Short Freudian Test: What’s on Your Subconscious Mind?

Short Freudian Test: What’s on Your Subconscious Mind?

We invite you to take a look deep into the secrets of your subconscious mind.

All you have to do is grab a pen and paper, put on your imagination hats and follow the following quiz…

Let’s dive deep into your subconscious mind. Shall we? The results are eerily accurate to believe!


Write down your answers and save them until the end.

You’re peering into the sea. What do you feel?

2 You’re walking in the forest and looking down at the ground. What do you see? Now write down the feeling you had.

3 You watch seagulls flying above your head. How does this make you feel?

4 You’re looking at running horses. What emotions did you get?

5 You’re in the desert, and there’s a wall in front of you. You can’t see the end of it. There’s a little hole in the wall. You see an oasis through it. What are you going to do?

6 While wandering around the desert, you suddenly find a jug full of water. What are your actions?

7 You are lost in the forest in the night. Suddenly you find a house with lights on. Think of what you’re going to do.

8 You’re in the fog, and you can’t see anything. What’s the first thing you want to do?


What do your answers mean?

1 This is your attitude to life, your emotions, and wants.

2 This is the way you feel about your family.

Your attitude to women.

4 Your attitude to men.

5 This is your strategy for solving problems.

6 This is how you choose your sexual partner.

7 Your readiness for marriage and starting a family.

8 Your attitude to death.

What do you think of this quiz? If you found it to be interesting and true, share it with your friends!

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Based On materials from Bartleby

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Short Freudian Test: What’s on Your Subconscious Mind?


Brutal Truths That Sigmund Freud Told Us About Life

Sigmund Freud was an Austrian neurologist, now known as the father of psychoanalysis. He explored the human mind more vastly than any other before him.

His contributions to psychology are extensive. He struggled with the truths of human beings and existence for all his life, which is why everything he said is of great value. Freud was one of the most influential people of the twentieth century and his enduring legacy has influenced not only psychology, but art, literature and even the way people bring up their children.

In his words,
“The masses have never thirsted after truth. They demand illusions, and cannot do without them. They constantly give what is unreal precedence over what is real; they are almost as strongly influenced by what is untrue as by what is true. They have an evident tendency not to distinguish by the two.” -Sigmund Freud


Here are more of life’s awful brutal truths by Sigmund Freud:

1. The goal of all life is death.

A person who is aware of this would not avoid any acts of courage. That’s why the biggest truth of all life is death.


2. There are two major factors protecting human health: to love one’s job and to love one’s life.

It’s not that we are not going to live at all, just because we are going to die. If we assume that we are living already, that means we are going to die. We can love the flowers, the trees, the rain and the smell of the soil after rain. There are, of course, things to be loved in life. We should not think that the glass is half empty. Neither should we think that it is half full. We should see the glass as it is. Your job can make or break your life. And the pain of working at a job that you hate is worse than the pain of hitting your little toe! Because the pain of the latter lasts a few minutes while that of the former lasts for life.


3. Our weaknesses are our power.

The only way that our enemies take us down is by targeting our weaknesses. If a person accepts his own flaws and embraces them, there is nothing that others can use against him or her. We can make ourselves powerful by accepting that we do have our own weaknesses. Nietzsche points at a similar truth of life when says ” Our dilemmas are our hopes.”


4. There is no such thing as love, there is only libido.

I’m not saying it. A neurologist, psychologist, scientist, philosopher, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst with years of experience is. I think he is telling the truth, or at least this is my observation. Or I have only met people who made this a driving principle in life. So, maybe we can accept this as a reality of life and be less upset.


5. People are more intelligent than they can imagine and they are unimaginably immoral.

There are always two paths in life. Whichever path you chose, it is not wise to criticize someone who has taken the other one. Only a person lacking morals can do this.


6. Dreams are the royal roads to the unconscious.

Another key aspect regarding humans is the unconscious. I believe that dreaming is necessary for self-discovery, and I advise you to care for dreaming as much as you do for sleeping. I do not have a single night’s sleep without a dream. I am always devastated to remember the fact that the dreams that I have, which can make up the scenario of at least a short movie, last only 11 seconds “at most.”


7. A neurosis is having no tolerance for uncertainty.

There is no such painful and satisfying emotion as the one you feel towards ambiguity. But this, of course, can affect everyone differently.


8. People can defend themselves against attacks, but they are vulnerable to compliments.

Most of us cannot tolerate criticism, so we try and find weaknesses of those criticizing us to hurt them 


9. One needs to turn a maze into a razor straight line to understand women.
Actually, this is not a fact. Maybe the problem is that men are so predictable.


10. I’ve always seeked for power and confidence outside. But these two are always inherent. And they are always there for us to find them.

Self-confidence is trusting your “self.” These are the key elements that everyone needs to have, as long as they do not contribute to egoism. Everything is in our hands, and this has always been the case. We have always thought the way we wanted to, we have always heard as much as we wanted to hear, and we have always seen as much as we wanted to see.

The glass had to be half full or half empty for us. We haven’t been able to accept things as they are. We did not understand what we were told. And yet, we got upset every time. The reason for that was lack of confidence, because if we believed in ourselves and the power that we possess, we would understand as we were told and see as we were shown.