As a professional Toe Interpreter I spend a lot of time looking at my feet as a way to tap into my inner guidance system. A couple of weeks ago I started getting an ingrown toenail on my left large toe. I live in Phoenix and since the weather hasn't gone below 95 degrees I've been in nothing but open-toe sandals for more than 6 months.
This is an opportunity for some self-reflection. I could look at the things that are happening in my life that are bothering me but what happens with our body, including the toes, is a reflection of how our perceptions are effecting us physiologically.
After some introspection I needed to be honest with myself about what I feel is 'festering' inside and I needed to hold myself accountable for any patterns that are encouraging me to hide and protect myself. The time for me to hide has to end and this is my body's way of letting me know.
To go more in depth wouldn't be fair because the real magic in each session is coaching the client into discovering themselves in a new and powerful way. Sharing details about my interpretations of my own feet and life work only for me.
I prefer to call Toe Reading sessions Toe Translations because when I'm sitting at a client's feet I help them learn to interpret their own feet and their own perceptions. I let them know what I see and then the dialogue unfolds. It becomes a powerful tool in self-evaluation.