One of the basic rules of this test is to write what you feel and what first comes to mind.

It’s fine if you have the same answers to different questions. Do not read all at once! Read the questions one by one and do not rush. It will not be so interesting to see the next question if you are still writing the answer to the previous one.

Well, if a pen and a piece of paper are in front of you, then let’s begin!

1. You are peering into the sea, what do you feel? Focus only on your first impression. You can close your eyes to better feel it…

2. You are walking through the woods and look at the ground. Write down what you feel.

3. What do you feel when looking at flying seagulls? It’s all right if in this case you make up with a quick response.

4. What about a herd of horses? Write the first thing that comes to mind, avoid thinking for too much time.

5. You are in the desert, standing by the wall with a small hole, behind which you see the oasis. What are your actions? Don’t write just your thoughts and feelings, but focus on what you would do in this situation.

6. You are still in the desert, completely exhausted, and suddenly see a water jug. Once again, your actions are what matters in this question. Your answer may sound banal, but still, write it down.

7. You are lost in the woods in the evening and see a house with lights on. Write what you’re gonna do.

8. You’re in the fog. Once more, focus on actions and write down how you would behave.

INTERPRETATION

1. Your attitude to life, emotions, sensations.

2. The way you feel in your own family.

3. Your attitude towards women.

4. Your attitude to men.

5. Your basic life strategy and goal. The way you solve your problems.

6. How selective you are in sexual life. Choice of a partner.

7. Your readiness for marriage.

8. Your attitude to death.


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  1. Johnny

    Haha when I was a kid my brother and I were caught throwing stones at seagulls by am old lady in St Andrews Scotland. My answer to number 3. was I’d like to throw stones at them lol hahaha this has made my day. My girlfriend however is raging lol

  2. L

    1- cold
    2- peace
    3- freedom
    4- caged
    5- go around the wall, accomplishment
    6- suspicious, open and look at water, drink if looks ok
    7- go to the house, and knock on the door
    8- sit down, and wait

  3. Laura

    1. Waves, cold, tickles.
    2. My shoes. Bigger rocks or sticks.
    3. Oceany… Anxious a little. But mostly calm.
    4. “Spirit” 😀 Freedom. Nostalgia.
    5. Peek in. Focus. See if it’s real.
    6. (couldn’t see the question, there was an ad -.-)
    7. Go there. Hesitate. Peek through the window.
    See if their address is written down anywhere or
    if I can get a signal on my phone. No address,
    no signal, seems safe: I’d knock.
    8. Find a wall and stay near it until it’s over.
    Try to look for a way to get inside.

  4. Name (required)

    1. Chaos, fire
    2. Digust, lust
    3. Nothing
    4. Death
    5. Go to the Oasis.
    6. Examine jug, see if contents are drinkable, drink contents if I’m thirsty.
    7. Go to the house and ask for help.
    8. Get out of the fog and see what the fuck is going on?

    Interesting.

  5. BIK

    1.small, insignificant
    2.refreshed, calm
    3.scared, defensive
    4.beautiful, freedom
    5.walk around the wall to the oasis, strip down and swim
    6.pour water on myself to get clean
    7.avoid house, look for a road
    8.stick to the path/road and keep moving forward with caution

  6. Anastasia

    1. A calling, like down in the depths there is something that i belong with, a longing

    2. A peaceful coexistence with nature, an awe and wonder of the world around me.

    3. Sometimes awe at their audacity and i love the calls they make, its soothing. It reminds me of the sea.

    4. Wild horses. Free with their manes blowing behind them as they run. Its a beautiful, powerful sight.

    5.i climb the wall, if i cant climb it then i try to dig under it, because i want to live and f*** the wall.

    6. Does the water look green?no? Cool, does it smell funky? No? Even better. If i stick my tongue in it, does it taste okay? Yes? Then drink a little and find a way to strap it to my back and find a way over/around/under/ through the wall.

    7. Middle of the woods at night? Nopenopenope. See a house with lights? Thank god!!! Walks briskly l, because scared of dark, and knocks on the door.

    8. Pea soup fog? Walk until its gone or i walk into a wall of some kind. Staying in one place gets me no where real fast. If something is out there its gonna get me whether i stay put or not.

