When it comes to our minds, there is more than just our conscious thoughts. We all have subconscious thoughts too. You may be familiar with Sigmund Freud. He was the one who broke down the mind’s function and its features using a topographical model. According to Freud, there are three levels to the mind, the conscious mind, The preconscious mind, and the unconscious mind. That brings us to our article today, by looking at the image that follows, you will use your unconscious mind when making your selection. Remember, your unconscious mind is still linked to the conscious, and your choice should reflect the real you, or in this case, your anger trigger.
Now, clear your mind and thoughts and close your eyes for a moment. When you open your eyes, scroll down a little and have a look at the image.
Are you ready? Take a look at this picture. Which animal is the first you notice?
Have you spotted an animal? Alright, let’s take a look at what that means and what your anger trigger is likely to be!
If the first animal you spotted was the bear, chances are you have a wonderfully adventurous, and curious spirit by nature. You do, however, have a hot temper, but that temper is often quickly calmed. Things that trigger you are when someone is disrespectful, especially people you hold in high esteem.
Should you have spotted the fish before any other animal, it is likely that you do not enjoy confrontation and do your best to avoid it. This means that you do not anger quickly, but, when you do, it’s usually a trigger such as being taken advantage of or disregarded. You do not enjoy people thinking you are weak just because you are kind, either.
The kangaroo indicates a person with a selfless nature, someone who puts others’ needs before their own. But, sometimes people think this means they can walk all over you. This is your biggest trigger.
If you saw an image of a lion first, your emotions run high. You are quick to anger and set off and you do not think twice about letting people know about it! Many small things trigger you and make you quite angry, however, you are usually not slow to calm down and that anger passes.
Seeing the dolphin first indicates that you are a unique and creative person by nature. You really dislike people who pretend to be something they are not. Inauthentic people are your biggest trigger. That said, it takes a lot for you to show that anger.
Should you have spotted the fox first, chances are you yourself are quite like the fox! A quick learner and someone who never stops moving, you really do not enjoy being around people who don’t quite get it as fast as you do. Repeating yourself is a massive trigger that makes you quite cross quite fast!
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If you saw the cat first, you may be someone who seems shy and aloof. But, just because you are quiet, does not mean the former! You like to think before you speak and your biggest trigger is a loudmouth who can’t share the spotlight.
Just like the eagle, you have goals and high targets. This means that you have set very high expectations for both yourself and for those close to you. Therefore, your main trigger is people not meeting those very high expectations.
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If you saw the elephant first, you may be someone who people get the wrong impression about. People think you are rude or bossy and mean. This is not true, of course, and you have a kind and gentle nature. Your worst trigger is injustice and others being treated unfairly.
Should you have spotted the rabbit before any other animal, it is likely that you are someone with a lot of energy. You are the joker who loves to entertain. Your biggest trigger are people who complain a lot or who are constantly negative.
You are probably a very kind and gentle person by nature. You want others to give what you put out, and expect them to treat you as well as you do them. When someone fails to do so, you are triggered and angered by their lack of energy.