Reflect Your Personality
The way people walk, or carry themselves, is a direct reflection of their personality, mood, self esteem, physical and emotional health. Watch the way others walk then note their personality types. It's basic psychology but something most people don't pay attention less the person seems to be in pain when walking. As you watch people walk ... this is what your brain is processing ... which is basic psychology as are all healing modalities.
The happy bouncy walk, positive personality
The fast walker - Impatient
Drag your feet walker, move slowly through life, depression, burnout
The pigeon-toed dumb walk, "Duh!"
The sexy strut shake your butt walk - "Look at me!"
The flaming gay male walk
The attitude walk, heavy step, glances around walk, never misses anything, "Don't f - - k with me!"
The ghetto sway, "Yo! Bro! What's up?"
The confident walk, head held high, shoulders back, "I am confident and can manifest anything."
My shoes are too tight walk, Ouch!
The brisk jogging walk, for woman it's the boob-bouncing walk, "I am very healthy and fit."
Feet wide apart, "Something between my legs is bothering me!"
Walk with walker, cane, other device or special shoes, "Challenges."
From flip flops to dress shoes - we dress for style and comfort. Shoe styles vary depending on the occasion - work, sports, social, etc. Fashions change along with footwear as some people keep up and other people just have basic shoes they wear from year-to-year. Your footwear changes how you walk and carry yourself as well as impacting on your health. Shoes have both a physiological and psychological impact. If the shoes are wrong it throws off the rest of the body - legs, hips, back, neck ->headaches, bad mood, more.
What Do Your Shoes Say About Your Personality? Epoch Times - February 10, 2014
Here's a fun look at what your shoes might say about you. Of course, no one should be judged solely on his or her shoes, but a study published in the Journal of Research in Personality in 2012 showed that 90 percent of your personality may be communicated by your choice of footwear. Worn-In - the person is extroverted, emotionally stable. Not new but well-kept can mean the wearer is conscientious.
What Your Favorite Pair Of Shoes Says About You Bustel - October 1, 2015
Not only does your footwear of choice arguably hint at your daily mood, but it's a sartorial symbol often wrapped in clues about your hobbies and interests. Shoes are, after all, armor with which we can protect our feet as well as the foundation needed for taking on whatever the day may throw our way (whether it's a torrential downpour or four flights of stairs).
Your shoes reveal your personality Times of India - March 5, 2017
Just like your clothes, even your favourite style of shoes can make a strong statement about your personality traits. Whether you're a sucker for stilettos or obsessed with wearing boots, your choice in footwear can give people a sneak peek into your inner self. Find out what your shoes have to say about you...
I have Greek Feet - Also known as "Morton's Toe," "Flame Foot" - The second toe is longer than your big toe. People with this foot type tend to be enthusiastic self-starters. Commonly found in athletes, artists, innovators and public speakers.
Roman Foot - The most common type of foot. The toes are straight, proportionate and the big toe is the largest. People with Roman feet are believed to be social butterflies and exude charisma. They tend to make great public speakers and confident business people.
Germanic Foot - When all toes are nearly identical in length, then the person is said to have a "square foot." Also known as the "peasant foot," this foot type is the most rectangular in appearance. People with this foot type have a tendency to be calm and calculated when making decisions. As a result of this, they are very reliable and practical.
Egyptian Foot - The Stretched Foot - These feet have a rather thin appearance. This is due to the fact that the toes are squished together, lending to a lengthier and thinner looking foot. The big toe is generally the largest of all the toes and then the size tapers with each toe. People with this foot type tend to value privacy while also being secretive. On top of this, they can also be impulsive and have sudden mood changes.
Metaphorically, and metaphysically, the bottom of the feet represents your soul/sole, their condition a reflection of your life path.
There are people who read palms and others who take footprints and read feet.
Foot reading: what your toes say about you The Telegraph - April 14, 2009
We're all familiar with the idea of a gypsy 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."
Looking For Signs Of Success On Your Feet WOFS - March 5, 2017
Look at your foot and in particular, check the dimensions and compare them to the rest of your body. The Chinese believe that the size, dimensions and fleshy quotient of our feet and hands as well as the lines and symbols, or lack of them, reveal a great deal about our destiny. In the Tung Shu, the thousand observations of a thousand masters' have been summarized to offer clues to one's future destiny just by observing one's feet. Chinese people have long paid close attention to the feet, believing them to be connected to every single part of our bodies hence the marvelous rejuvenative powers of foot reflexology. Here are 20 types of feet and their indications.
I blog a lot about things coming full circle .... here's something of interest especially after I posted the pic of a flower that bloomed in my home this morning. (See below). This is my friend Irene who lives and works full time in the city so we never get together. December 2000 we traveled to Egypt spending part of the time together and some alone. Today Irene surprised me by coming to Brooklyn for a visit. Great day and memories. Mediterranean food.
Do plants know or care how crazy the weather is ... windy in the 20's today and 70° two days ago.