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    Chapter 4 of "A New Earth" by Eckhart Tolle

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    I am looking for ideas as to how the attached article, "The Triune Brain: Your Brain" relates to Chapter 4 of "A New Earth" by Eckhart Tolle.

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    Just as chapter 4 reiterates the various facets of one's ego, I feel like "The Triune Brain" also reinforces the multiple functions of one's brain. Since our egos definitely make hasty judgments, this function also correlates with some purposes of the limbic brain since it "is the seat of the value judgments that we make, often unconsciously, that exert such a strong influence on our behavior."

    Just as the ego does not operate in isolation and can serve multiple roles, such as "villain, victim, and lover," it is also obvious that the three parts of the brain "do not operate independently of one another. They have established numerous interconnections through which they influence one another. The neural pathways from the limbic system to the cortex, for example, are especially well developed."

    Similarly, I see parallels among both readings in terms of deception. Since egos ...

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    Chapter 4 of "A New Earth" by Eckhart Tolle is briefly related to the triune brain article.