Sole Stories

What do your feet say about the path you have walked?  This is your sole/soul story.  Many of us think we walk a good path only to find out we are so far off the path it is impossible to get back on. How many times do we put boulders and stones on the path to make what should be simple and easy difficult.  Perhaps we fear we are not deserving of a clear pathway. To stumble and fall is often times necessary as long as one picks themself up, dusts off and begins the walk again.

I know that at times I have gone down a blind alley and had to back track.  Didn’t I just drive across the country and back to end up in the exact place I left almost a year ago?  Although I do not feel I will stay here for long it is where I am for now.

The most commonly broken toe is the fourth toe, the water toe which represents relationships.  Interesting, yes? Remember the big bunion on Grandma’s big toe? Did she grow up in a time where women gave up their desires or work for the husband?  Or perhaps she claimed her destiny as a nurturer and committed herself to it.  There are many different meanings for each toe, bruise, the lines and color of the sole.

How have you walked in this life? Are you on your true path or have you for what ever reason been pushed off your souls pathway? Do you carry a badge of honor marked by a bunion, callous or broken bone some place on your foot?

So here is to the walk and may we all walk the good road.

Step gentle on the earth for she is your mother.  Respect the sky for it is your father.  There is great wisdom in the stones if we only slow down enough to listen. Today let us walk out in Beauty.

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Sarah
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 23:26:30

    Thank you Yotaki….. that’s beautiful….

    Reply

  2. beautywalk
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 07:43:54

    Thank you, that is a great compliment coming from you. Yotaki Beautywalk

    Reply

  3. glo3math
    Nov 13, 2012 @ 04:04:21

    thats really beautiful, thanks.

    Reply

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