Happy Feet

Penguin Happy FeetIn remembering when I had feet, they were dysfunctional, ugly and a down-right waste of space. Feet are meant to be functional, they hold us steady day in day out. They take us where we want to go.

So what is the impact of unhappy feet?

They say that feet represent our understanding of ourselves, of life and of others. If we have problems with our feet, we fear the future and of not stepping forward in life.

So in my early teen years, something happened in my life where my feet no longer wanted to ‘play’ so to speak and caused me grief with pain and physical issues. So was the cause a personal or emotional impact in my life of a repressed memory?

I say yes it was. I don’t know what that emotional memory is, and I don’t know how to find out, but the most impacting thing to me is that since I have let go of my feet – I have a greater understanding of myself, of life and others and I have never been happier with the way my life is moving forward.

Isn’t it amazing that our bodies can send us messages as to what are our emotional issues are and give us signs to action it. We don’t always take notice of these signs, as our lives are busy these days and we just don’t get time to.

The ‘attention’ I pay to my feet and my shoes is an indication that I am ready to step into my future – and from now on, I always want to have happy feet!

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