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    initially I could only see clockwise, but after I looked at her feet for a second, I looked up and she was moving counterclockwise. When i first look, i see clockwise, but if I concentrate really hard on her feet, I see counterclockwise

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaveri View Post
    I found this on another forum.

    Look at the following woman before you proceed to the questions:

    http://www.guitarmania.org/z40/data/gowoon31/123241.gif

    Do you see her turning clockwise or counterclockwise?
    Can you see both directions?

    If you see her turning clockwise, your right brain dominates.
    If you see her turning counterclockwise, your left brain dominates.
    If you can see her turning both ways, you are likely to have a high IQ.

    Let's see how different types of people respond to this test.

    I saw her turning clockwise and I could see the other direction when I really tried to see it, but not immediately.
    I disagree.

    If you see her turning counter clockwise, you right brain dominates.

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    I initially perceived her turning clockwise.

    After a minute, I perceived the reversed direction, much to a pleasureable sensation and feeling, but also sharp and unexpected. Trippy indeed.

    I could reverse my perception by focusing on her hipbone.


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    Default Tiny right or left brained test

    The Right Brain vs Left Brain test | PerthNow

    Peculiar test. It seems I am right brained, I have been kind of uncertain. Once upon a time I even saw myself as quite clearly left-brained. I have just seen it move counter-clockwise in a few glimpses, otherwise it moves clockwise.

    Anyhow, does it work? Are the results accurate for you guys?

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    Correct for me. Saw it going clockwise first, right brain. I have the understanding that I have balanced brain domination (HBDI & other tests) with a slight dominance on the right side.

    Btw, I expected a test to reveal a tiny right or left brain side:P

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    That gave me a headache. I thought the rotating woman was an ad, but I remember it turning clockwise. Then I read the instructions and looked to see... and it was going counter clockwise. I focused on the moving foot for a second, and then all of a sudden, it was going clockwise again.

    I can switch back and forth... and walking away and coming back seems to trigger either view, depending on where the outer foot is at that moment.

    Strange feeling that.

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    Someone's posted a link to this already, I believe.

    EDIT: Yep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splittet View Post
    The Right Brain vs Left Brain test | PerthNow

    Peculiar test. It seems I am right brained, I have been kind of uncertain. Once upon a time I even saw myself as quite clearly left-brained. I have just seen it move counter-clockwise in a few glimpses, otherwise it moves clockwise.

    Anyhow, does it work? Are the results accurate for you guys?
    Cool!
    I saw her turning counter-clockwise, so they say I am left-brained.

    I tried for a minute, but I could not get my mind to see her turning clockwise.

    I'm not sure I agree with their results though:


    These items sound S & T:
    LEFT BRAIN FUNCTIONS
    uses logic
    detail oriented
    facts rule
    words and language
    present and past
    math and science
    can comprehend
    knowing
    acknowledges
    order/pattern perception
    knows object name
    reality based
    forms strategies
    practical
    safe

    These items seem F & N

    RIGHT BRAIN FUNCTIONS
    uses feeling
    "big picture" oriented
    imagination rules
    symbols and images
    present and future
    philosophy & religion
    can "get it" (i.e. meaning)
    believes
    appreciates
    spatial perception
    knows object function
    fantasy based
    presents possibilities
    impetuous
    risk taking

    I am definitely N.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toonia View Post
    That is so awesomely trippy! Cool beyond words. My initial response was to see her turning clockwise, then i looked at the shadow of her feet and she switched direction when i looked back at her. Then if i focus on the foot shadow on the floor i play a mind game in which she alternates. What an awesomely beautiful dance. w00t! w00t! w00t! w00t!

    /goes back to do it again and practice getting her to alternate on command

    cool cool cool - i came up with a technique! Tilt your head to the right and she goes clockwise, shut your eyes and tilt left, then she goes counter, rinse and repeat. One more help. Focus on the tip of her leading foot to control the direction of her rotation. Squinting helps to if your brain gets stuck in one mode or the other. It's based on your assumption as to when her leg crosses in front and behind. Alternating that assumption is what alternates her rotation. Some reason squinting helps throw off the given assumption on that.

    That's an interesting statement. I would never have asked that question. She is really going both directions at once. Maybe that is letting go of logic and embracing the truth of the absurd?
    Thank you!
    Yay! I finally got it!
    I finally concentrated on the middle of her back for 30 seconds then I looked down at her foot -
    tilting my head sideways to the left -
    and she started going clockwise.
    Apparently, I can change her direction by focusing on her flat foot, and leaning way over to one side.

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    I did it 3 times to be sure. She starts CCW and then goes CW for me.
    I viewed this the other week and at that time it took much longer to change. I was trying to hard!

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