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This optical illusion reveals whether you are happy in life or questioning your relationship

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What you see depends on how satisfied you are with your life.

So what do you see when you look at this optical illusion?

The clever image was shared by the Bright Side Channel on TikTok, with a voiceover explaining that some people see an apple seed while others see two people’s profiles.

“If it’s an apple to you, you take things for what they are and you’re pretty happy with what you have in life,” they said.

“You know that you can always count on your close people and they will support you no matter what.

“You’re always in a good mood and pass it on.”

But if you saw the profiles first, then relationships are your number one priority.

“You may be going through a period of uncertainty with someone special to you,” they continued.

“Remember, the best thing you can do is discuss it together and not hold it all in your heart.

“It will surely get better.”

People in the video’s comments section were largely divided on what they saw first, with some insisting they spotted the apple eaten, while the profiles popped out for others.

The illusion is a version of the famous Ruby Vase illusion developed by Danish psychologist Edgar Rubin around 1915.

In his illusion, the center image is more of a vase than an apple seed, while there are two profiles on each side.

This article originally appeared on The sun and is reproduced here with permission.

https://nypost.com/2022/04/05/this-optical-illusion-will-reveal-if-youre-happy-in-life-or-if-youre-questioning-your-relationship/ This optical illusion reveals whether you are happy in life or questioning your relationship

DUSTIN JONES

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