Find Out Your True Nature With This 3 Question Tibetan Test

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In order to properly complete the test, one needs to think from an abstract point of view, focusing just enough on each exercise and most importantly, just go with the flow, picking the answers who predominantly pop into your head.

All you need is a notepad and a pen to get started.

Ready? Let’s get started!

1 – Imagine There Are Five Animals In Front Of You.

They make up quite an interesting cast of characters; you’ve got a cow, a sheep, a tiger, a horse and a pig.

Put the animals in whatever order makes you feel happy. Remember, don’t think too deeply; just write the names of the animals in an order that you like.

Question #2 – Describe Every Noun In This List.

A dog is _______.

A cat is _______.

A rat is _______.

The sea is _______.

Use only one adjective per noun.

Question #3 – Think About 5 People That Are Significant In Your Life.


For each of the five people, choose a color from the following list:






You can only choose one color per person. Remember, don’t choose wisely – choose intuitively.

So, What Does It All Mean?

Let’s break each question down and look at what your answers mean.

Question #1 – Your Priorities

Cow: Your career

Tiger: Your self-worth

Sheep: Love

Horse: Family

Pig: Money

The way you ordered these things is, of course, indicative of what you prioritize in life.

Question #2 – Your Attitude Towards Life

Dog: Your personality

Cat: Your partner’s personality

Rat: Your enemies’ personality

Sea: Your life overall

The adjective you chose to describe each noun relates to your subconscious view of what that noun represents.

Question #3 – Your Attitude Towards People

Yellow: Someone who had a major impact on your life.

Orange: Someone you consider to be a true friend.

Red: Someone you love wholeheartedly.

White: Your kindred spirit.

Green: Someone you will never forget.

Color plays a large role in shaping your subconscious view of yourself.



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