  7. N S Venkatesan

    learn swimming
    greenery all around
    ecstatic
    gutsy
    try to reach
    look around for the source of the jug
    just go in
    hope

  8. Remus

    1. Intrigued. Feel powerful. Mysterious, awing.
    2. Peaceful, quiet, happy. Smiling.
    3. Fresh, free, want to dance and sing! Child-like wonder. Laughter.
    4. Pressured, intimidated. Overwhelmed and in awe, yet frightened and feels inadequate.
    5. I would not stop at anything to get over the wall, whether I was thirsty or not.
    6. I would stare at water jug for a minute, the look inside, feel the water. After a minute, I would start to drink slowly, letting the water swish in my mouth, and trickle slowly down my throat.
    7. Keep on walking, but store the knowledge that the house is there, in case I really need help later. Want to figure it out by myself and not have to ask for help.
    8. Lay down on ground and watch the fog. Observe how people act in it. The grass is cool and I stay for 5-10 minutes before getting up, peaceful, to go home.

  9. mario

    1- I got really anxious
    2- sadness, I feel lonely
    3- anger, it could poop on me
    4- anger, they are so happy and free
    5- jump the wall
    6- drinks It, I’m really thirsty
    7- I knock the door, If no one answers the door, I enter the house.It’s really scary out here.
    8- sit on the ground, hug my legs, start to cry.

  10. kody

    1 peace
    2 heavy and alone
    3anxious
    4 magestic
    5 try and yell for someone to come and help from other side or walk around it or over it if possible
    6 grab it see if it’s fresh and see if it’s somebody else’s
    7 just keep walking house looks like trouble
    8 slow travel eyes open and alert on guard

  11. Lawrence

    1) Peering into the sea
    I feel powerless not to see through, yet, I know there is a life there. I smell the sea, and I see the foam over a blue sea. Not afraid, but cautious not to get lost.

    2) Looking at the ground in the forest
    I look at a soft plush carpet of moss. It feels comfortable under my feet. It feels like a healthy place. I also see water, just a little further. I love it.

    3) Looking at seagulls
    Usually, seagulls are looking down for food when they fly over a given spot. I wonder what there is that they want from around me. They are wildlife, I’m happy to see them.

    4) Looking at horses
    Power, strength, muscle, competition, time constraint, sweat, work.

    5) Hole in a wall in the desert
    It’s the desert, I’m thirsty or will be shortly. I have to get to that oasis. I dig a larger hole in the wall to get through. (I don’t climb over the wall, but I have no clue as to why)

    6) A jug full of water in the desert
    I smell it, inspect it… if thirsty enough, I drink some, wait a while, drink more. Keep the rest for my trip home. I wonder where it comes from.

    7) Lost in the forest at night see a lit house
    I go around the house, spy inside. If all seems safe, I ring the bell.

    8) Blinded by the fog
    Get lower to the ground to try to see through. I may have to stop my journey until I can see something.

  12. Trisha

    My reaction to the question about the flying seagulls wasn’t quite as confronting as Johnny’s answer, but it was negative nonetheless. My first thought was that I’d take out and unfurl my umbrella to protect myself from being shitted on!

    To be fair, I’ve had quite a few negative experiences with birds.

    1) A pigeon shit on me when I was sitting down on a park bench in Anzac Square. It landed right on my top….my WHITE top and it took forever to wash out the stain in the public restroom with the help of lots of liquid soap.
    2) My brother’s Cockatiel (or Quarian, whichever name you prefer) used to launch an attack on my feet especially after I’d gotten a pedicure. He also had a habit of fluttering over to land on my shoulder pretending to be friendly, only to bite my face. Ouch! And, last but not least, he’d often land on my head when he felt like doing a shit.
    3) Last but not least, I decided to choose an outdoor table at my favorite cafe because it was such a beautiful day. Until a pigeon landed on the rim of my coffee mug and….you guessed it….to my horror, I heard the telltale PLOP. I had to order another coffee.

  13. Amy

    1. peaceful and sense of belonging.
    2. not damp or dry, but is uneven but i will still walk forward
    3. they are with their family migrating, i feel attachment
    4. freedom, they are free and powerful
    5. I know its a mirage, I would rather walk around more than go there
    6. i drink some and save some for later
    7. i will check the surroundings, be cautious, probably even stalk for a while, and then decide
    8. i would enjoy the fog and walk through it

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