The moon is a mystical, mysterious, and extremely powerful force in our world.
It has proven it to be a silent and unassuming force upon us, but can your visual moon preference reveal you're true personality? Can it show you what your subconscious is screaming at you to change for the better? Take this simple visual test to see what the moon is saying about you.
Most of you have probably already heard of the moon’s significance in astrology and spirituality. It also has been studied from a scientific point. Sir Isaac Newton, for example, was the first to explain the relationship between the moon’s position and gravitational pull and the ocean’s tide. Did you know your body is composed of 55 to 75 percent water?
As such, the moon has been shown to have a significant impact on the human body. From sleep cycles to your menstrual cycle, the moon has been scientifically linked to almost every bodily function. Given it's scientific, spiritual, and astrological significance in our bodies, it’s only natural that our visual preferences of the moon can reveal much about our personality. And it might just be a fun test to do with your loved ones.
So pick the moon in the picture below that you like the most and read your result below.
1. The Achiever
Your life history is goal and achievement-oriented. Efficiency is a companion that follows you. A healthy amount of self-confidence is fueled by your energetic, outgoing, and optimistic outlook on whatever your plate may hold at the moment. You favor safety and stability over letting the good times roll you away, and you’re willing to work extremely hard to create an environment you feel you can thrive within.
What you may be ignoring is that you are often your own harshest critic and personal execution squad. Be more kind to yourself when you make a mistake. Perfection is an unobtainable goal because it simply doesn’t exist. So, set your goal to be the best you possible, not an imaginary infallible version of yourself that you’ll never achieve. Learn from your mistakes, and allow mistakes to be yet another fuel you use for achievement.
2. The Creative
Your environment is highly aesthetic, tangible, and emotionally-based. The astute, tender, and emotional side of you makes you very conscious. However, your sensuality leads you toward excess and materialistic endeavors over practicality. Life is likely a high and low rollercoaster of self-indulgence and altruism toward others.
What you may be ignoring is that the excesses in life may be holding you back from your full potential. Do you spend long hours at play, overeat, or overly indulge in pleasures? All of the excesses can easily drain your energy, productivity, and creative juices. It dulls your natural brightness and stifles your time management of life. Try moderation and bringing down the intensity so that you have the energy reserves for the things that will further you in the long-run of life, not just give you instant gratification.
3. The Energetic
You have a zest for life and a strong character to help you juice whatever lemon or lime you’re given. Your even temperament makes you a steady and reliable worker, mate, and friend. Your energy translates into maintaining an environment of well-being for yourself and loved ones; you want to ensure everyone has everything they need. There’s a strong sense of loyalty when it comes to choosing who you surround yourself with, and your relationships are never something you take lightly nor for granted.
What you may be ignoring is that your strong sense of loyalty could be making you very standoffish to and distrustful of the unknown. Without risk, can there be a reward? Your greatest internal fear is betrayal, and that often includes a betrayal by your own senses. Being distrustful can be emotionally and mentally exhausting, and you often don’t even consciously realize how this constant state of on-guard is impacting your life, health, and happiness. Add calmness to your life by giving some leeway for innocent until proven guilty. Add fullness to your life by entrusting your own senses as a capable and trustworthy judge and jury. Some risks are worth taking.
4. The Compassionate
Your sensitivity to the world’s plight makes you an extremely kind, generous, and loving member of society. You have a gravitational pull to meet the needs of others you see aren’t being met otherwise. You might have only enough to get yourself through the week, but, if you see someone hungry, then you’ll sacrifice your own meal so that they won’t go without. Your selflessness in life is the most noteworthy characteristic people use to describe you.
What you may be ignoring is that you have your own desires, needs, feelings, talents, and life in general to live. You can become so hyper-focused on others that you lose who you are, fail to nourish your own life to thrive, and even become dependent on living vicariously through those you help. Take time to remember your own unique importance, explore and utilize your talents, and build your own environment of well-being.
5. The Wonderer
This peculiar world amazes your curious mind. You likely find your mind is always wondering and wandering, which has led you to become quite versed on an array of topics. In a constant state of observing and research, you’ve likely become quite cultured and mannered. Yet, you may often wonder why you seem so emotionally unintelligent to others. While you can be friendly and certainly converse in almost any circle and your mind may be a wanderer, you probably physically prefer to be alone or with your closest loved ones. This is likely because you get a sense that those who don’t know you very well either don’t understand you or become intimidated by you.
What you may be ignoring is the stress and sleeplessness caused by your overbearing mind. You rely almost solely on your mind to do life’s work and play. It’s tired, and it needs help. Your mind, heart, body, and soul should all be in positive harmony with one another. Your mind may be able to overcome obstacles alone, but such can be solved much quicker and easier when you allow your heart and soul intuition to give your mind a helping hand. Plus, your intuition can often counteract the worldly notions that often bog down your mind and lead you astray from reaching your own true happiness and satisfaction. Try using your heart and soul as your compass and your mind as a guide to be less stressed, more rested, and greater satisfied.
6. The Tranquil
Simple pleasures in life give you the greatest joy, which makes you a pleasurable and easy person to be around. You’re not needy or demanding. You’re perfectly content in a quiet and uneventful environment, such as sitting on the sofa with a friend watching television or a date that’s just a walk in the park. Tranquility, peace, and harmony are what you surround yourself with because you hate the hectic chaos of the world, but you spend a lot of time thinking about the ‘what ifs’ as they apply to the things you aspire to be, do, and see out in the world.
What you may be ignoring is how the ‘what ifs’ are detrimental to your health, well-being, and productivity. You have a lot of untapped skills you’re not utilizing. This likely frustrate you; makes you anxious; and makes you turn to spend hours upon hours pondering the ‘what ifs’ of yesterday and tomorrow for solutions, right? Spending all this time on what might and could diminish your energy, effectiveness, and incentive for productivity. Try staying in the current present moment. What, as the owner and captain of your own life, can you do right here and now to make yourself useful, happy, fulfilled, or enlightened?
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