Life is “anti-entropic” signal organization.
FIML practice is “anti-entropic” (signal) information (re)organization between two people.
If two people converse and never do FIML, their conversation will be entropic (become less organized). Psychologically, this means there will be less understanding.
If two people do FIML, their conversation will (re)organize information shared between them. In this sense it is “anti-entropic.” Psychologically, this means there will be more understanding.
The above applies to those aspects of the conversation that can be accessed by FIML practice. Other aspects of the conversation will require other “anti-entropic” strategies, which generally relate more to non-psychological information.
For example, two people talking about a place they have both visited might share information about the place that has little or no psychological import on one level but may have considerable import on others.
Over time, FIML partners will engage in many conversations. If FIML practice is done regularly, psychological entropy (confusion, alienation, hurt feelings, etc.) will be greatly reduced.
(See this for more on the subject of information and entropy.)