The Law of Three (1 of 3)
Yes No Maybe is the Law of Three.
Gurdjieff called it the Sacred Law of Triamazikamno.
According to G (his students called Gurdjieff “G”) …
“Three-brained beings have the possibility personally to perfect themselves, because in them there are localized three centers of their common presence or three brains, upon which afterwards, when the process of Djartklom proceeds in the Omnipresent-Okidanokh, the three holy forces of the sacred Triamazikamno are deposited and acquire the possibility for their further, this time, independent actualizings.”
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“Cellular mastery is the ability to hold focus on three forces at once. Sat, Chit, Ananda is existence, consciousness, bliss. Sat, Chit, and Ananda is a three-legged stool. Remove any leg, and you can’t sit on it.”
A Few Examples of The Law of Three …
A Few More Examples of The Law of Three …
Ancient Egypt’s Osiris—HORUS—Isis
Christianity’s Father—SON—Holy Ghost
I Ching’s Sages—RULING CLASS—Masses
The opposites (Yin and Yang) always interact with one another forming a third or new thing …
According to G …
“1. The brain predetermined by Great Nature for the concentration and further actualizing of the first holy force of the sacred Triamazikamno, called the Holy-Affirming, is localized and found in the head.
“2. The second brain, which transforms and crystallizes the second holy force of the sacred Triamazikamno, namely, the Holy-Denying, is placed in their common presences, also as in us, along the whole of their back in what is called the ‘spinal column.’
“3. But as regards the place of concentration and source for the further manifestation of the third holy force of the sacred Triamazikamno, namely, the Holy-Reconciling — the exterior form of this being-brain in the three-brained beings there bears no resemblance whatever to ours.”
(To Be Continued)