I found this fascinating



Right or left brain?
The first picture you’ll see will show the most requested hemisphere.

Watch the picture quickly. Which animal did you see first?

(1) The head of a tiger:

The left hemisphere of your brain is more active than the right. You are an analytical person, very focused on the success of your goals and organized. When you face a problem, you tend to be logic, calculator and objective.
However, sometimes you think too much about the decisions you make, checking that they are correct, which makes you tend to be firm. Remember that a little humility will help you help away.

Your personality features are as follows:
Organized: You do all your things in a planned way, like you have a bucket list.
Accurate: you have fixed goals and you know the way to achieve them.
lucid: emotions and feelings don’t prevent you from reaching your goals.
Logic: you have good skills for mathematics, science and organization of ideas.
Realistic: your world is very real. There is no room for fairy tales and fiction. And anyway, although your goals may seem to be high for others, you know they are real and doable.

(2) Hanging monkey:

The right hemisphere of your brain is very active. You are a creative person who has a lot of innovative ideas. When you face a difficult situation, you rather trust your intuition (you’re almost always right) instead of resting on critical thinking.
You know perfectly that every step you take in your life is a lesson for you and that even if you lose, it means that you are moving towards the success of your goals. For you, travel is more important than the goal. As you are a dreamer, you often get lost in your own paradise. For you, it’s essential to keep your feet on Earth from time to time, realize the reality and pay a little more attention to the world around you.

Your personality features are as follows:
Impulsive: you do things in a spontaneous way. You have the ability to see everything in a different way compared to other people.
Sensitive: you worry a lot about everything. You spend a lot of time thinking and acting based on your feelings.
Creative and artistic: you are an expert in music, art and other creative disciplines.
Intuitive: you don’t list the tasks to do and you don’t respect the rules. You solve problems in an intuitive way.
Dreamer: you have dreams instead of having goals, and you give the best of you to achieve them, and generally, it’s a success.
Remember that the two hemispheres of the brain don’t work in an insulated way, they work together and complete each other. So, although it looks like you have more features from one of the hemispheres, you may also have features from the other hemisphere.

So, what did you see first?

The tiger’s head or the hanging monkey?

Do your personality traits match the descriptions given?

I saw the monkey immediately (it took a while to figure out where the tiger was) and the description is pretty much spot on, except I definitely use to-do lists (I use them for everything). I actually also thought I saw a face on the right and a lizard on the bottom. Not sure what THAT says about me, ha ha!


Author: Janet Carr

Fashion, beauty and animal loving language consultant from South Africa living in Stockholm, Sweden.

4 thoughts

  1. I saw the monkey, even after trying to see the cat for ages I could not. The left side description was accurate except the art bit, I am a mathematics teacher and that is most definitely right sided…maybe it is time for a career change! I am also a lover of lists for everything but only because I get easily distracted.

  2. I saw the monkey too. It’s odd because I always thought I was a left-brained person. May be it switches depending on the time of day. LOL.

  3. Hah! I saw the hanging monkey immediately, then the two-tailed tadpole hanging off of the monkey. A couple of seconds later I saw the white big cat to the left.

    Because I saw the monkey first, you would think that the personality traits listed would apply – a big fat NOPE. All the traits for the big cat described me to a tee.

    What did I learn from this test? Just take it with a grain of salt and keep in mind that most tests like this is “for entertainment purposes only”, as they say.

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