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Welcome to Jane Sheehan's Foot Reading and Reflexology Website
"Hi, my name is Jane Sheehan and I'm a foot reader."
"Foot reading? What's that"
This is the sort of conversation that I have every time I meet somebody new. Rather than letting them take their shoes and socks off right then and there (I can't tell you how many times that has happened!) I answer their question with a question....
"Tell me three things about your feet"
They will then tell me all sorts of structural information about their feet e.g.
- High arch
- Blister on the heel etc
Then I astound them by interpreting what they've told me and delivering it as information about their own emotions or personality. I'm not telling them anything they don't already know about themselves, but the fact that I've never met them before yet can tell them something they know to be true about themselves is what is so fascinating. And who doesn't love hearing about themselves?
What I don't do is offer medical advice – for that you need to see your own healthcare professional
What is foot reading?
Foot reading is analysing the structure and texture of the feet to understand emotions and personality.
The biggest misconception people have is to think you have to be psychic to be able to do a foot reading. It's nothing to do with being psychic. It's all about analysing the structure and texture and imbalances of the feet to understand someone's emotions and personality. I've taught children as young as 12 and adults from all walks of life. Check out my foot reading seminars here. You can even learn foot reading from the comfort of your own home via my new elearning seminar, by clicking here.
The other misconception is that it will tell you about your foot health. If you have concerns about your foot health, see a registered chiropodist, podiatrist or your own doctor.
Can you really read emotions through the feet?
When you are angry, how do you walk? When you are happy, how do you walk? When you are depressed, how do you walk? Each of these emotions has it's corresponding walk. Over time you can see their impact on the feet.
Of course, it's not just about emotions - each of these walks also has a physiological aspect too. But I'm most interested in emotions and personality.
If you'd like to know more, please explore my website