The following video is an animation that tries to show how the foot can be projected in the ear, and how the ear can be projected on the foot. The animation only last for one second. Therefore some of the pictures the animation is based up on follows below. The most usual projection on the foot (based on Ingham’s map) is to have the spine along the medial side. The most usual projection on the ear (based on Nogier’s map) is to have the spine along the posterior edge.
By being aware of this connection it is possible to use two different projections on both the ear and the foot. The one on the foot is what Karl Axel Lind named System 3 projection. For those of you that knows both ear- and foot-reflexology it is hopefully possible to see that this implies that there is also a big head on the heel. The size of it makes it easier to work on details accessible on any little toe. It can be possible to find ear, eye, mouth, nose, brain and cranial sutures.
Are these “new” projections as powerful as the “old” ones? All projections have their good sides and their bad sides. If you don’t get the results you hope for by one, try another. Don’t be afraid to test them, be curious.