Wednesday, 31 March 2010

New footsoak technique

Have you ever considered the illogicality of footsoaking?

Think about it. We come home in the evenings and remove our feet from our shoes, shoes which have picked up all sorts of negativity in the course of the day. We footsoak, and the following morning we put our feet back into the same negativity-ridden shoes that we had on the day before.

A new technique is gaining popularity in certain quarters that admirably solves this problem - foot and shoe soaking.

All you do, it return home and immerse your shoes in the same salt water as your feet, there's no need to even take them off.

Whereas, we normally footsoak for ten minutes or so, practitioners of the new technique have found that double that time is required to deal with the additional negativity in the shoes.

And, of course, the shoes can nicely dry overnight by putting rolled up pieces of vibrated newspaper inside.

Feel free to post a comment about how this is working for you.

[Edit: this was a post for April First Day]

18 comments:

Jillian said...

I have tried this many times and it is awesome

Rubber Yogi said...

Does this work also for the rubber boots?

John said...

You can also soak your hands and gloves in salt water for a similar effect.

Anonymous said...

Nice April Fool attempt.

I got so mad and thought people are crazy, then my husband said it is April Fool. Then I laughed and laughed.

Good sense of humor.
Jai Shree Mataji
Heera

Alessandro Frittelli said...

I found out that actually I take greatest reliefe for my chakras going directly to take a shower, fully dressed. Try and tell me if it is not so ...

silvanasono said...

Can you uou imagine putting your brand-new shoes from Bata in water and salt?
This is detachment!!!

Ken Williams said...

Goodness gracious, I never footsoak myself anymore. I simply get my butler to footsoak for me.

Corinne said...

This is not new at all ! 13 years ago my son was following me through the covered swimming pool area to get outside to the open air swimming pool. Although I told him to take off his shoes, he did not do it... but I could not see as I had my other baby in the arms and all necessary "luggage"... But seeing the furious swimming coach running towards me made me understand the problem... My son was already a little genius having discovered that type of very good foot soaking... expensive for shoes but we do it every evening... really we are surprised you didn't know and practice...
Love
Corinne

Anonymous said...

Are you saying that shoes hold vibrations the same way as our feet do?

Rosalie said...

My first thought was one of curisoity. Ha ha!!!! Then I thought, why not?! I did it!!! I was fooled! As I was doing this I was thinking that, well, this works, but maybe I wouldn't do the shoesoak every night but only once a week!!! And now my italian shoes are extra clean and now drying under the radiator! Jai Shri Mataji! Life is full of hilarious surprises!!!!
Rosalie xxx

captain roadtax said...

I thought it was an april fools joke until I tried it...

silvanasono said...

We can always put our shoes outside lying on the Mother Earth to release negativities...and hope that any dog won't take and bury them anywhere! :)

purnima said...

hehe i intially thought it was an april fool's attempt
but then gave in,,anyway it didn't sound quite right
thanks i was made a fool :)troursh

Pierre said...

It is so beautiful!!! & a nice method to fight the lack of discrimination between true devotion and fanatism.
Galina

Anonymous said...

Haha! "New shoes from Bata!" Not Prada? Excellent!

Mac said...

Why not buy new Prada every day? Keeps your vibes fresh, and moreover, makes your looks and status improve.

Dhamini said...

So let me get this right because this sounds totally crazy to me.

You people actually wear a pair of shoes more than once? That's so uncool - I never wear any item of clothing more than once in case someone sees me.

Paulio

Anonymous said...

I always wear a pair of shoes when I footsoak in the sea but I thought it was because I needed to protect myself from blue bottles and all the other nasties that like to wash up on the beach. Hmm I wonder would it work better if I branched out to my clothing, furniture etc?!