The Body Part You Wash First Could Reveal Your True Personality
What is it about warm water cascading over our tired and aching muscles that allow us to rejuvenate ourselves both physically and mentally? Ahh, the shower. I think we would all opt for a few more minutes in there every day if we could. I do some of my best thinking in the shower, how bout you? But despite all of my thinking while watching my thinning hair flow down the drain, I never considered this.
How we shower and the body part that we choose to wash first is apparently a major "tell" about who we really are. Somewhere deep in our subconscious minds we "decide" which body part is our priority and the reason why we make that choice has a lot to do with our personal relationship with ourselves.
I know in the world of anatomy all of our body parts are considered to be necessary. Wait, we found a few that aren't. We know we need legs for walking, arms for talking (if you're from Louisiana), feet for standing, and butts for sitting and if I were to ask you right now to rank the importance of those outward-facing parts you might have a lot of trouble coming up with an answer.
However, when we turn our conscious brains off and let our true inner spirit guide us the importance of each part is revealed when we step into the shower. I know it sounds like six boxcars of horse puckey but the more you read, the more you'll realize there is a reason why you stick the soap or the washrag right there first.
One other issue that must be addressed before we get undressed is this. If you are a mother of small children then none of this applies to you. You only have a few precious minutes of alone time in the shower and God loves you for taking those few minutes for yourself. Every mom can relate to this video, I promise you that.
I was inspired to create this article by the writings of Lifestyle Expert Anu Mukherjee, her findings were reported by The Sun online and I think the findings hold a lot of water if you'll pardon the pun.
10 Examples of How Your True Personality is Revealed by Which Body Part You Wash First in the Shower