Freud‘s discoveries about the unconscious mind altered popular perceptions of self and society. Freud was one of the most influential world-changing thinkers of the 20th century.
Freud’s theories may have fallen out of favor with modern psychologists, the Freudian personality styles represent the historical forerunners of the modern-day personality styles.
This test will help you in the process of getting to know yourself better. You will deeply indulge into your psychological parts in which you haven’t had the guts to look into.
You’ll have to answer several questions. The most important rule is to answer sincerely – how do you feel and the first answer that comes to your mind.
The answers are connected to your attitudes, opinions and choices in different areas of your life.
It’s possible you give the same answers to different questions . Don’t look into the results! Take a piece of paper, a pen and start writing your answers.
- You look into the sea. Explain the first feeling you get – You can close your eyes.
- You walk into a wood and look …. (What do you feel? You need to answer this in 30 seconds)
- You see pigeons on the fly (What do you feel?)
- You see a group of horses (write down the first thing you feel, don’t think about something else)
- You are in a desert and you see a wall with a small hole in it. Behind the wall there is an oasis….(Write down what you will do, not what you feel or think)
- Desert again. You are tired from the long road. You see a bowl filled with water. (What do you do? Write down your answer)
- You got lost in the wood. It’s getting dark. You see a house and there’s a light. What will you do?
- You are in a fog. Explain your actions and feelings. How will you act?
See the results on the next page:
- Your attitude towards life, emotions and feelings.
- How you feel in your family.
- Your attitude towards women.
- Your attitude towards men.
- Your basic life strategy, the way you solve your problems
- Your sexual life. The choice of a partner.
- Your willingness for a marriage.
- Your attitude towards death