Study a Person Character Using his/her Toes

Monday, 20 August 2012 0 comments

The toe reading it is the one of the new technique to study a person personality. Of course it is interesting than the other readings. We're all familiar with the idea of the headscarved gipsy woman who peers at your palm and predicts what lies ahead. But Jane Sheehan is different: she reads not your hand, but your feet.


"I can't tell your future," she says, "but I can see your past and your present. There's no escaping from it; your feet say a lot about you."

And not just about your toenail-trimming habits, either, but whether or not you are happy. "When people are depressed, they put all their weight on the front of their feet when walking," she says. "So there will be darkened areas of skin on the toepads.

"Another test is to compare the colour of someone's feet to the colour of the skin just above their ankle. If the feet are paler, it indicates exhaustion and weakened blood circulation. Yellowness is a sign of someone being rather fed-up. A callous on the ball of the foot, just under the little toe, indicates that the person is shouldering too much responsibility.

"The fact is that when you are experiencing strong emotions, your whole body shows it. We're used to the way in which tension, for example, is reflected in the head, or neck, or stomach. But feelings also show up in the feet, too. Did you know that when you are embarrassed, the neck of your big toe blushes red?"

As for pinched or calloused feet, they, too, say something about us. ("Ask yourself why someone continually chooses to wear uncomfortable, tight shoes," says Sheehan.) And it's not just the overall state of the feet that speaks to her either, but the physical configuration of the toes. Using what's called a "toe alphabet", she can read someone's personality the minute they gets their socks off.

"The second toe on your right foot shows what you want in life," she claims. "If you are getting it, the toe will be touching the floor. If it isn't, or if there is a gap between it and the third toe, that indicates you are trying to separate yourself from your emotions.

"In the same way, your fourth toe is all about relationships. Get someone talking about the people close to them, and any discomfort will manifest itself in an involuntary twitching of the fourth toe. It's not entirely clear why, probably an instinctive tightening of the tendons."

None of this is in conventional medical manuals and many will dismiss it as utter nonsense, but Sheehan, a trained reflexologist, has written two books on the subject and runs classes up and down the country (and now online), passing on the mysteries of foot-reading to patients and practitioners alike. And she says we only know the half of what's happening inside our shoes.
"In total, we've got 26 bones and 3,000 nerve endings in our feet," she declares. "Basically, there's a heck of a lot going on down there."


A1. 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.

A2. 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.

A3. Extra-small little toe
Denotes a childlike nature, with playful sense of fun.

A4. Second toe on left foot leaning towards big toe
Sign of a sentimental, nostalgic nature. Shared by Hollywood actress Reece Witherspoon.

A5. Little toe pointing at an angle
Denotes unconventional nature. Being able to waggle your little toe indicates restlessness and a need for constant change.

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