4. Tap on the shoulder
This is the person
you trust more than anyone else.
Water is symbolic of your appetite, and approach towards sex.
a. The size of the body of water
is representative of the size of your libido.
The clarity of the water reveals
opinions about sex. Dark, murky water may reveal issues or prejudices
towards sex, while clear water reveals a positive attitude towards
The deeper the waters, the more
fulfillment you get from deep and intense lovemaking.
Little details such as bubbles
in the stream, a mild current or the wind creating small waves,
may reveal a playful disposition towards sex.
The presence of life in the water
(frogs, ducks) may indicate a stronger than average desire for
b. The pace at which the water
is moving indicates libido. Generally the greater the pace,
the more vigorous the sex drive.
c. Your answer reveals the way
you search for a partner. Crossing a river is the equivalent
of going out and finding that special someone.
When it comes to finding a romantic
i. Search until you find your perfect
ii. Create opportunities to interact
with many people, then select someone you like. You are not
too worried about finding someone right away.
iii. Do not have any particular
type in mind, but are inclined to look for someone who is likely
to say 'yes' if asked.
iv. Base your search on information
from your friends. You may be a bit cautious about your relationships.
The ease by which you crossed the
water indicates how comfortable or liberal you are likely to
be in your approach to sex. Finding a way to cross indicates
an interest in new sexual experiences. If you decide to walk
around the water then you are not as open to new sexual experiences.
How wet you get in crossing the
water is another indication of the importance of your sex life.
Any interaction you had with the water, for example splashing
with your hand, is an indicator of increased libido. If you
jumped in and had fun, you are a wildcat.
Note: The way you cross the water
may reveal additional personality traits. For example, if you
jump into the river and swim across, you act without thinking.
If you find another way to cross, you think before you act.
6. Drinking container
a. The description of the container
defines how you approach a romantic relationship or attachment.
If the container is plain and has a practical use, then you
are likely to take a rational and realistic approach to relationships.
Practical containers are made of sturdy materials and do not
break or spill their contents easily. Examples include a thermos
and a water bottle.
If the container is ornamental
or is excessively adorned, your relationships are more likely
to be idealistic, sentimental and adventurous. Examples of ornamental
cups are those which are bejeweled, decorated with ribbons,
or cut in various patterns like wine glasses. They are more
likely to break and are not efficient during long journeys.
A container that is both useful
and attractive means that you are both realistic and dreamy
when it comes to romantic relationships.
If the container looks dirty and
abandoned then you are pessimistic about being in a relationship
with your partner for too long.
b. If you take the container,
then you feel that you are more likely to find happiness in
long term relationships than short-lived romances.
c. Taking the cup and filling
it with water reveals that intimacy and sex make up a large
part of your relationship. Taking the cup and leaving it empty
means that sex does not play a major role in your relationship.