“The eyes may be the window to the soul”, a popular proverb is now outdated as our feet not only reveal personality traits, but can serve as indicators of health and well-being.
Our body parts contain clues to our personality and if you really want to know how someone ticks, look to their feet.
Foot reading has been practised in China and India for more than 5,000 years. It stems from the belief that the feet act as a mirror to the rest of the body.
So there are basically four types of foot which tells about some personality traits you possess.
The Common Foot:
“Roman Foot”, that represents someone with a balanced and well-proportioned body shape, which is outgoing and sociable. Always ready to learn new things and to loves to open themselves to new experiences. These are the people who love to discover new cultures. People who possess this foot have a tendency to be proud and eccentric.
The Flame Foot:
“Fire Foot” or “Greek Foot” is that where second toe is longer than the rest of the toes and this foot shape represents someone who is active, sporty and creative, and is enthusiastic about new ideas and other people. These kinds of people encourage and motivate others around them.
The Square Foot:
“Giselle Foot” or “Peasant Foot” is that where the first or big toe is almost the same, giving rise to a form similar to that of a rectangular shape.
These people examine every decision and never go with the flow, always weighing up the positive and negative, meaning that they’re usually very practical and reliable, and you can really depend on those square-toed friends.
“Water Foot” or “Egyptian Foot”, this foot features toes that are fused together and a big toe that tapers toward the top.
These kinds of people cherish their private life and are full of hidden aspects, without feeling the urge to look reality in the face. They usually have mood swings and are mostly controlled by their emotions.
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