Optical illusion is ‘scary’ as it is incredibly accurate at discovering your greatest fear

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Depending on what you see first, this psychological picture promises to tell if you are more frightened of stepping out of your comfort zone or being rejected.

This seasonal brainteaser was first shared in a video by Mia Yilin, an optical illusion specialist who has grown in popularity online due to her ability to accurately predict a person’s life and personality.

On social media, one person in Mia’s comment section wrote: “It’s scary how truthful and accurate she can be sometimes” while another person commented: “It always amazes me how [Mia] can read me like a book.”


If you first see a white rabbit, then you can struggle to step out of your comfort zone. You wish to do more with your life and are worried about wasting opportunities or time.

However, you struggle with leaving things to chance and sometimes feel you have too much going on in your life to take or break or do new things in your schedule. You may benefit from trying to do something small and new once a week, and then trying to build up to bigger experiences from there.

Mia explained: “You find comfort in routine and change can make you feel uneasy. However, you also have a desire for new experiences and adventure which can lead to a conflicted dynamic within yourself.”


If you are someone who first saw a black eagle when you are scared of opening up to someone. Deep down you are a hopeless romantic who wants to settle down with a partner but can be weary of being vulnerable with a person and do not feel confident about trusting someone.

However, if you are able to take a risk and confide in someone, then you can find yourself getting the relationship you want in life, as well as not feeling as burdened by your own worries.

Mia said: “You tend to be cautious when it comes to relationships, taking time to build deep connections with others. But once someone earns your trust, you are fiercely loyal and will go to great lengths to support and protect them.”