Take the Japanese CUBE Test and gain some insights into your Subconscious Mind. Originally from the book Kokology by Tadahiko Nagao

Kokoro means “”the heart of things”” in Japanese. In the year 2000, a famed Japanese Psychologist named Tadahiko Nagao  and Isamu Saito (a professor at Rissho and Waseda Universities in Japan) gave the world the book titled “Kokology – The Game of Self-Discovery”. The book became and still is a Bestseller. Click on this Link to visit Amazon.com and the page featuring the book Kokology.


One of the sections in the book details the CUBE Test. The video below walks you thru the CUBE Test. Follow the video to take the test and gain some insights into your Subconscious Mind.

Video is courtesy of the BuzzMoy YouTube channel


The following are the questions (Submodalities) asked in the video:


Imagine that you are in a desert and you see a cube there.
Do you see it? How large is the cube? What is it made of? Where exactly is it in the desert? Is it buried under the sand or is it sitting on top? Is it floating in the air? Is it moving?


As you are observing the cube, you see a ladder also.
What material is the ladder made from? How tall is it? Where is it in relation to the cube?


Now, you picture a horse appearing in the desert.
How far is it from the cube? What is it doing? Which way is it moving? What does it look like? Is the horse tied up or roaming freely? Is it wearing a saddle?


Can you picture any flower in the desert?
Where are they situated compared to the cube? How many of them do you see in there?


And now the thunderstorm begins. Think of it’s details.
Is it big or small? Is it violent or calm? What’s the distance between the storm and the cube? Does the storm affect the horse, flowers, cube or ladder at all?

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