The human mind can only comprehend three categories to put information in
The Triune Brain : The Struggle Within
The human being happens to be in a constant state of warfare, doesn't realize this, and is thus constantly 'confused' and has therefore no idea how to establish, and be at, peace.
The ever ongoing battle; between the old mind set and the new;
between clinging on to the old and reaching towards the new;
between the archipallium and the neopallium, with the paleopallium
caught in between: the triune brain; our best friend, our worst foe.
The Reptilian Brain (the anti-christ within) , also known as the archipallium; r-complex for short, evolved first. This corresponds roughly to the idea of an id, or child.
From the reptilian brain we get our instinct to survive, fight, flee, gain territory and reproduce. From the reptilian brain come our most basic emotions. The dragon within is very much alive and well, and necessary. Humans wouldn't be human and alive without the reptilian brain.
The Mammal Brain (the christ within), also known as the paleopallium; the limbic system, evolved next. This corresponds roughly to the idea of a superego, or parent.
From our mammal brain, we get our urge to nurture, to love, and to join with others. From the mammal brain comes our ability to follow laws and rules. Much of what is best in the human psyche comes from the mammal brain.
The Cerebral Brain (the god within), also known as the neopallium; the neocortex, evolved last. It corresponds roughly to the idea of an ego, or an adult.
From the cerebral brain we get the skills necessary to make peace between the reptilian brain and the mammal brain. From the cerebral brain comes the ability to forgive and to temper justice with mercy. From the cerebral brain comes reason, memory, and logic. From the cerebral brian comes intellect. In order to be able to understand the universe we need the cerebral brain.
The Most High is a triune archetype, a three fold psyche in balance. We call it the trinity: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Did you ever notice that the invisible and the non-existent look uncannily alike, and when asked to demonstrate them, say, for instance, gods, or reptilians for that matter, that everything comes to a halt?
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