Look at the lady in the picture below. Is she spinning clockwise or anti-clockwise?

We use both sides of our brains to understand what we see, feel and smell. In this example your brain will either tell you that she is spinning clockwise or anti-clockwise. If you use your right brain then she would spin clockwise and if you use your left brain you’ll see her spin anti-clockwise, this is what most people see but I saw her spin clockwise initially.

Can you change the direction she spins? The answer is yes. Concentrate and you might pull it off, I did 🙂

So what does this all mean? Read on to find out but not till you have done the above.

Source : news.com.au

uses logic || uses feeling
detail oriented || “big picture” oriented
facts rule || imagination rules
words and language || symbols and images
present and past || present and future
maths and science || philosophy & religion
can comprehend || can “get it” (i.e. meaning)
knowing || believes
acknowledges || appreciates
order/pattern perception || spatial perception
knows object name || knows object function
reality based || fantasy based
forms strategies presents possibilities
practical impetuous
safe risk taking