Early morning everybody gets ready to go to work. It begins with bathing for most people. But it will not be the same. We might not have noticed it, but there is a routine, we used to start to wash a certain body part first. Subconsciously the decision is made by our body and it tells a lot about our personality.
Positively we put together observations on the body part we wash the first while and related them to the function of our minds.
1. If you wash your face first.
If you start to wash your face first, you are basically used to know all the 5 senses – smell, sight, taste, touch, and hearing. This means you are very concerned about how you act in a particular place in front of other people and you take utmost care about your certain body part where people noticed in you first when people see you – the face.
You are always concerned about how other people think of you and sometimes you are stressed and frustrated and might feel embarrassed in front of other people. It is very hard for these people to hear bad things about them from others.
2. If you wash your arms or legs first.
If you fall into the category who pay attention to wash your feet first, then you can be a humble and down to earth person. But there is also another side of it. Washing arms and legs first symbolizes strength and willpower. Therefore washing these parts first show your fearlessness of expressing your choices, either you hate something or love it.
If you tend to wash your armpits first it indicates that you are a popular person in the community and you are a reliable and trustworthy person. You are also a person who is not afraid to do any hard work.
3. If you wash you, privates, first.
You might be a very shy person if you wash your private part first. You might be falling into an introvert category or a person with low self-esteem. You will not be much heard in society but the people who stay close to you will say that you are the most genuine person on earth. You try to gain attention in society but often gives up, but you can make people who are close to you feel comfortable in your company.
4. If you wash your chest first.
If you tend to scrub your chest first when bathing, you might be a person who is confident and comfortable in your own decisions. You are a practical and very straightforward person. You are a very committed person and hardly get confused when something troubles you. You are an independent person and people will appreciate you for this.
5. If you wash your hair first.
You will be a person who will give your first attention to discipline and order if you intend to wash your head of hair first. You are considered for being a person with a firm opinion about everything and you strongly believe in being practical. You are a punctual person and you manage your time very well. You always put brains first before wealth when you choose your friends.
6. If you wash your shoulders and neck first.
If you wash your neck and shoulder first when bathing you will be a hardworking person. You always want to get rid of the burden which you are in and acquire everything you desire with perfection. You are a positive person and a person who will not give up easily when achieving something. Also, you expect the same from others.
7. If you wash your back first.
Washing your back first when bathing indicates a lot about your reserved nature. You are a very cautious person and do not trust people very easily. Your back reflects your consciousness. In your back, there is the spine and nervous system which plays a big role in the functioning of your brain. You go through into a certain situation very deeply and take decisions very carefully. You will not be sad for being a loner though you will enjoy that time to the fullest.
Please note the above test is only for fun purposes and it cannot be considered as a professional opinion. And also not intended to describe any particular person.
Which body part do you wash first? Do you agree to the test results described above? Give your feedback and comments with your life experience in the comment section below.
I am a Business Management graduate from the University Of Staffordshire (UK) and a qualified personnel officer who completed the National Diploma of Training and Human Resource development at Institute of Personnel Management (Sri-Lanka).
Apart from my professional career in the field of HRM, I am also a freelance writer of web and business contents.