I got this book for Christmas and I've been looking forward to the day where I could sink my teeth into it. It's The Holy Trinity and the Law of Three by Cynthia Bourgeault. I started re-reading it this morning. The author is an Episcopal priest and has been studying Gurdjieff for many years, and in perfect prose, she outlines how the relatively boring Christian doctrine of the Trinity could be set on its head by looking at it through the lens of the Gurdjieffian Law of Three, which she argues was Christianity's original intention. This book was recommended by someone I met at Parts 1 and 2, and I'm so grateful for that. At first I wasn't sure, as I'm a newly outed athiest (it feels good to say it), but this woman could write a book about dry toast and I'd read it, her delivery is so succulent and intelligent, and of course, I'm interested to see how she applies the Law of Three to various phenomena. In her Gurdjieff training, apparently, they spent years learning how to apply the Law of Three and the Law of Seven to "the solution of both ordinary problems and cosmic mysteries", which, when I read that, caused a gigantic flare-up of my EnneaType's passion of envy. I've already started reading it, but the writing is so good, it's worth re-reading from the beginning. This book is a true original- nobody but nobody in history has set the two principles together side-by-side- and I'm already hurting from the combination blowing my mind.