Quoting: Issius Ulmonus Quoting: Chaol
Hey Chaol where does the philosophers stone(red/white) fit into all of this? Sounds like it will be a contributor the great change in my opinion. Quoting: Issius Ulmonus
What is that?
No use explaining here, no one here seems familiar with alchemy. ha ha
Sometimes we ask questions because defining it for yourself will help you to obviate the answer.
Another question, If the left hemisphere of the brain brings the chaos into order through singular perspective, and the right transforming order into chaos through infinite possibility by inter-action. What is the result when the two are in sync? Quoting: Chaol
The Chaol response would be that the left and right do not have pre-assigned roles.
The hemispheres of the brain are more like tints in perspective much the same way that leaves on a tree usually have a top and bottom. The leaves are not fulfilling a role or doing their pre-assigned duty but it's the most efficient way for you to perceive that particular value.
(The more efficient it is the more absolute it seems, I think.)
A singular perspective is never achieved. You could say that what seems to be a singular perspective is comprised of a variety of individual perspectives working together.
Both the right and the left perform the same functions but only one "waiter" delivers your meal, so to speak. It is usually the one that took your order in the beginning, because the taking and delivery are two ways to perceive the same thing.
The two hemispheres of the brain only seem to have separate functionality from the perspective that experiences the separation, the same way that "top" is always on top to you even though (in the big scheme of things, in space for example) top is irrelevant.
So basically both sides do the same job. They are one and the same. But when the left performs a function that you think the right should perform it is perceived in a different way because you have chosen to divide that particular value (physical mind) into easier-to-experience parts.