What does Sigmund Freud say about you?

Last week we looked at what Carl Jung has to say about you, but what about the father of psychoanalysis, the famous and infamous Sigmund Freud? Just read the quotes below, and decide which one suits your view of the world best. Your decision will reveal something about you.

  1. „Time spent with cats is never wasted.“
  2. “Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.”
  3. “Flowers are restful to look at. They have neither emotions nor conflicts.”
  4. “The mind is like an iceberg. It floats with one-seventh of its bulk above the water.”
  5. “If youth knew; if age could.”

Interpretations. Keywords about you:

  1. Cunning; needs healing; rarely changes mind.
  2. Straightforward; despises overthinking; goal oriented.
  3. Strong; reliable; maybe overburdened.
  4. Profound; maybe intellectual; enjoys contemplation.
  5. Wise; strategic; resilient; grounded.

I’m looking forward to your comments, in order to discover a little bit of something more about you. Share it with your friends, and let them take the test as well. Maybe you’d like to compare choices with your love interest or closest friend?

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28 thoughts on “What does Sigmund Freud say about you?

    1. Oh, this is very interesting, Chris! This means that you often accumulate negative energy. Cats absorb that energy (they feed on it, their biorhythm is special in that way.) If your subconscious led you to this choice, it means you need cats as a form of medicine often. They absorb the ngative energy and give out positive in return.

      1. That’s very interesting.

        I’ve always liked cats.

        And cats always liked me.

        I remember once when my sister’s homicidally inclined first husband tried to hit me over the head with a baseball bat as I was sleeping in her house because I missed the last bus home, her cat (who liked me unlike my first brother-in-law and as I discovered after my dad’s death- my sister) spat at him and my brother-in-law (who was afraid of cats) ran away. The cat then slept on my stomach the rest of the night to protect me from him. As soon as I was no longer tired, I said good-bye to the cat and left the house to catch the first bus home.

        There were a series of novels about the Church of England written by novelist Susan Howatch whose central character was a Father Jonathan Darrow an Anglo-Catholic Church of England priest who was also a psychic.

        I always strongly related to Father Darrow’s character.

        But I remember Father Darrow always had a cat in the house.

        If I ever get my own permanent place and have a steady income, I think I shall get myself a cat as a pet.

      2. Oh, Chris, that is one mind-blowing story with your first brother in law! I don’t want to imagine the fright you must’ve gone through, the tension and the terror of being stuck in a house with such a person…

      3. It was quite a terrifying experience indeed.

        I was just in my late teens or early 20s when it happened.

        But when it happened, that’s when I came to know and appreciate the psychic abilities of cats.

        The cat knew what he was up to and the cat watched over me and protected me.

        For which I’m very grateful.

  1. Oh, definitely #5 with an affinity for #3 too. My ethos doesn’t allow the acknowledgment of the explanations except the last of #3. Now that is a direct hit at the moment. 😀

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