Perennial Triunism: The Triune Brain Keeps Being Rediscovered!

In my last few decades of being a research psychologist and then a full time psychotherapist, I've come to see the modular and quasi-independent functioning of our triune brain as one of the most profound and under-appreciated factors shaping our human culture and creating many of our modern day challenges.   More specifically, I would go so far as to say that once the implications of the triune brain are fully understood and integrated into our academic and folk cultures, it will create a total reconceptualization and treatment approach to mental health challenges, relationship challenges, and a deeper understanding of childhood and adult development. Most people are very aware that we have two hemispheres in the brain, and that the right and left hemispheres are specialized in processing different types of tasks; the right being more holistic and non-linear, while the left is said to [...]