Optical illusion shows if you are really a judgmental person…so what do YOU see when you look at it?
- This optical illusion can reveal if you’re being too judgmental
- The photo was first shared by content creator Mia Yilin
- It shows both an image of a crow and the side profile of a man’s face
An optical illusion can reveal whether or not you are judgmental, depending on what you see first.
This image can tell you if you are too self-critical or if you have a very strong opinion.
The photo was first shared by the content creator Mia Yilin on TikTok, where it has been viewed more than 972,000 times.
The photo depicts both a crow and a face, whichever you see first can reveal what kind of personality you have.
An optical illusion can reveal whether or not you are judgmental, depending on what you see first
The photo features both a crow and a face, whichever you see first can reveal what kind of personality you have
The photo shows a black crow on top of a rock. Smaller stones are stacked on top of each other under the bird.
The small rocks form the shape of a man’s face. According to Mia, whatever object you see first can describe your true identity.
Take a good look and remember what you noticed first. Mia revealed that if you saw the crow first, you are very judgmental.
“If you first saw the crow, then you are a person who is very judgmental of others,” she explained.
And while you may not want to hear you jump to conclusions about others, Mia said it’s not necessarily a bad thing.
“You can’t help but formulate very heavy opinions, but to be honest you have very strong intuition, and often your assumptions and conjectures turn out to be correct,” she explained.
If you saw the face before the crow, then you are too critical of yourself.
Mia explains, “You use that as a defense mechanism because you’re so afraid of being rejected or hated by others that you unconsciously want to get ahead of them by being mean to yourself first.”
Viewers rushed to the comment section to express their shock at how accurate Mia was
The content creator advised those who saw the face to “stop allowing these self-sabotaging thoughts to stop you from being the person you want to become.”
Viewers rushed to the comment section to express their shock at how accurate Mia was.
“The crow is so accurate,” one person commented.
Another user said, “I saw the crow and honestly you’re right.”
Someone else wrote, “Damn, why is it so correct.”
“I saw the face and she’s perfect,” said one user.