3 Trinities in Norse Mythology

We should be aware of all the “three-in-one” or “one in three” ideas in our heritage.

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Askur and Embla, askur Yggdrasils
Askur and Embla, askur Yggdrasils
Óðinn Vili Véi rishi devata chhandas
Óðinn Vili Véi
rishi devata chhandas

Why all these amazing trinities?
-Yes, isn’t that funny!  Three, but still one. We find them all over.
The gods Óður Hænir Lóður give us human attributes, so now we are divine   beings.
No small thing, man!

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1 min 22 sec pitch for Trinities:

The text for 1 minute pitch for Trinities (above):
03  trinities  –  our marvellous trinities found all over !  Simply delightful to explore them. Why are there so many three-in-one,s?  How come that one divides so rationally into three, which, though, never stop being the one?
Even the great void, ginnungagap, displays as three to begin with. Yet ginnungagap is only the total potential of Natural Law, perfect orderliness, infinite creativity, the never-changing field.
The creative power also displays as three.
Nature has 3 qualities. What is so disturbingly rational about becoming 3?
Are these ever-moving, different qualities inherent and latent in the one?
Can the three be a prerequisite for movement and creativity and differences within the one?

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trinities in Norse mythologyNew 2021 edition
FREE e-book on ISSUU – The Profundity of Edda – – Ný sýn á Eddu – Book 3 of 40
Trinities – Icelandic and English – side by side – in one and the same book
New 2021 edition
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English 2014 edition
The complete book Óðsmál – Trinities (3 of 40) on Youtube read by Guðrún Kristín Magnúsdóttir 24 min 27 sec


Note: 2014 edition

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Icelandic 2014 edition
The complete book Óðsmál – Trinities (3 of 40) on Youtube read by Guðrún Kristín Magnúsdóttir 22 min 22 sec


Note: 2014 edition

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More to ponder on:

* Amazing all these trinities
* by all means understand the most important ones
* –but here our educational system fails us:  understand the trinity: studies as Óðinn Vili Véi
* the student as Óðinn, is the one who possess all knowledge as knowledge is structured in consciousness, and we are consciousness
* Vili is the student learning, the will to obtain knowledge thinking mind, reading, the use of our senses
Vili connects to, and metabolizes
*  Véi is what is studied, that which is known
* Consciousness-based Education emphasizes the student, his consciousness, process of learning, and what is studied
* are Gerður Skaði Gunnlöð a trinity?
* was I only finding þurs-maidens III for the scholars?  trying to make something come out of the scholars’  misreading of manuscripts, their misunderstanding?
* is the amusing intrusion of Þjóðvitnir really helpful in opening our eyes? exposing our illiteracy?
* am I picking on you when I point out the wide-spread illiteracy?
* why do some not want to understand the underlying meaning?
* has that rejection something to do with being adherent to at system and not wanting to understand any new Truth?
* are there some people who find their own religion filled with meaning, but claim other men’s traditions to be some naïve primitive stuff?
* can systems –which though are claimed to explain everything– become some kind of fetters on our free thinking?
* how does that connect to not wanting to understand the symbolic language of our ancient myths and poems?
* what is the difference between systems on one hand, and on the other hand Truth, consciousness, pure wisdom?
* would it be a good thing, good for our spiritual evolution, to rid ourselves of our rigid religious systems?
* what does the Buddha-monk mean by: walking on carrying the boat on the head, after it has served the purpose of getting us over the river?

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Til umhugsunar:

* er ekki merkilegt að svona margar þríeindir skuli fyrirfinnast?
* endilega skiljið hina veigamestu þríeindina okkar  –en hér yfirsést menntakerfinu okkar hrapalega–:
* nemandinn er Óðinn, sá sem er þekking, hefur alla þekkingu, — nemandinn er svið allrar þekkingar, þekking er innbyggð í vitund —
* Vili er það að nemandinn lærir (hugur, lestur, skilningarvit)
Vili tengir og umbreytir, tengir þekkinguna (/nemandann) við það sem við erum að nema (/námsefnið)
* námsefnið (bókin, þusið í kennaranum, upplýsingar) er Véi (þetta sem vitað er)
* vitundarþroskamenntun leggur aðaláherzlu á vitund nemandans.
* eru Gerður Skaði Gunnlöð nokkuð þríeind?
* var ég ekki aðeins að redda fræðingunum útúr þursameyjauppspunanum (/mislestrinum) þeirra á handritum?
* eru innrás Þjóðvitnis og fyndnar ídettingar til þess gerðar að uppvísa um ólæsi okkar?
* hvernig virkar það sem ádeila á okkur og aðra þá sem ekki skilja táknmál?
* hvers vegna vilja sumir menn ekki skilja táknmál og launsögn?
* kemur það því við að hyllast eitthvert kerfi og neita að skilja annað?
* telja sumir sitt kerfi hafa að geyma djúpan skilning, en telja að annarra manna siðir séu aðeins frumstætt og barnalegt rugl?
* geta kerfi (sem þó eru sögð útskýra allt) orðið tjóður í skilningsleysi?
* hver er munur á kerfum og sannleikanum, vitund, tærri þekkingu?
* er nauðsyn að losa sig við kerfin okkar til að fljúga frjáls í himinvídd vitundar?
* búddha-munkurinn sagði: maður gengur ekki með bátinn á höfðinu eftir að maður er kominn yfir ána

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3 trinities book cover

2014 edition
Books in Icelandic and English available on amazon:
Óðsmál for bairns #3 Trinities
(English)
Krakka-Óðsmál in fornu #3 þríeindir (Icelandic)
Available here as Kindle (English)
Available here as Kindle (Icelandic)

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trinities in Norse mythologyNew 2021 edition
FREE e-book on ISSUU – The Profundity of Edda – – Ný sýn á Eddu – Book 3 of 40
Trinities – Icelandic and English – side by side – in one and the same book
New 2021 edition

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