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    Default The cube report and some interpretations

    I love using the cube on girls cause it actually works. I know that there are a lot of different interpretations and results people get with the cube, but I was able to work out a pretty good system in my experience and I hope it helps some of you.

    Imagine an enclosed room. Make it as large or as small as you want. (I didnt get a whole lot of positive response when I used the desert scene so I changed some of the questions till I found out what worked).

    In that room imagine a cube. How close is it to you? How big is it? What color is it? Is it on the ground or levitating? Is it stationary or is it moving? What direction is it moving in?

    Now imagine a ladder. How close is it to the cube? how tall is it? (I didnt really get a good response from girls on the make of the ladder so I dont ask anymore)

    Now imagine a horse. Where is it in relation to the cube and the ladder? What direction is it facing? Name 3 characteristics about the horse.

    Imagine some flowers. How many are there? where are they in relation to the cube? The Horse? The Ladder?

    There is a storm. Where is it in relation to the cube? Is it calm or violent? Is it stationary or is it moving? What direction is it moving in?

    Each object reflects a different aspect of personality such as
    The cube: Sense of self/ego
    The ladder: Aspirations/ Ambitions
    Horse: Ideal Lover
    Flowers: Children/Friends/Family/anything she nurtures
    Storm Troubles

    But I found that sometimes girls respond that there are a lot of flowers (like 500) and found that the number dictates the context. If there are only two or three flowers, they can represent children she wants to have or family members. If she responds that there are 20 or 30 flowers, it could be the family and close friends she has. I find that anytime a girl says there are over 50 flowers, they also represent things she nurtures and cares for (pets, skills, activities etc).

    Here are the interpretations of each item that I have had success with:

    The cube:
    Size
    Large - she thinks very highly of herself (not necessarily does she have an inflated ego, but she thinks she's important in the world).
    Medium - what you would call a "healthy" or average ego where there are no issues about insecurity or megalomania.
    Small - Very rarely does she feel insecure. Most of the time girls who say their cubes are small are just nurturing by nature and worry about others more than they worry about themselves.

    Location
    Close: The girl has a good sense of who she is as a person.
    Far away: she may not be as in touch with herself as she wishes she could be.
    Stationary: She has a fixated sense of self and show a lot of congruence.
    Moving towards her: She has an ideal self that she is getting close to and wants to be.
    Moving away from her: she feels more and more disconnected about who she is and its possible there is incongruence between her ego and her actions.

    Position
    Levatating: A very imaginative individual that is prone to daydreaming and may not always be realistic.
    On the ground: A practical individual who recognizes and acknowledges her skills as well as her shortcomings, grounded and down to earth.

    Color (The color is applicable to the horse as well as the cube)
    Black: the color of authority, elegance, sophistication. It can also mean the dark side of the personality.
    White: innocence, non-judgemental personality, objectivity, lack of strong opinions.
    Red: dominance, power, love and sexual energy. If her cube is red it also can mean that you are an attention seeker.
    Yellow: the girl loves attention and would do almost anything to get the attention. This color also represents playfulness, optimism and energy.
    Green: compassion, prosperity, money, and vitality.
    Blue: knowledge, loyalty and calmness.
    Purple: luxury, wealth, and sophistication.
    Brown: stability and sensuality

    The Ladder:
    Position
    Close to the cube: She values her aspirations and goals and it is an important part of her life.
    Medium distance: Her aspirations are important to her but in relation to the other objects (like if the horse is in between the ladder and the cube) it may not take precedence in her life.
    Far away: She has goals and aspirations but they are not that important to her.

    Height
    Tall: Lots of aspirations. Alot of time girls who have high ladders also have levitating cubes. They arent really realistic with their goals.
    Medium: Average ambition and goals she wants to achieve. Most of the time she also has a cube thats on the ground.
    Small: Not a lot of goals. At this point when Im telling her about her responses I like to make a joke about how shes going to be a great trophy wife or stay at home mom.

    Horse
    Colors: Similar to the cube. Most girls respond that it is a brown horse which is interesting because when men take the cube test, their cubes are brown colored.

