In A Desert… (just for fun!)

Originated as a Japanese psychology game – it will give you interesting perspectives about your personality: Remember, it’s a GAME, so don’t take it too seriously, especially if it doesn’t meet your view of yourself.

The rules are simple: Grab a pen/paper or just keep track in your head, but don’t cheat and scroll ahead to see how it plays out.

Imagine you’re walking through a desert…

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You see a cube.

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How big is the cube?

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What material is the cube made out of?

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How far is the cube from the ground?

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Somewhere near the cube, imagine a ladder.

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Where is the ladder in relation to the cube?

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What material is the ladder made out of?

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Picture a horse next to the cube and ladder.

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Is it wearing anything?

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What is the horse doing?

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Now, imagine flowers somewhere in the scene.

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How many are there?

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How far away from the cube are they?

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Lastly, there’s a storm starting.

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How close is it to the cube, ladder, horse, and flowers?

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Are finally, are you scared of the storm?

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. . .  ~ ~ ~ almost there ~ ~ ~ . . .

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Results:



Size of the cube is the size of your ego.

The transparency of the cube shows how open you are with people.

The closer to the ground the cube is, the more grounded you are.
The distance between the ladder and the cube is how close you are to your real friends.

If the ladder is leaning against the cube, it means your friends can lean on you for support.

The sturdier the material, the stronger your bonds are to people.

The horse being tied up or saddled means you like more control in a relationship.

The wilder the horse, the wilder you like your relationships.

The more flowers you pictured, the more kids you want.

The closer they are to the cube, the more you are thinking about kids.

The storm represents stress.

The closer and more threatening it is, the more stressed you currently feel.

How accurate was it?

Why did you choose the items you did the way you did? (materials, sizes, etc.) Leave your comments below, or join the discussion in our Facebook Group!

 

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Sera Hicks
Creative Journey Leader, Intern Supervisor, Admin, Writer at Geeks and Geeklets
Geeky Hobbit-loving Whovian. Lover of chocolate, cats, and crafty things. Writer, Creative Journey Leader. It has to be better tomorrow.