are a Reflexologist, and a member of the Canadian Reflexology Certification Board, Reflexology Association of Canada, the American Reflexology Certification Board or the Natural Therapy Certification Board, you can also earn valuable Continuing Education Credits required by these associations to keep up to date.