The brain is nothing short of fascinating, and throughout the course of any given day, we engage most of it - not just 10 percent of it. But the mind also has subtle and clever ways of revealing aspects of your personality that may not immediately be apparent. For instance, each one of these optical illusions says something distinctive about the viewer's personality, depending on what a person sees when they look at it.
So, how does this all work? It starts with the eye. How the eye processes visual information determines what the mind interprets when it looks at an image. As far as the psychology of the image, that's a little more open to interpretation - much like your Myers-Briggs type - but optical illusions have long fascinated the world. Whether they're presented as a kid's puzzle or a source of serious scientific study, optical illusions tell us a lot about how we think, who we are, our strengths and weaknesses, and how we experience the world.