    Position
    Close to the cube: She wants a man who she can be close with.
    Far away from the cube: She wants a mystery man. Not all girls want a guy who tells them everything about their lives. A little mystery can go a long way with building attraction.
    In between the cube and the ladder: She wants a man that is more important than her career (which she'll probably abandon when she has kids), but more importantly, she wants a man who will provide for her.
    Beyond the ladder: She wants a man who wont get in the way of her goals.
    Next to the Ladder: She wants a man who will help support her goals.

    Direction:
    Facing the cube: She wants a man who only thinks of her.
    Facing the ladder: She wants a man who respects her goals and ambitions and will support her.
    Facing away from the cube: Doesnt always mean she want a guy who will treat her like sh1t. The best interpretation that I could come up with is that she wants a guy who wont court her. She doesnt care about getting gifts or taken out for an expensive dinner. For these girls, its the meaning, not the action they care about.

    Characteristics:
    Most of the time I am told that its a large well built horse, long mane, etc etc. In regards to the mane and characteristics of the horse I like to relate it to Peacock theory but in the evolutionary sense. Girls want a man who is the most adapted to protect and provide for her. In nature this shown by healthy looking fur, hair, etc. because it shows that they dont have health problems like nutrient deficiency. Those who are able to look healthy cause they provide for themselves are more likely to be able to provide for a spouse. Evolutionary attraction gents.

    Flowers:
    Number
    Small: Family or children they want to have.
    Medium: Family and friends.
    Large: Family, friends, and pretty much everything else they invest in and nurture.

    Location
    Close to the cube: She feels like the flowers are there to support her.
    On the cube: A burden she needs to bear. Either positive or negative. A lot of times girls whose flowers are on the cube are compassionate and are very supportive of family and friends.
    Close to the horse: She wants a man who will protect her friends, family, investment, etc.
    Close to the ladder: She want to be able to provide for those close to her but not have it conflict with her goals.

    The storm
    Location
    Close to the cube: Shes having trouble with her life.
    Far away from the cube: There are troubles but not at the present.
    Close to the flowers: She has problems with her friends, family, etc.
    Close to the horse: She has problems with a boyfriend or ex.
    Close to the ladder: Shes having problems with achieving her goals.

    Intensity
    Calm: Not many problems.
    Violent: A lot of problems.

    Direction
    Moving towards the cube: She feels that there will be problems soon in her life.
    Moving away from the cube: Shes been through a tough time but the storm is passing over.
    A lot is the same interpretation of the ladder, horse, flowers etc etc.


    I dont usually like to run the cube until after there is some rapport building. It also helps to find out how many people are in her family, close group of friends, etc to better interpret the flowers bit. Its also a lot of fun to do over texts when you have some free time. It breaks the pua rule of keeping texts short but girls are so invested that they dont care. If I try the cube over text, I like to leave a cliff hanger at the end to build interest. After I ask about the storm I'll text her:

    Me: Its a little psychology game I read about the other day where each response reflects a different aspect of your personality.
    Her: Oh cool
    Me: Alright well thanks for humoring me dork butt (thank you texting conversation bible, its a great nickname that I love to use with girls)
    Her: WAIT!! What does it say about my personality?!?

    Its a great way to have an excuse to meet up with her such as "Oh i'll tell you, but you may have to buy me coffee, lunch, dinner, etc" If you meet up with her be prepared to be asked what you responded and what it means about you. Its an easy way to get her interested in your life and your personality. Obviously dont tell her what everything means, cause the mystery of your personality builds attraction.

    Also she may ask about it (ive been asked in the past)and I'd suggest doing a little research on kokology (the study of the mind or spirit). Telling her about it can show dhv cause it reflects that youre a cultured and intellectual person.

    Love the cube would recommend it to everyone as a cool game to build attraction and if you use it, I hope it works for you as well as it has worked for me

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    Default Re: The cube report and some interpretations

    Also forgot to add that in the second to last paragraph the "it" I refer to is the cube game. Annie Gottlieb developed it through the study of kokology which is based in freudian psychoanalysis

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    Default Re: The cube report and some interpretations

    Great interpretation. I made the cube test to a coworker and she invited me to dinner at her place tomorrow to hear the interpretation of the test (I will memorize your threat) thx and wish me luck!


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