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Tibetan personality test: 3 questions about the real you

Quiet, loud, euphoric, reserved or self-confident - a person's personality is just as unique as their fingerprint. The so-called Big Five - the five essential characteristics of personality psychology - shape our lives as well as our careers. It is all the more important to know yourself and your personality exactly - even if your personality develops and matures over time.

There are now hundreds of psychological tests for this, but the so-called Tibetan personality test has a special feature: It is short, crisp and immediately reveals a new view of our lives and our priorities - allegedly with a hit rate of 97 percent ...

➠ Content: This is what awaits you

➠ Content: This is what awaits you

Tibetan Personality Test: Origin and Definition

Tibet - a country that is primarily marked by wars and oppression. Every year the small country attracts numerous tourists who are looking for peace and enlightenment there or who want to immerse themselves in Buddhism. Allegedly the so-called Tibetan personality test also came from there. Hence - allegedly - the name ...

In some sources, the personality test is even attributed to the Dalai Lama. That sounds good, of course, but it remains questionable. Because it is never mentioned which “enlightened one” of Tibetan Buddhism it was exactly. And that would be entirely possible with a real source. Therefore, one can assume that the name and origin are more of a kind of marketing story. The origin of the Tibetan Personality tests remain unknown, which does not harm the test itself, its content and astonishing accuracy.

Tibetan Personality Test: The Prerequisite

An essential prerequisite for this test is that you open your own subconscious and answer the questions intuitively. Perhaps hence the name: As in Buddhism and meditation, the mind must first be calmed and intuition and spontaneity awakened.

Of course, you don't need to meditate before the test. It is enough if you answer very honestly and spontaneously and let yourself be guided by your intuition, without thinking long about a supposedly "correct" answer. Some may be amazed at the results, others will find them at least amusing - so the few minutes will definitely be worth it.

Self-test: the gateway to the subconscious

The human subconscious is like a parachute: it works better when it is open. So it's best to use a pen and a piece of paper to write down the answers. In the resolution below, you will then learn more about yourself than you might have known before.

As I said, the most revealing answers are the spontaneous answers. Here we go…

Put the following five animals in (your) order

  • cow
  • tiger
  • sheep
  • horse
  • pig

Use an adjective to describe the following nouns

  • Dog: _______________________
  • Cat: _______________________
  • Rat: _______________________
  • Coffee: _______________________
  • Sea: _______________________

Think about five people who are very important in your life. Assign each person's name to a color

  • Yellow: _______________________
  • Orange: _______________________
  • Red: _______________________
  • White: _______________________
  • Green: _______________________

That's it. Now the resolution and explanation follows ...

Question 1 is about the priorities in life

In this test, the animals symbolize different areas of life - and the weight we give them in our lives. How did you decide? What is your list of priorities?

  • The cow stands for that Career.
  • The tiger for that Self esteem.
  • The sheep for them love.
  • The horse for them family.
  • The pig stands for money.

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Question shows how you (unconsciously) evaluate your life

The adjectives, on the other hand, not only describe the associations with the respective noun. This test also conceals statements about ourselves, about our environment and our life - and how we ultimately perceive and evaluate this ...

  • The association with the dog shows your own personality.
  • The cat symbolizes your personality Partners.
  • The rats are yours Enemies.
  • The coffee describes your relationship to the love life.
  • The adjective for the sea shows you own life.

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The colors describe the relationship to people

Here, too, there are associations and meanings behind the colors. According to the test, the assignment of certain people in our life to the respective color reveals what relationship we (subconsciously) have with these people ...

  • Yellow is a person who is your life significantly influenced Has.
  • Orange is yours true friend.
  • Red is the person you truly are love.
  • White is yours Soul mate.
  • Green is the person you look to for your entire life recall become.

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Tibetan Personality Test: The Role of Thoughts in Buddhism

The following story from Buddhist mythology illustrates the role of thoughts in a person's life:

A man went on a journey and unexpectedly made it to paradise. He sat down under the wishing tree (in Buddhism the wishing tree stands for the paradise concept) and went to sleep. When he woke up he was very hungry and thought: I'm hungry, something to eat would be nice now. Immediately, food appeared out of nowhere and floated through the air towards him. The person was so hungry that he didn't think twice about where the food was coming from and devoured it.

When the hunger was satisfied, he looked around and another thought occurred to him: It would not be bad to have a drink now. Paradise has no prohibitions - a full jug of wine immediately appeared. The person lay comfortably under the tree, sipped his wine with relish, surrounded by a light cool breeze, and wondered: What is going on here? Am I dreaming? Or are there ghosts here who make fun of me? The ghosts appeared promptly. They were terrifying, cruel and repulsive, just like in his mind. The person started to tremble and thought: You are going to kill me now. So it happened.

According to Buddhist teaching, all thoughts come true at some point - sometimes it only happens after a long time, when you have long forgotten the original thoughts. The power of thought also appears in other religions - in the Jewish valley mouth as well as in the Christian Bible. In modern times it finds its mirror in the direction of positive thinking or in so-called realistic optimism. And it is also true: What our mind is full of, our energy and strength go there - in the positive and unfortunately also in the negative. In the sense…

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