The Entrance You Fear Reveals Secrets About Your Personality! Mine Was Spot On!

When we face down our greatest fears, we can find out a lot about ourselves and what the future has in store for you. Usually I’d say “pick the cave that you’re most attracted to,” but instead, this time pick the cave that freaks you out the most. Which one would you dare not enter?

Entrance #1.

If you found the ice cave to be the most uninviting, it’s probably because you’re looking for emotional warmth in your life. You don’t like the idea of being alone, and loneliness itself causes great unhappiness and frustration.

Fearing this cave can actually be a good thing. It means you’re probably in a good place in your life. Nothing feels terribly wrong. If you’re single, it may be time to enter the cave, but instead of freezing to death in an ice cave, consider hitting the bar with your friends, going out more, and meeting new people.

Entrance #2.

If this spooky tunnel gave you the chills, it means you may need to go for a journey of mind, body and soul. The murky water symbolizes clouded thoughts and the dark cave symbolizes an uncertain future. It may be time to step way outside of your comfort zone and do something new, as well as spend some time in meditation.

Entrance #3.

If you’re afraid to enter this rickety building, you yourself probably feel very strong and secure. Even so, you probably overthink things and could afford a little bit more spontaneity. It may also be time to tear down some of your own decaying walls put up years before.

Entrance #4.

Let me guess, this one looks like a nightmare to you. If this one freaks you out, it means you probably have a lot of love to give. Home is where your heart is. You fear the idea of a broken heart and a broken home. Remember, life as a whole takes lots of work. Work hard and you’ll reap what you sow.

Entrance #5.

This well might give you goosebumps. It’s hard to know exactly what’s down there. If you fell in, it might be hard to get someone to help you out. This is a sign that you’re too cautious and you’re afraid that if you take a leap, no one will be there to help you if it goes wrong. It’s time to take a deep breath and confidently go in the direction of your dreams.

Entrance #6.

The nature-explorer I am was somewhat thrilled to see this rabbit hole, but if you find it a little bit spooky, it may be because you’re not sure of what you want in life. Being underground symbolizes that you may have some ideas or even a whole part of yourself that needs to be unearthed. Try writing down ideas you have and what you think your purpose is.

Entrance #7.

If this doorway reminds you of a freaky scene from the Walking Dead, it could mean that you have a love of life and want to indulge in all of its fruits. This space symbolizes being buried and things long forgotten. It also symbolizes the fear of a new phase in your life. Are there changes happening that frighten you?

Entrance #8.

Our final cave has good reason to scare you. The doorway to it is a vibrant blue color; a color that symbolizes the sky and sea. but when you enter, you find yourself in darkness. It’s hard to get much done in a space like that. You may value strictness a bit too much. Your hardworking nature might be preventing you from experiencing some of life. It may be time to take a break and go on a vacation. If anything, shake up your routine a bit.

“The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek.” – Joseph Campbell.

Source: higherperspectives

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  1. And what if there is none one would not dare to enter?

  2. a de gelo, o resultado foi exato... certinho com meu momento