The brain has two halves in the same way that there is both night and day, male and female, positive and negative etc.. Both parts are needed to form
the trinity, the third component, like the "holy spirit", the colour grey, a solar eclipse etc.. Just by having two "opposites" or potentials, you
give rise to the third form.
As to why we have two halves, and not one, is to do with the way we develop, and the way all of reality develops, through sacred geometry.
The left half of the brain controls the right side of the body, and vica versa. The left side of the brain is the male component, and the right is the
female. The male side is the logical, and sees everything absolutely logically, whilst the female side is more concerned with experiencing something
than understanding it.
There is also a subdivision of the two halves also, meaning that one half has both the experiential component (female) and the logical component
So, the left side is the male half; Its front subdivision is the "geometrical logical" portion, and the back is the "male experiential".
On the right side is the female half; Its front subdivision is the "female experiential" portion, and teh back is the "geometrical logical"
So basically there are 4 portions, not just two halves..
But even more importantly is the connection between all of these, aswell as the third eye, which resides right in the centre of the brain, the so
called "seat of the soul". When someone becomes "enlightened", they can utilise both sides of the brain without bias, and the third eye becomes
fully active, uniting the entire brain into one.
The final point that needs to be made is that the brain is holographic. Every point contains the whole.. just like the entire universe aswell
series of experiments done on salamanders, where they removed the brain, switched it around, cut bits out, and did all kinds of tweaking, resulted in
no difference to the creatures ability to remember and proceed with its every day tasks..
This is because the information it has learnt is holographic, and can be retrieved from any portion of the brain. The brain is not concerned with
memory in truth, but the "acting", the conscious participation in reality. Memory is something far more interesting.. and the word itself aswell
(water-light, liquid light), and its connection to DNA also.