What can your feet say about you?

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THE read­ing is car­ried out by study­ing a map of the foot us­ing hor­i­zon­tal and v ver­ti­cal zones.

Jane said: “In read­ing t the ver­ti­cal zones, we are un­der­stand­ing the topic that you are think­ing a about.

“In read­ing the hor­i­zon­tal zones, we are un­der­stand­ing which area of your life this think­ing is im­pact­ing.

“The ac­tual blem­ishes that we read are in­ter­preted to tell us how it made you feel in r re­la­tion to these zones.

“It is a vast topic, but here are a few things that you can un­der­stand and in­cor­po­rate into your treat­ment straight away.” Yel­low Ball of the Foot “In re­flex­ol­ogy, the ball of the foot rep­re­sents the lung area. In foot read­ing it rep­re­sents your emo­tional life.

“If you see yel­low dis­coloura­tion in this area it is in­ter­preted as - you are feel­ing fed-up but are keep­ing those feel­ings to your­self.

“You don’t want anyone to know what you are feel­ing. We can fur­ther fine-tune the read­ing by look­ing at the ex­act zones it is in.”

Hard skin on shoul­der re­flex

This rep­re­sents “hav­ing re­spon­si­bil­i­ties that are weigh­ing heav­ily on your shoul­ders”.

(The shoul­der re­flex is be­low the lit­tle toe on the ball of the foot) Cracks on the heels These in­di­cate “ob­sta­cles that you per­ceive you have to over­come be­fore you can move for­ward and take the next steps”.

Foot read­ers would use the map of the foot to un­der­stand which area of their life these ob­sta­cles af­fect and would choose the deep­est crack to tackle first.

You can in­cor­po­rate coach­ing skills with this. Lit­tle toe on its side This per­son is un­con­ven­tional, re­bel­lious – my way or the high way.

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