If a person looks down and to their right they are looking in an area that will stimulate their brain to access Kinesthetic or feeling information related to items they constructed. This is also where people hold their most painful feelings. In fact if you try and read while holding book in this area you may be distracted by the painful feelings your brain is being bombarded with and make it difficult to concentrate on the words (Solution: Try lying down and reading and it should be easier because your painful emotions are not being stimulated by where the position of where the book is.). If a person looks down and to their left they are accessing feelings from their past. Many times you can't actually see people's eyes when they access feeling information and only have the direction of their pupils from under their eyelids to identify what's going on. Check these pictures closely and then try and put yourself in these poses to experience the feelings presented.
It is thought that 5% of people in North America are dominantly kinesthetic in the way that they learn and process information. This doesn't mean they aren't capable of using their other senses. They just have a preference. And, even though they dominantly use visual ways of processing it doesn't mean that they don't go through other senses to complete their information processing. Generally, we use many more of our senses to process information. So 15% of North Americans (maybe) mostly start kinesthetic and then use some other sense and and then another sense and on and on - This accounts for our very different and unique learning and information processing styles and explains why so many people these days are diagnosed with learning disabilities who aren't really learning disabled.