These different doodles that we unconsciously draw while talking to someone on the phone or during a meeting can reveal a bit about our personality and the reasons behind our actions.
When we doodle, our pen is guided by our subconscious mind, which guards our thoughts and secrets and takes control of our behavior. We want to talk about the true meaning of the patterns that we unconsciously scribble on a daily basis.
Figures Of People
If you doodle little people, you are probably feeling insecure and powerless or trying to avoid some of your responsibilities.
Drawing simple stick figures indicates that you are emotionally unstable and feel the need to isolate yourself from other people.
The Doodles of the eyes represent the inner self of the person who draws them. Large eyes show an outgoing personality, staring eyes symbolize the feeling of being watched, and closed eyes can indicate a refusal to look into yourself.
Signature doodlers are self-centered and arrogant. Doodling your signature frequently, without thinking, during a conversation or when trying to solve a problem, reveals a self-centered personality.
The type of animal you doodling says a lot about your current emotions and personality. A tiger or a wolf reveals a hidden unspoken anger; if you are a fox, you probably want to do something sneaky; drawing a squirrel shows that you need care and protection; Lions are generally attracted to those who feel superior and better than other people.
If you doodle the same animal over and over again, it means that you are unconsciously comparing yourself to it and trying to imitate its character.
Squares, Diamonds And Other Geometric Figures
You have clearly defined goals and beliefs and rarely keep your opinions to yourself. You are stubborn and insistent. Usually, You’re too cautious and careful; We suggest that you reconsider your attitude in this regard.
Arrows symbolize a vector, your direction in life. If the arrow points up – you are a person who looks at people, if it points down – you are focused on yourself; an arrow to the left means you are stuck in the past, and if you point to the right, you look to the future.