Did you know that the Sole is a reflection of the Soul?
“To humble oneself by kneeling before another and being in service to his or her
body, mind and spirit is a great gift”
How we feel about and care for our feet is a direct reflection of how we feel and care about ourselves.It’s true – ask someone to describe how they feel about their feet and they will be describing how they feel about themselves.Our feetcarry us through our journey of life; they really do deserve our love and attention.
As a reflexologist and Solestry practitioner, I find the feet fascinating. The feet are an amazing reflection of the person, for me it’s just as though I’m looking at the pages of a book, reading the details of the person’s life, loves, aspirations and soul purpose.
An individual’s personality and how they cope with life physically, emotionally and spiritually is all reflected on their feet.
A person’s history is etched on their feet, the feet are in fact a metaphysical diary and tell us a lot about the journey we have trodden in our life and in some cases previous lives ( if within your belief system of course)
Everythought, every event and its spiritual and emotional impact on us are recorded on our feet.
So often I hear people, especially women say “My feet look like this because of the shoes I used to wear”
There is a message in that statement. If you constantly wear shoes that hurt, what is that saying about your soul’s longing? Where are you trying to “Fit” into a way of being that isn’t truly your heart’s desire?
In my practice I come across people who never give their feet much in the way of any care and attention at all, but you know our feet do an amazing job for us,carrying us through life and giving them the thought and attention they deserve is crucial. It will pay dividends.
If how we think about our feet reflects how we think and feel about ourselves, then nurturing the feet is truly nurturing ourselves and our soul.
Our feet can give us an accurate gauge of our health, state of mind, our history and how it may be effecting us today, as well as our overall wellbeing.
In some cases our feet can give us a little glimpse into the future, a window through which to view our options and opportunities.
When was the last time you really looked at your feet?
Have you noticed how they have changed throughout your life?
Your feet are your autobiography, your daily journal of the path you have walked.
So just what is Solestry ( Pedomancy or Podomancy) ?
– also known as Podomany or Pedomancy is relative to palmistry. It has a long history in Iran, formerly known as Persia, and has also been a popular form of divination in China for centuries.
The reading of the feet is based on the theory that your body holographically records the story of your life. In other words your thoughts become things!
Or as King Soloman said “As man thnketh, so shall he be”
Reading the feet is simply an observation of your thought forms manifest on your feet.
Caring and focusing on the feet isn’t new, from ancient times the ritual of foot washing has been carried out in many cultures, all over the world. Giving great love, care and attention to honoring the feet has been a part of life for many centuries.
To hear more about the Sole as a reflection of the Soul, I will be speaking at Grayshott Spa on the evening of Tuesday 11th of June , with private one to one consultations available to book on Wednesday the 12th of June. Or you can book a private one to one consulation for reflexology and Solestry with me at Holly House or in Chelsea here
Until then, Love your feet and make every moment count.
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