What is your soul element? Are you the master of fire, the controller of water, the bender of air, or the assembler of earth? Take this test to know!

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  1. “Water
    You can be as mysterious as the ocean itself. You are intuitive, emotional and ultra-sensitive. Moreover, you often have intense dreams and borderline-psychic intuition. You always depend on your gut feeling, and you have a hard time explaining your decisions logically. Security is important to you—after all, water needs a container, or it dries up and disappears. Your love is fluid. You’re flexible in your relationships. The more you are in touch of your emotions, the more you are able to adapt to your partner. ”

    Very true… for the most part. ^-^’

  2. Fire
    You tend to be passionate, dynamic, and temperamental, just like fire itself. Fire can either keep you warm, or it can do great destruction. While fire burns out quickly without fuel to keep it going, it can also regenerate its power from the ashes. A single spark can set off a forest fire. As a result, it is helpful to keep in mind that, you need to be nurtured and managed carefully. In relationships, they tend to be impulsive and passionate.

    Well darn, just maybe 🙂

  3. Air
    You are all about action, ideas, and motion—you are the “winds of change.” When a strong gust hits you, you can’t help but move. People who don’t really know you may misjudge you as an “airhead”, while in reality you are as powerful as a gravity-defying G-force. You bring everyone a breath of fresh air when things start to get stale. Like the breeze, you can’t quite catch them, and you never know where they’ll drop you once they sweep you up. That’s why people think you are very adventurous, yet unpredictable. In relationships, you tend to change your mind very quickly, and it is hard for you to make decisions.

    Pretty spot on

  4. Water, exactly me! Great quiz, I loved taking it. I am totally all those things! Mostly… except for the relationship stuff, I’m to young for that. But everything else is on point! ??

  5. Where is my result?! Wtf.
    I’m just gonna say fire because you can’t be bothered to say anything and I would fire suits me.

  6. I usually(heavily) consider myself an earth person but the description of water suits my feels right now 😍

  7. It’s almost the same as astrology. I’m a cancerian so it makes sense that my element would be water lol…

  8. i love this

    You often keep it real. You are the “grounded” people on the planet, the one who bring us down to earth and remind us to start with a solid foundation. Slow and steady, you are a loyal person, and stick by the ones you care about the most through their hard times. On good days, you’re practical, you don’t break promises and you don’t give up easily. At worst, you can be materialistic or too focused on the surface of things to dig into the depths and a little stubborn at times. In relationships, you’re grounded in love, stable and faithful.

  9. Water. But I’ve always been Earth sign before this so you must be wrong because these signs can’t change. Can they?

  10. I had to redo it to get my result. It came up earth. Eh, honestly, I’m pretty hard to pin down like that with only 8 questions. I tend to demonstrate traits from all 4 elements.

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Kelly studies Bachelor of Digital Media at RMIT, Melbourne, Australia. She's a graphic designer, webmanager, social media manager and writer for Psych2Go. She also has great passion for doodling, reading and web design.

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