Examples of Triads

Listed below are many examples of the Law of Threefoldness taken from a wide variety of situations. By combining thinking, feeling and a sense of movement one begins to acquire a "taste" for the unique qualitiy and contribution of each of the three forces.

Fundamental Triad

Will

Function

Being

Objective Aspect

Law

Behavior

Being

Subjective Aspect

Understanding

Knowledge

Consciousness

 

 

 

 

Examples…

Affirmation

Receptivity / Denial

Reconciliation

 

Man

Woman

Child

 

Parent

Child

Grandparent

 

Spirit

Body

Soul

 

Intellectual Center

Moving Center

Emotional Center

 

Sexual Center

Instinctive Center

Moving Center

 

Thesis

Antithesis

Synthesis

 

Positive

Negative

Neutral

 

Protons

Electrons

Neutrons

Protons (3 quarks)

Up quark

Up quark

Down quark

Neutrons (3 quarks)

Down quark

Down quark

Up quark

Quark color charge

Red

Blue

Green

Antiquark color charge

Antired

Antiblue

Antigreen

 

Head

Extremities

Torso

 

Upper Arm

Hand

Fore Arm

 

Thumb

Fingers

Palm

 

Air

Land

Sea

 

Vapor

Ice

Water

 

Knife

Fork

Spoon

 

Driver

Car

Gasoline

 

President

Legislature

Judiciary

 

Impressions

Food

Air

 

Speaker

Listener

Words

 

Information

Matter

Energy

 

Voltage

Amperage

Resistance

 

Not

Or (logic gates)

And

 

Sensory Neurons

Motor Neurons

Inter Neurons

 

Animal Kingdom (Animalia)

Fungi Kingdom (Protista)

Plant Kingdom (Plantae)

 

Eukarya

Bacteria

Archaea

 

Cranial Sacral Pulse

Respiration

Heartbeat

 

Intensity

Quantity (of energies)

Quality

 

Causal

Physical

Astral

 

Protein

Carbohydrates

Fat

enterotypes

bacteriode

ruminococcus

prevotella

 

Growth Neurons

Motor Neurons

Sensory Neurons

 

God the Father

God the Son

God the Holy Ghost

 

Birth

Death

Sex

 

Cash Flow

Income Statement

Balance Sheet

 

Hyparxis

Time

Eternity

The three laws of thermodynamics…

Entropy increases in systems

At abs. zero, entropy is constant

Total energy in a system is constant

Black holes

Spin

Mass

Charge

Quarks

Protons 2up 1down

Neutrons 2down 1up

 

 

 

Super Conscious

Sub Conscious

Conscious

 

Polarmedectian

Earth Plants

Solar System Plants

 

Rotation

Position

Direction

 

Pitta

Vata

Kapha

 

Brahma

Shiva

Vishnu

 

Rajas

Tamas

Satvas

 

Adam

Hoss

Little Joe

Three Wise Men

 

 

 

 

Plus

Minus  (De Bono)

Interesting

 

 

Reactance

Capacitance

Computers

Compare magnitude

Memory

Sequential Instruction

3 laws of thermodynamics

Heart Communications

Neurological

Biophysical

Biochemical

(hormones)

Blood Cells

Lymphocytes

(pressure waves)

Myelocytes

"Kepler's Three Laws" of planetary motion

Kepler's Second Law of Planetary Motion states that a line from a planet to the sun will sweep out equal areas in equal times. The planet moves more slowly when it is farther from the sun and faster when it is near it. (This is equivalent to the conservation of angular momentum.)

4th – electromagnetic???

Kepler's First Law of Planetary Motion states that the orbits of the planets are ellipses with the sun at one focus of the ellipse.

 

Radiation

Erythrocytes

Conduction

 

Dukkha (Sanskrit duhkha) or unsatisfactoriness. Nothing found in the physical world or even the psychological realm can bring lasting deep satisfaction.  (The Buddha’s comments on the three characteristics of everything existing, the three dharma seals.)

Kepler's Third Law of Planetary Motion states that T2 is proportional to a3, where T is the orbital period of a planet (its year) and a is the semi-major axis of the ellipse.

Anatta (Sanskrit anatman) impersonality, or non-Self. The human personality, "soul", or Self, is a conventional appellation applied to the assembly of physical and psychological components, each individually subject to constant flux; there is no central core (or essence); this is somewhat similar to a bundle theory of mind or soul.

Eye cones

Blue

Convection

Yellow

Flow Charts, process map

Diamond (decision)

Anicca (Sanskrit anitya) or impermanence. This refers not only to the fact that all conditioned things eventually cease to exist, but also that all conditioned things are in a constant state of flux. (Visualize a leaf growing on a tree. It dies and falls off the tree but is soon replaced by a new leaf.)

Arrows (path)

Chess

Rules

Red

Pieces

Types of cell death

Necroptosis

Rectangle (activity)

Autophagy