So this was originally a journal to keep my family updated on a cross country motorcycle trip. I've now decided that I want to keep it up to journal a more abstract "road" of life...
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It was definitely a counter-clockwise movement for me. I must say that I was able to concentrate enough to make her appear to rotate clockwise - very strange.
Well I'm not being fooled. That lady sometimes is moving clockwise and sometimes is moving counter-clockwise...had nothing to do with which side of my brain I was using! Had to do with the person that programed her that way. Ugh!
I wish that were the case - it'd be much easier to explain. Unfortunately, I had multiple people in my office today staring at my monitor at the same time who saw it 'differently.' For the record, I saw it clock-wise and am, so far, unable to see it any other way.
I must admit the first time I looked at it I could only see her turning clockwise...that is a girl right? LOL But this morning I looked at it and my very first image was her going counter clockwise, but as soon as a I realized this was the case she started turning clockwise. If you concentrate on her foot over the shadow...the one that stays grounded you can change your perspective to make her go both ways.
Now that I have looked at it again, I too can concentrate on her moving, and I can actually make her move clockwise or counter-clockwise, whichever I choose her to go...very interesting! Does this mean I use both sides of my brain at all times and at will can choose the left or right??? Ha!