Have You Ever Wondered What Sort of Mind Power You Possess? View This Image to Find Out
The human mind is a miracle we all live with and use every day without even realizing how much it affects our behavior. This is why researchers and scientists all over the world spend a lot of time and money trying to decipher it and learn how it works.
The human brain is the central organ of the human nervous system. It controls most of the body’s activities, including integrating, coordinating, and processing the information it receives from the sensory organs. It is also responsible for making decisions and disseminating instructions that affect the rest of the body.
The most substantial part of the brain, the cerebrum, is divided into two parts: the left and right hemispheres. Although they’re similar in shape and function, each region of the brain controls some unique features. For example, the left hemisphere of most people’s brains controls language, while the right side controls our visual-spatial abilities. 
Deciphering the human mind
American neuropsychologist, neurobiologist, and Nobel laureate winner Roger W. Sperry was part of the team (together with David Hunter Hubel and Torsten Nils Wiesel) that found that the brain’s split hemispheres function differently.
He found that one side often remains dominant, and the way we think depends on which of the sides — left or right — is dominant. Sperry also created several tests that can determine your thought process and personality traits based on his research.
One such test showed what side of your brain is dominant and how this affects your actions and behavior. You can take this test to help you introspect and learn a little more about yourself.
Take a quick look at the photograph below:
Which animal did you see first?
Sperry believes that we could know more about how a person’s mind works based on which animal they identify first in the above image.
1. The head of a tiger
If the first image you see is the head of a tiger, it means that the left hemisphere of your brain is more active than the right.
What this says about you
People with a dominant left hemisphere tend to be very analytical, organized, and goal-oriented. They tend to be objective, logical, and calculative when faced with a problem.
However, since they put a lot of thought into each decision they make, they tend to be stubborn and adamant. To counteract this, they must learn to remain humble and consider the opinion of others when making decisions.
Your personality traits include: 
- Precision: You believe in having clearly stated goals that show a clear path to success.
- Rational: You prevent feelings and emotions from getting in the way of your goals.
- Logical: You easily understand rational subjects like math, science, and logical ideas.
- Natural planner: You tend to do things in a precisely planned way.
- Consummate realist: You believe only in what you can see feel or touch and have no time for fairy-tales and fiction.
2. The hanging monkey
If the first image you see is a hanging monkey, it means that the right hemisphere of your brain is more active than the left.
What this says about you
People with a dominant right hemisphere tend to be very creative and full of innovative ideas. They tend to rely more on their intuition when faced with a problem than on critical thinking.
To this set of people, the journey is more important than the goal, so they are not afraid of losing a step forward to learn a lesson. Since they are also natural dreamers, they often get lost in their own dreamland, making it necessary for them to pay a little more attention to the world around them and, if possible, get a reality check every once in a while. 
Your personality traits include:
- Impulsivity: You tend to be spontaneous with a knack for thinking out of the box.
- Creativity: You are skilled in the arts, music, and other creative disciplines.
- Emotionally driven: You care a lot about many things and mostly act based on feelings.
- Intuitive: You don’t play by the rulebook; instead, you solve problems intuitively.
- Dreamy: You put in effort to achieve your dreams rather than setting goals.
Irrespective of what image you see first, it is essential to remember that both hemispheres of the brain work together and complement each other. So, even though you may exhibit traits that identify you as having one of the hemispheres, it is a combination of both sides that really make you who you are.