SPOILER ALERT (there, I've said it)
I was watching the 4th episode of Game of Thrones Season 7 last weekend and a scene struck me deeply. I tried to reconcile why and then it hit me. I remembered Melanie's lecture on the Storymind. This scene shows the concept of the 4 Throughlines.
It was the scene where Tyrion was on the hill looking down at the war. (OS/WAR GENERAL's POV). He could see Jaime in the skirmish.
We are looking from Jamies POV(MC POV). All we see is ash, and dead bodies and so on. Then we see the fallen dragon. Do we go ahead or stay away? (Steadfast vs Change). Jaime chose to charge in.
CUT TO: Danaerys/Drogons. (IC POV).
See's Jaime charging in and takes a stand. Breathes fire at him.
CUT TO: The Distance between them (RS PERSPECTIVE)
Jaime: We both know I can't kill the dragon, I'll end up dying anyway, but I'll kill you and be done with it.
Drogon: Me thinks not. GHARRRRHHH!!!
CUT TO: OS POV
Tyrion: Turn back you fool.
Melanie said some stuff about how we can't see Objectively. The closest we get is the RS.
Sorry about geeking out but it kinda hit me y'know. If anyone has any other visual illustration examples let's share them. Cheers guys.