Originally Posted by Kayty
I've been starting at it for 10 minutes, clicking out, looking back etc. Covered the shadow, covered her head, tried thinking about her legs differently. Nope, just can't fathom how she could turn the other way :S
I first got her to turn after about 15 minutes and I screamed out of joy! Then I lost it again.. haven't been able to do it since.
But what was really mind blowning was the words used to describe the kind of thinker below the image. They were so bang on!
Ahem, sorry about putting your thread off topic a little. But I posted this test for a reason. You need to have balance. You need to engage both parts of your brain and be able to switch between them easily. It helps SO much with tackling new things, or fixing old ones.. or riding in general.
I am a very "feel" person.. you can tell me you gotta do this and this and this. But I can't do it until I feel what it feels to be correct. Then it sticks with me and I can tell if I'm where I should be. Lately I've been doing a lot of left brain explaining to friends, on the forum, and for myself. And it's making me understand things so much better. I mean I even learned something new about trotting and something new about the mechanics of a rope to a horse.