Book 29 — This Three-legged Stool

by Myron Ball

Contents List:

Editor's Acknowledgement
About the Book
About the Author
Author's Dedication
Author's Acknowledgments
I. Approaching Reality
II. Reality Has Three Sides
III. Consciousness
IV. The Real World
V. The Source
VI. This Three-legged Stool
VII. Method of Application
VIII. Quick and Useful
IX. Intuitions, Premonitions
X. Where's the Evidence?
XI. Sorting Things Out
XII. Learn Who You Are
XIII. Additions

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See also:

The Law of Three
The Holy Spirit

Editor's Acknowledgement

The Ardue Editor is most grateful to the author and publisher for permission to include this book in the Ardue Library. It is one of the rarest of works: an elegant and simple exploration of the most profound mystery underlying human experience.

About the Book

This Ardue edition is a re-presentation in hypertext of This Three-legged Stool, Copyright Š 2001 by Myron Ball. ISBN 09640476-1-6

As repeatedly emphasised throughout the Ardue Web Site, a combination of three distinct factors can always be detected in the manner in which The Holy Spirit produces all its discernible manifestations. This Three-legged Stool provides clear simple practical guidance which enables ordinary people like you and me to apply this Law as we seek to co-operate with The Holy Spirit in producing desirable effects in the physical world.

Copies of the book may be ordered direct from the publisher:
Hudson Yard Publishers/Myron Ball
4029 Cedarbrush Lane
Dallas, TX 75229
[email protected]

Price: U.S. $12.00 plus postage from Dallas, TX, U.S.A.

About the Author

In the sunset of a life of independent thinking, retired from the practice of podiatry, the author divides his time between distant grandchildren, the tennis court, Talmud classes, and colloquies in philosophy-metaphysics. He teaches the course of Self Discovery: The New Sensors, The New Skills, developed from This Three-legged Stool.

The author welcomes contact with readers through the publisher (Hudson Yard Publishers, Dallas) and e-mail ([email protected]).

Author's Dedication


This writing may help you know the meaning of loving yourselves, and add skills to brighten the way for the rest of us.

Author's Acknowledgments

I remember with gratitude the interruptions — phone calls, lunch engagements, drop-ins — friends who gave me energy and feedback: Bernard Becker, John Megquier, Margie Walden, Dick Payton, Zelda Siegel, Albert Leviton (every Tuesday), Forrest Gibbs, Ann McMullin, Susan Calmes, Jack Calmes, Dana Payton, Robin Faircloth-Wesson, Daniel Ball, Mary Fleming, Alex Darian, Robert Edelman, Peter Berg, Alex Hackett, Durwood Fleming, Reid Heller, Raymond Termini, Linda Holder, Martha Lusk, and Robert E Ryder.

Others are named prominently in the text.

The following know the book's subject well, and made contributions few others could. To Barbara Katz my special thanks for a punishing critique and many creative suggestions. Rozlyn Reece uncovered errors in content and syntax. Malcolm Bonnheim's reading and listening were confirmation. Arthur Vergara at DeVorss reduced my excesses.

Kitzi Ball created the food, served cool drinks, and waited. For this and more, acknowledgment is never enough.


The following quotation from I AND THOU by Martin Buber, translated by Walter Kaufmann Copyright Š 1970 by Charles Scribner's Sons, is reprinted with permission of Scribner, a Division of Simon and Schuster.

"The concept of personhood is, of course, utterly incapable of describing the nature of God, but it is permitted and necessary to say that God is also a person."