Growing up, I always did specific tasks with a specific hand. For example, writing/drawing and using scissors has to be on my left hand. While throwing a ball and swinging a hammer is reserved just for my right hand. When i started to dabble with kendama in 2011, i assumed this was a left hand thing cause its technical. Never really progressed much so i put it down until a couple years ago. Been making considerable progress, considering i couldn't spike then, and im barely getting comfortable with KWC 2014 lvl 4 tricks. Yesterday i was curious what eye was my dominant eye, so i looked up how to tell. Counting the rotations with my left eye is blurry and hard. So i strung a dama for right hand and started zooming passed things i couldn't do with my left.... I did a similar thing with chopsticks when i was 10. And now i can use both simultaneously. For me, I think some tasks just ended up on the wrong side for some time. Are any of you ambidextrous/mixed-handed? Or is anyone's eye opposite to their play hand stronger? Does any of this hinder, or heighten your ability to play? SORRY for the long post I'd love to hear your thoughts.