During the test, you are to turn off your conscious mind, relax, and go with the first answer that pops into your head.
This Ancient Tibetan Personality Test is believed to have been created by the Dalai Llama. It’s okay to write your answers down so you don’t forget.
The important thing to remember while taking this test is to not think about your answer too much. Go with your first thought. Use your intuition rather than logical thought. At the end of the test, you will learn something very important about yourself.
Ready? Let’s get started!
Question 1 – Using your imagination, picture five animals in front of you
You see a tiger, cow, sheep, pig and horse. Now, line them up in front of you in whatever order you most prefer. Try not to take too long; simply write down whatever order you think is best for them.
Question 2 – Finish each of the sentences below using one adjective for each noun
A dog is ________.
A cat is ________.
A rat is ________.
Coffee is _______.
The sea is _______.
Question 3 – Imagine five people who are important in your life
Then, pick a color for each person from the colors below. Use your intuition and instinct.
So, what does all of this mean for you?
Question 1 – How you set your priorities
Cow – Career
Tiger – Self Worth
Sheep – Love
Horse – Family
Pig – Money
Question 2 – Your attitudes toward life
Dog – Your personality
Cat – Your partner’s personality
Rat – Your enemies’ personality
Coffee – Your views on sex
Sea – Your overall life
Question 3 – Your attitudes toward other people
Yellow – Someone who has impacted your life in a major way
Orange – Someone you believe to be a true friend
Red – Someone you love with all of your heart
White – Your kindred spirit
Green – A person you are not likely to forget
What do you think? Did this Tibetan quiz show you anything about your inner being that you did not already know? Share with friends and family to see what their results are!
“The more intensely we feel about an idea or a goal, the more assuredly the idea, buried deep in our subconscious, will direct us along the path to its fulfillment.” – Earl Nightingale