Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Psychic Feet?

Today, one of my staff was a bit frazzled. He sat in my office and exhaled loudly. To most, this is a sign of someone trying to relieve stress. Yet, I could feel the energy he released in his breath through my feet.

I've noticed of late that when I do the middle pillar, I get sensations in my feet. When the ground shook during one of my recent tattwas exercises, I felt that through my feet as well. I want to say there were two other times I felt other humans' 'energy' through my feet.

I have no idea what this means. I've never heard of such a thing before. But I remember doing the Bornless where it is declared, "I have sight in my feet".

I make no claims it is related to that. I am simply recording events and thoughts.

I hope all my U.S. readers have a safe and happy Thanksgiving holiday.


Jason Miller, said...

Sight in the feet, strong in the immortal fire is really a way of saying that your higher and lower natures are united. Sight being a function of the head, is extended downwards to the feet. Similar reason why Hermes has winds on both his sandals and his helmet, he spans both the chthonic and ouranic worlds.

That said, the feet are extremely psychically sensative. This is why so much African magick is accomplished by "sending through the feet". Indeed one the core tennants of reflexology is that you can effect the entire body through the manipulation of the feet.

Frater BH said...

So, the next time someone tells me to go soak my head, I will just put my feet in the hot tub! It will be so much easier to breath that way.

I had no idea the feet were psychically sensitive but as soon as you said so some of the hoodoo stuff made more sense.

Thanks for your input.

Rufus Opus said...

My dad's a reflexologist. We had maps of the zones of the feet all around the house when I was a kid.

When I was learning kung fu, I felt a lot through my feet. Since gaining a hundred pounds more than I should weigh, my feet have become desensitized. I've lost a lot of that, but not enough to have noticed anything in my feet. Interesting stuff.