This Quiz Reveals Your Subconscious Obsession

What is your obsession? Maybe it’s a book series, or a popular movie franchise. Or maybe you have a strong fondness for gardening, organizing, fixing up old cars, stamp-collecting, or some other hobby. Some people are obsessed with their kids or pets. Others are, perhaps, obsessed with something a little more unseemly, such as toenail fungus. Maybe you have an obsession, or maybe you’ve never been that passionate of a person. But what about your subconscious obsession?

This obsession, which is more of a concept than an object, is lurking in the depths of your subconscious mind.

This obsession could possibly be that nameless urge you feel in your gut.  This is a positive sensation, the thing that drives to find something more or different.  Or it could be that your subconscious obsession is something negative.  It could be something you’re not dealing with or an unnamed fear.   Perhaps your subconscious obsession haunts you in your nightmares, taking on malicious forms in order to get your attention.

According to Psychology Today, the subconscious is the source of creativity, intuition, inspiration, inner knowing, interconnectedness, and spiritual enlightenment. It is where reality shifts and expands, creating a matrix-like realm that reaches far beyond what the conscious mind can comprehend. When we access the subconscious mind, we momentarily leave the land of logic to which we’ve become accustomed.

The quiz below will tear into a segment of your subconscious and reveal to you your subconscious obsession. In each slide of the quiz, you will choose from a selection of photos which collectively will determine your result.

What is your subconscious obsession? Take the quiz now to reveal the answer!

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