Monday, December 12, 2016

3 contradicting types of love pheromones

Before I go on explaining the 3 contradicting types of love pheromones, let me just quickly talk about the 3 different brains that we all possess. Even you, yes You! Believe it or not, we don’t just have one brain inside of our skull, we all have three different brains. And the problem with these three brains is that they all have their own sets of rules, desires and fears. They can all work very well by themselves as individual, independent brains, but together, they don’t always work out. It’s kind of like that saying “two is company, but three is a crowd”. This concept of the three brains (the triune brain theory) was originated by a very smart doctor and evolutionist named “Dr. Paul Maclean” back some 50 years ago.  He was very passionate about the brain and had lectured all over the world in the areas of “Pheromone Evolution and Behavior”. Now, what he discovered is that we have 3 distinct brains t hat we call our whole brain, and these distinct brains were developed in prominent stages of our evolution and development. These 3 different brains grew on top of each other over millions of years; just like new pavement being laid upon old roads. 

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Which means what? Well, it means that the oldest brains we have from millions of years ago, are STILL there! The most primitive part of our brain is basically our brain stem. That’s right, even the stem of our brain counts as a brain! It is otherwise known as our “lizard” brain or our reptilian brain, which we’ve mentioned briefly before. Now – lizards and reptiles are not very evolved creatures, at least compared to humans, and they are not able to have what us humans consider as “conscious thought”. (Lizards have much smaller brains in proportion and are much less evolved) So lizards and reptiles cannot make a conscious decision to do something, they are always just reacting to the stimulus in their environment. So our lizard brain or (Protoreptilian brain) , is designed strictly for our survival and reproduction. It is where our “fight or flight” response comes from, and it controls a lot of things that we’re not “conscious” of, for example, the beating of our heart. 

So the lizard brain is primary focused on getting power, sex, and control, and avoiding immediate pain. The next level of brain is the mammalian brain (Paleo – Mammalian Brain – it includes the limbic system which controls your emotions and feelings). Now, mammals came into existence after reptiles were already crawling the earth but before primates began swinging from tree to tree in forests. It was a very significant stage of pheromone production. Learn of evolution; because many important changes to the brain system occurred to ensure survival and reproduction. These changes ensured mammals could survive in conditions that reptiles could not; and it also gave mammals more choices in food. However, mammals have to spend time protecting and raising their young. As you probably know, when a baby lion is born, it isn’t strong enough to protect itself, and nor has it experienced enough in the world to be able to find food by itself. So the guidance and protection from his mother and father (and the pride) are essential for not only the survival of the baby lion, but also the propagation of their species. Compare that to reptiles. When a baby reptile is hatched from the egg, he needs to immediately find his own protection and food.

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