The Living Force
monotonic,When the intellectual and unsymbolized centers harmonize, they share the same experience as one. Both of them yearn to dissolve the border that separates them. For the task set before them is not a different task given to each, but the same task given to the one machine they are a part of.
The unsymbolized center may approach the intellect with music to attempt working together. The intellectual center may approach the unsymbolized center with word. If the music includes word, or the drawing includes abstract elements, they approach at the same time. When both centers have material to give, there is the possibility of together as one. Hence the experience of pure art is secondary to the experience of art and word together. At the same time, if the centers come to each other with material that is incompatible, the experience is unpleasant and triggers a need to resolve the conflict internally or externally.
I like the way you tried to see a connection between the two types of thinking and it might be a good way to look at balancing them.
For OPs I think they might be closer to 2D thinkers which doesn't mean they don't think but just not at a very high level.
It made me think of the Cs idea of our verbal communication:
Session 7 November 1994:
I know we are not quite at this level yet but maybe it is worth "thinking" about it.Q: (L) Is there some way to communicate with whales or dolphins and can one find a way to translate the differences and have a reasonable, intelligent exchange with a whale or a dolphin or even an elephant?
A: You don't need conversation "with" when a higher telepathic level.
Q: (L) Dolphins and whales communicate telepathically?
A: Yes. So do dogs and cats and snakes etc. etc. only humans have learned the "superior" art of verbal communication.
Q: (L) But, at the same time, verbal communication can be quite limiting, is that correct?
A: That is the point.
Q: (L) So, you were being sarcastic with me, weren't you?
Q: (L) Do whales form long-lasting bonds and feel love?
Q: (L) Do dogs feel love?
A: Dogs feel need as love.