tiistai 9. huhtikuuta 2013

Microvita in the Eurozone crises

I have short cut this article in order to make more easy to understand: You may see the original article by Hans-Joachim Rudolph.

Let see first a bit what is microvita. It is the smallest entity, which can be negative or positive, and also can be physical or mental. Here it is more about mental microvita; one can attract different kind of microvita by ones ideation and tendensies.
In social life, Yaks’a Devayonis (microvita making one money minded, can be for good purpose too) and Pisha’ca Pretayonis (microvita bringing mentality that everything is an object of enjoyment). They refer to the antimony of puritanism versus hedonism; puritanism strongly influences capitalism, whereas hedonism becomes common in affluent societies with work ethics. Societies accumulating money will consume more Yaks’a Devayonis, whereas societies enjoying everything will consume more Pisha’ca Pretayonis. The appertaining neutral microvitum will produce both of them in equal amounts, resulting in a social balance between puritanism and hedonism.

Such balanced states are, however, necessarily unstable, as both have strong tendencies to go way beyond themselves: The accumulated wealth get spent for the worship of idols (Prakrtiliina), for objects of beauty (Kinnara or Vidya’dhara) or for music (Gandharva Devayonis). And the tendency to enjoying everything brings restlessness (Madhyakapa’la), suicidal tendency (Kabandha) and conflicts or suppression (Durmukha or Brahmadaetya Pretayonis). Therefore, such balanced states can exist only temporarily.

Moreover, extremely unbalanced states are unfolding these days in front of our eyes: The Euro-zone is a good example. We might take a look at the classic schools of antiquity. The first hedonist school of thought arose in India ab 500 BCE, called Carvaka, according which the Hindu scriptures are false, there is no afterlife and pleasure should be the aim of living. Unlike other Indian schools of philosophy, the Carvakas argued that there is nothing wrong with sensual indulgence. I.e in Ramayana; Jabali tries to persuade Rama to accept the kingdom: O, the highly wise! Arrive at a conclusion, that there is nothing beyond this Universe. Give precedence to that which meets the eye and turn your back on what is beyond our knowledge.

The strongest opposer of Carvaka was, Shankaracharya. He says: Brahman is the only truth and the world is unreal. While Carvakas say opposite; that only the world is real and we should turn your back on what is beyond our knowledge. Consequently, thus philosophers are divided into two broad schools Nominalism and Idealism. While Sarkar finds a synthesis, bridging what used to be insurmountable by occidental and oriental philosophy. He says: Brahma is absolute Truth, the Universe is also Truth, but relative Truth.

Now, regarding the imbalance of puritanism and hedonism, we may recall Ac. Vimalananda's article; Prama’, the Cosmic Principle maintaining stable balance in the Universe means equilibrium + equipoise. “A perfect state of balance to be established between individuals and the collectivity and between the collectivity and the cosmos. This supreme balance in all spheres will bring a perfect state of Prama’ everywhere. The society will attain Prama’ Samvrddhi in the physical stratum, Prama’ Rddhi in the psychic stratum and Prama’ Siddhi in the spiritual stratum. That will be the stage of all-round welfare, progress and perfection for the entire humanity, for the entire living world.”

But the most advanced and highly equipped section of humans, with their high dreams for civilization, have lost adjustment in their physico-psycho-spiritual triangles of life, in changing influence of time, place and person. This has adversely affected all – humans as well as other forms of life in creation. Their actions caused lopsided growth in case of fellow humans and animate or even inanimate beings; finally resulting in the near collapse of the eco-system.
However, the problem starts when the direction of the homomorphic flow gets interfered. The sentient force continuously merge in the mutative and likewise the mutative into static... and static also in the direction of the mutative, then mutative have pressure from both the sides, and thus there appears a crisis of instability in the natural flow of the Prama’ triangle. Shrii Sarkar calls it as a state of derangement. If this state prolongs, the pressures cause the three vertices of Prama triangle to start demolishing the arrangement. This Shrii Sarkar calls this state; disruption. Finally, a continued state of disruption causes the ultimate loss of Prama’, called a state of degeneration.

Regarding the imbalances in the Euro-zone, we may ask: Is this a state of derangement, state of disruption or state of degeneration? Considering the physico-psycho-spiritual triangles of life, we can come to the conclusion that we are spiritually in a state of degeneration, psychologically in a state of disruption, and physically in a state of derangement:
  1. Spiritually - far away from the balanced state: Brahma is absolute truth, the universe is also truth, but relative truth. Instead seems people mostly believe that the universe is absolute truth.
  2. Psychologically we are in a state of disruption, created by the antimony of puritanism and hedonism.
  3. Physically - the Mediterranean countries are still holding on.
As you can see: by Julian Rose: European Super State – One Step Closer – or Immanent Collapse? Handelsblatt: America is not at all interested in a strong Euro. Müller: An alternative would be that Germany, Austria, the Netherlands and Finland abandon the Euro zone. This could result in a homogeneous monetary union with a common fiscal and tax policy. Handelsblatt: Other nations; U.S, Britain are tireless in exhorting the Europeans. Otte: The U.S. need the status of the dollar as the lead currency to finance their trade deficit. And between 2002 and 2011, the Euro gained one percent per year. That’s why the U.S. is so keen to flog the Euro to death.

Müller: The rating agencies are among the most powerful institutions on Earth. Take a look at who is in charge at S&P. The U.S. employ them shamelessly as instruments of power politics, in order to harm the Euro zone. Otte: The rating agencies are pure power cartels! Müller: The U.K. is still rated triple-A, one must shake one’s head in disbelief. The UK is the most indebted country in the world! 
Didi Annapurna