Discover what your toes have to say to you. The position and shape of the toes reveal a person’s character, behavior, emotions, and attitude to life. The shape of the toe is an innate characteristic, but their position can change throughout life due to outside influences and personality development.
The left foot is the foot that represents the emotional life, it is the “female” foot and the right foot represents the rational side of life, this is the “male” foot. Round toe indicate a person who is tactical and friendly, while angular toes represent a person who is very direct. Sloping toes in a straight line from largest to smallest indicates a person who is calm, stable, and orderly.
Space between toes indicates delay, one first wants to consider how one looks at something or how one reacts. If all the toes are touching each other without a space between them, then this indicates spontaneity; one reacts very directly to a situation without thinking about it.
A toe deviating to the right indicates that the past no longer has a hold on the person. A large firm toe indicates that the relevant characteristics that are linked to that relevant toe are strongly present in that person. Look below for the properties per toe.
The big toes tell you how to communicate. A “big” big toe indicates strong verbal ability. On the right foot, this communication is linked to the mind and to joy. The big toe on the left foot indicates how you express your feelings and sadness. Energy usually leaves the foot through the big toe. However, if the big toe isn’t the longest toe on the foot, it isn’t. One then has to deal with a very chaotic person who wants to do everything at once.
The Second Toe
A long second toe indicates a lot of ambition and indicates how you deal with your wishes and desires. If the big toe and the second toe are a little bit apart, you find it difficult to react directly to things.
The Third Toe
People with big “middle” toe is very creative and act intuitively. They have tremendous decisiveness, although a large middle toe on the left foot can indicate aggressiveness.
The Fourth Toe
The fourth toe shows how one can deal with control and loss, especially the toe on the right foot. The fourth toe on the left foot represents love.
The Little Toe
The little toe of the right foot indicates how you deal with fear and uncertainty, if it is hidden behind the other toe, you will not quickly show everything. However, the straighter your little toe of the left foot is, the more confidence you have in the future because this toe represents optimism.
Horizontal ridges on the toenails indicate emotional tension.
Many people have one or more crooked toes. It is a common phenomenon on the foot. Usually, crooked toes are symmetrical on both feet. Usually, the fourth or fifth toe is illogical. A crooked toe usually does not cause any problems.
When a person is standing on their feet, it is the best way to see whether a toe is straight or not. In a quarter of the children, the crooked toe straightens out on its own. Usually, nothing is done about this deviation. With a crooked toe, the chance of developing calluses on the tip of the toe is greater. That can be very painful.
With a hammertoe, the toe is in a curved position. Between the base phalanx and the middle phalanx, the joint is turned upwards. The tips of the toe do touch the ground. If this continues, it is a hammertoe. When the toe can still move well, it is called a claw toe.
Walking is very painful because the joint presses against the shoe. Children with hammertoes, therefore, have adapted footwear that consists of special arch support. Splitting the flexor tendon is also an option in infancy. Young people can also opt for a surgical treatment in which the joint is removed from the toe. The toe will then straighten on its own. Hammertoes need to be cared for well, as calluses and corns are prone to occur.
Fused Toes/Webbed Feet
1 in 3000 people is born with a fused toe or fingers. This is also known as syndactyly. Skin and/or bone have then grown together. Fused toes are also known as webbed feet. There is usually no intervention for grown toes. If a child does not suffer from the deviation, it is fine to live with it, because they do not hinder the musculoskeletal system of the foot. If a big toe has grown attached to another toe, surgery often follows to separate the toe.
Above The Tenen
An overlying toe occurs when the fifth toe lies over the fourth toe, but another small toe can also lie on top of each other. An overlying toe is often a hereditary defect. Children with overlying toes are usually symptom-free. If it does cause problems, surgery can correct the abnormality.
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Polydactyly is a common condition of the toe. This means that a child is born with extra toes or fingers. With this deviation, the foot usually has an extra toe on the outside of the foot. In rarer cases, even more, extra toes occur. An extra toe is usually surgically removed at a young age because otherwise wearing shoes becomes difficult. Surgery is usually done when the child is about a year old. Amputating the extra toe is easier at a young age.
What Can You Do With It?
Because the toe reflects yourself, you can get to know yourself better. It offers insight into your chances and possibilities so that you can go through life more consciously and make choices that suit you better.
Is This Immutable?
The position of the toes can indeed change. If your personality changes, so will the toe. For example, crooked toes straighten and twisted toes turn back. Reading toes is only possible with healthy toes, toe that has grown together due to rheumatoid arthritis, for example, cannot be read properly.
The founders of “reading toe” are Imre and Margriet Somogyi.