Is the girl in the picture spinning clockwise or counterclockwise?
if you see her spinning clockwise, it means that your left half of the brain, the "logic/analytic" one, is generally (or currently) more active. If you see it counterclockwise, the right one - the emotional/image one..
There is a possibility to "switch" the view by your mind!!! try it it is for real!!
Live performance on Stage 5 by DeVotchKa of their song 'The Clockwise Witness'. Original airdate 10-09-08, Episode 11 of Season 2.
Always cool meeting new people and discovering awesome stories when making the show.. Carla Werner was telling me all about Andy and the buzz that's happening in LA for him... We met up at a party and filmed a quick chat :)
A Rare Audio Tribute to George Fenton. There is also other music mixed in from the film not by George, Enjoy!
4 Beaten Clockwise by Dot Comma Dash producer: Chris Loft for the Radio Curly Collective internet radio - Adelaide, sunny South Australia copyright 2006 radiocurly**** all rights reserved original, alternative music video tv99.curlyhost**** dance soul
Four Beaten Clockwise by Dot Comma Dash producer: Chris Loft for the Radio Curly Collective internet radio - Adelaide, sunny South Australia copyright 2006 radiocurly**** all rights reserved original, alternative music video acid jazz, dance, soul
If you can "think different" then you can see (another way). Right brain dominant people see her dancing in a different direction to left brain dominate people. What side of your brain do you use the most? Please share this video with as many people as you can...
Here’s to the crazy ones.
The round pegs in the square holes.
The ones who see things differently.
They’re not fond of rules.
And they have no respect for the status quo.
You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them.
About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them.
Because they change things.
They push the human race forward.
And while some may see them as the crazy ones,
We see genius.
Because the people who are crazy enough to think
they can change the world,
Are the ones who do.
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Twaf is done in Umrah : small visitation or in Hajj : Pilgrimage. This tawaf was videoed in Hajj 1428 and it's either farewell tawaf or on rushing tawaf .
This is so funny that it will boggle your mind. And you will keep
trying at least 50 more times to see if you can outsmart your foot,
1. While sitting at your desk, lift your right foot off the floor
make clockwise circles.
2. Now, while doing this, draw the number "6" in the air with your
Your foot will change direction.
I told you so .....And there's nothing you can do about it
Make sure you pass this on to your friends...they won't be able to
believe it either!!
TIBET - One of the tallest wheel (30m) found in China.
Make 3 complete spin in a clockwise direction, luck and prosperity be with you.
Two parades on the same street took place simultaneously in Vienna, one was a policeman’s march, the other a gay pride march. One’s mind boggled at how this could have happened, but the administration’s solution was for the gays to march clockwise, and the police officers anticlockwise! The police officers had their brass bands, motorbikes and even patrol boats on carriages, and of course looked very macho in their militaristic, leather uniforms, or did I get confused with the leather queens? The marchers on the gay pride march consisted of the usual drag queens, muscle marys, and men and women with various bits of their anatomy on display. Despite the antithesis, the similarities were quite striking in that both groups of marchers were demonstrating pride in themselves and were, dare I say it, having fun. (Joe Henderson-Tang, BBC)