I counterclockwise walked along the field track the first time last night. It made me see the people oncomingly and the scenery in total different angle.
It easily made one mistakenly thought he/she stood head and shouders above all others or even disdained.
I do walk counterclockwise, but it was just an idea inspired by other people walking like that before. Actually I felt a little weird and upset about their “difference” when I saw them the first time. They seemly made most clockwise walker(include me) unconvenient more or less.
But I was told that walking counterclockwise sometimes can balance body structures and reactions, it’s good for exercisers. You have to be accuscomed in both movement directions.
When I took the suggestion and gave a try last night, I found the most difficult part, but most interesting too, is not about the body but the mind. You have to enjoy the difference.
You are alone, but you are not so lonely. You made oncoming people a little embarrased but remain polite to them. That is you, a counterclockwise walker.