What do you see? The optical illusion will reveal your love language and ideal partner based on which design you notice first

Optical illusions can tell a lot about your personality and how you perceive the world.

The new puzzle was designed to tell people about their love language and the type of person they are looking for in a partner.

The color image invites viewers to consider what they see first – there are two possibilities in the illusion.

One option suggests that you see the emotional and psychological aspects of a person’s character as more important.

While the other symbolizes creativity and unique personality – so what do you see?

Do you see an upside down guitar or a girl’s face? The answer will reveal what you expect from the relationship

You saw either a woman or an upside-down guitar, according to the TikTok account, PicPsy, which shared the image.

If you see a girl with black hair and red lips, it means that you have a protective desire to care for the one you love. «you can have emotional and psychological aspects.»

This means that you try to protect and care for your partner.

And the TikTok video also noted that when it comes to a partner, you value emotional understanding and connection above all else.

You value emotional connections and understanding the most and «seek deep spiritual communication, not just superficial interactions,» the video shared.

Finally, when it comes to love, you are thoughtful and do not take decisions lightly, but when you do, you are decisive.

Looking at the upside-down guitar shows that when it comes to relationships, you want to «have unique and novel experiences with your partner and seek a love story that stands out from the rest,» the video shared.

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The TikTok clip also added that you want to ‘strive for harmony, not friction’ and believe it’s important for both parties to put effort into a relationship rather than relying on love at first sight.

While this optical illusion may explain the inner workings of the heart, the question remains, why does one person see a guitar while another sees a woman?

The answer is simply that optical illusions take advantage of a shortcut the brain uses to process images.

Have you ever done a puzzle where all the letters were mixed together except the first and last, but you could still read the sentence?

This is because the brain doesn’t actually read the whole word, but instead uses abbreviations and skips over some letters so you can process the information faster.

Similarly, when you’re looking at an optical illusion, your brain is cutting corners, looking for the most basic information to identify what you’re looking at, and guessing what the complete picture is if it’s not complete.

But you’ll notice that the longer you look at the image, the more options you can see.

In 2011, researchers from the University of Glasgow discovered that when something is unclear to the eye, the mind predicts what it sees and fills in the blanks.

«Our brain effectively creates an incredibly complex puzzle using whatever pieces it has access to,» explained researcher Fraser Smith.

«They are provided by the context in which we see them, our memories and our other senses.»

«Sometimes the brain’s estimate can be so convincing that we see visual illusions,» added Smith’s co-author Lars Muckli of the University’s Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology.

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«The main function of the brain is to minimize surprise – that’s what it evolved to do.»

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