Reflexology For The Spirit

Feel good about your feet!-Healing tools in your toolbox. – Part 4

 

Once you see the soles of your feet as more than just the bottoms of your feet, you find your soul.   You have a better understanding of the path you travel to a deeper consciousness.

I’m a reflexologist, teacher, writer, speaker, dowser.  And, whether I heal, teach, write, speak, or dowse, my intention is the same.

I want us all to become more conscious of our unique selves.

I want us all to take charge of our own healing.

I want us all to release things we don’t need anymore.  This will make room for changes that are important for our current time and place.

As we  journey through life, we discover things about our selves that we never knew.  We rediscover things we once knew but forgot.  And, finally, we see things about our selves which we may have felt weren’t important but now realize they are.

My job is to help you find your feet.

Once you see the soles of your feet as more than just the bottoms of your feet, you find your soul.  You have a better understanding of the path you are traveling to a deeper consciousness.

After awhile, everything falls into place.  For some, this shortens the journey.  For others, it takes months or even years.

Historical references to our feet as healing conductors can be found in the Physicians’ Tomb in Saqqara, Egypt in wall paintings dating back almost to 2400 BCE.

Ancient Chinese writings describe pressure points on thumbs and toes.

The Medicine Teacher Temple in Nara, Japan has stone carvings of Buddha’s feet.

In India, Vishnu paintings highlight points corresponding to reflexology points on feet.

Ayurveda medicine incorporates foot reflexology.

When I work a person’s feet,  I feel as if I’ve opened a book filled with stories, all waiting to be told.  This is the Language of Your Feet.

But, many of you already know this.  You practice reflexology, or some other healing modality, either as a hobby or as a  profession.

But, however we describe our Reiki therapy, our healing modalities, our Yoga classes, our music, our meditations – let us never forget:  These are tools to use throughout life.  They exist to get us through the tough times, the crises.  They “get us down the road” as my grandmother used to say.

I’m so grateful we have these tools!

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Thurman Greco