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You are in a desert. You have with you the following five animals: A lion, a cow, a horse, a sheep, and a monkey.

To escape the desert you are going to have to get rid of one of your animals. Which one do you drop? (You can use whatever logic you like BUT > keep track of which animal is discarded when!) You have 4 animals left.

The desert is burning up! It goes on for miles. Sand is everywhere. You realize, to get out, you are going to have drop another animal. Which do you drop?

You have 3 animals left. Walk, walk, walk. Hot, hot, hot. Disaster! The Oasis that you were looking for is dried up! You have no choice but to drop another animal.

You have 2 animals left. Ok, it's a long hot walk. You can see the edge of the desert way on the horizon. Unfortunately, you can only leave the desert with ONE animal. Which one do you drop and which one do you keep?

Before looking at the answers below, make sure you know which animal you dropped in what order.








These answers are based on Japanese Archetypes.

The desert represents a hardship. The animals represent . . .

Lion = Pride

Monkey = Your Children

Sheep = friendship

Cow = Basic Needs

Horse = Your Passion.

So, in the face of hardship, you will sacrifice each of these things in turn. Your last animal represents that thing which you cling to at the expense of all others.


Answer each question in order without peeking ahead!!

Read the following questions, imagine the scenes in your mind, and write down the FIRST thing that you visualize. Do not think about the questions excessively.

1.You are walking in the woods. Who are you walking with?

2.You are walking in the woods. You see an animal. What kind of animal is it?

3.What interaction takes place between you and the animal?

4.You walk deeper into the woods. You enter a clearing and before you is your dream house. Describe its size.

5.Is your dream house surrounded by a fence?

6.You enter the house. You walk to the dining area and see the dining room table. Describe what you see on and around the table.

7.You exit the house through the back door. Lying in the grass is a cup. What material is the cup made of (ceramic, glass, paper, etc.)?

8.What do you do with the cup?

9.You walk to the edge of the property, where you find yourself standing at the edge of a body of water. What type of body of water is it (creek, river, ocean, etc...)

10.How will you cross the water?







This has been a relational psychology test. The answers given to the questions have been shown to have a relevance to values and ideals that we hold in our personal lives. The analysis follows:

1.The person who you are walking with is the most important person in your life.

2.The size of the animal is representative of your perception of the size of your problems.

3.The severity of the interaction you have with the animal is representative of how you deal with your problems (passive, aggressive).

4.The size of your dream home is representative of the size of your ambition to resolve your problems.

5.No fence is indicative of an open personality. People are welcome at all times. The presence of a fence is more indicative of a closed personality. You'd prefer people to not drop by unannounced.

6.If your answer did not include food, people, or flowers then your are generally unhappy.

7.The durability of the material with which the cup is made is representative of the perceived durability of your relationship with the person from number 1. For example, styrofoam, plastic, and paper are disposable; Styrofoam, paper, and glass (ceramics) are not durable; and metal and plastic are durable.

8.Your disposition of the cup is representative of your attitude toward the person in number 1.

9.The size of the body of water is representative of the size of your sexual desire.

10.How wet you get in crossing the water is indicative of the relative importance of your sex life.

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