There is always more to life than meets the eye, the saying goes, and that couldn’t be more true when talking about yourself. People are waking up to the long known fact that it our subconscious rather than the conscious mind that defines our lives.
Want to unravel a little more about your hidden self? Just look at the image above, identify the first thing you see, and then keep reading to learn what your observation says about your personality.
Center Of Picture – Tree
The tree is what many people will first notice, and it suggests that you are searching for a sensible meaning of life.
You approach life from a logical angle, which means you more often than not follow your head and not your heart. This can be useful when pursuing a career, making informed life decisions and leading others, but it can seal you off emotionally and limit your expectations.
You strive for what you believe is achievable, but not what you truly want. You avoid taking risks, leaving many easily-opened doors permanently closed.
You will struggle to reach new heights if you don’t expand your horizon and step out of your comfort zone every once in a while. Spontaneity is key.
Left Side Of Picture — Gorilla
Seeing the gorilla first is a sign of masculine energy, but not in the way you’re thinking. It actually suggests you may be struggling with self-confidence.
You feel a need for constant advancement but are way too hard on yourself when something doesn’t go according to plan, often belittling yourself in turn. You also tend to be busy with any and everything, not finding time for yourself.
You’re always open to learning, and your mind takes you to corners unexplored by the collective consciousness. You have a sense of understanding that many people fail to grasp, but be careful you don’t become full of yourself. No one likes a know-it-all.
Improve your self-esteem by leveraging these strengths. Let your learning lead to action of self-improvement and not knowledge, nurture yourself rather than constantly feeding your insatiable ego, and remember that just because you are often right doesn’t mean others can’t also. Be open-minded.
Right Side Of Picture — Lion
Noticing the lion may mean you are an impulsive person who follows his gut to a fault — a wild soul unwilling to be tamed. The lion actually represents feminine energy.
Using your instincts to navigate life’s complexities can lead to fun and exciting experiences, but you can often get people hurt along the way by accident. You’re an animal, and sometimes your claws strike where they shouldn’t.
Fortunately, you’re a good person deep down and just needs a little more focus, though you do tend to spend your energy on bigger ambitions. You have a drive to succeed and won’t abandon a job half done, even when its no longer enjoyable to continue.
You don’t follow the crowd and are uncomfortable being guided by others, even if they’re right, preferring to make mistakes as long as you’re the one making them.
However, accepting help now and wouldn’t be a sign of weakness. In many ways, it is a sign of strength. How often do you see a male lion hunting for its own food?
Bottom of Picture — Fish
Despite being hidden in plain sight, the fish might be the hardest to spot. Fittingly, noticing them first suggests you blend into life, which isn’t to say you’re not living life to the fullest. The fish represents the contradicting duplicity of life.
You hide your true self very well, and are reluctant to reveal it to others because you think no one will understand you.
People can be complicated, but you are filled with a love of life and nature and try to feel the same about others. As a people person, you try to treat everyone the way you want to be treated — that is, with love and understanding — because you know that the energy you put out is the energy you get.
Even so, you should try to be more open, especially to people you love and trust. Usually, the more genuine you are with others, the more genuine they are with you.
Getting Knowing yourself may take a lifetime of diligent work, so keep searching and learning. Keeping growing.