Human Quality Index
Dijo Thomas Reveals a Secret of Universe about Mankind.
He reveals for the first time Different Layers of Mankind.
Human Quality Index
Human Quality Index
By Dijo Thomas
? What is the Difference between a common man & a Buddha? Or in fact, is there really a Difference?
Dijo Thomas says that there is indeed a difference. Not only a difference, but there are many levels in between.
Before we go into that, it is important to understand where we stand now, how we see each other and how we evaluate the world.
Equality - the key word
In the present world, for centuries, the key word is Equality. We hear equality in various context, like equality between men, equality between different class, equality between the haves & have-nots, equality between men and women, equality between the ruling class & common man etc. These are beautiful concepts, much longed by people; but seldom achieved.
I would say that the importance for Equality came during French Revolution, in recent History.
French Revolution & Equality
The French Revolution was a watershed event in modern European history that began in 1789 and ended in the late 1790s. French citizens razed and redesigned their country’s political landscape, uprooting centuries-old institutions such as absolute monarchy and the feudal system. The upheaval was caused by widespread discontent with the French monarchy and the poor economic policies of King Louis XVI, who met his death by guillotine, as did his wife Marie Antoinette. Although it failed to achieve all of its goals and at times degenerated into a chaotic bloodbath, the French Revolution played a critical role in shaping modern nations by showing the world the power inherent in the will of the people.
Causes of the French Revolution
The French Revolution had general causes common to all the revolutions of the West at the end of the 18th century and particular causes that explain why it was by far the most violent and the most universally significant of these revolutions. The first of the general causes was the social structure of the West. The feudal regime had been weakened step-by-step and had already disappeared in parts of Europe. The increasingly numerous and prosperous elite of wealthy commoners—merchants, manufacturers, and professionals, often called the bourgeoisie—aspired to political power in those countries where it did not already possess it. The peasants, many of whom owned land, had attained an improved standard of living and education and wanted to get rid of the last vestiges of feudalism so as to acquire the full rights of landowners and to be free to increase their holdings. Furthermore, from about 1730, higher standards of living had reduced the mortality rate among adults considerably. This, together with other factors, had led to an increase in the population of Europe unprecedented for several centuries: it doubled between 1715 and 1800. For France, which with 26 million inhabitants in 1789 was the most populated country of Europe, the problem was most acute.
The bourgeoisie resented its exclusion from political power and positions of honour. A search for more power & Equality.The peasants were acutely aware of their situation and were less and less willing to support the anachronistic and burdensome feudal system. At the same time the French monarchy, no longer seen as divinely ordained, was unable to adapt to the political and societal pressures that were being exerted on it.
The people were greatly influenced by the writings of Intellectuals & theorists of the time, though they presented different points of views.
Faced with the heavy expenditure that the wars of the 18th century entailed, the rulers of Europe sought to raise money by taxing the nobles and clergy, who in most countries had hitherto been exempt, To justify this, the rulers likewise invoked the arguments of advanced thinkers by adopting the role of “enlightened despots.” This provoked reaction throughout Europe from the privileged bodies, diets and estates.
Monarchs tried to stop this reaction of the aristocracy, and both rulers and the privileged classes sought allies among the non-privileged bourgeois and the peasants. Thus a 'divine' hand plays a role, a very unlikely one, of the most powerful element of the then society seeking the help of non-privileged class, to safe guard their privilege. The result is that, unknowingly or unconsciously the aristocracy sow the seed for a crucial turning point in the History of Mankind - which I would say is one of the most fundamental ever - for a more Equal Society.
Later Russian Revolution was another effort to attain equality.
Thus Equality became the main focus of the Thinkers.
I would say that the Dictum that all are Equal before Law is a very Important Pillar of a Modern Society. [Though many a time it is not applied by letter & spirit.]
When at most importance was given to Equality, Much More Important value was not Understood by the Society or Thinkers.
That Value, Much More Important than Equality, I would like to state is Quality.
Human Quality Index
What does Quality mean?
How can You differentiate between Persons, based on Quality?
The following Chart will answer these Questions.
The Human Quality Index describes the Different Layers or Stages present among Humankind; based on the Quality of a person.
Stage 1 – Majority of the Society
Stage 2 – High Negative Persons
Stage 3 - Writers
Stage 4 - Scientists
Stage 5 - Activists
Stage 6 – Philosophers
Avatars & Enlightened Persons
The Truthfulness will be least in Stage 2 & will increase progressively. The truthfulness will be maximum in Stage 9.
Present day society considers intelligence as paramount. Most of the tests conducted by various institutions is to access the intelligence of a person.
The intelligence, it may surprise you, will more or less be the same in all stages. That means a person may have maximum IQ level in Stage 3, the same maximum IQ level may be found in a person in stage 6 also.
Intelligence or IQ is Not the most Important Factor of Mankind
I will make it clearer. Albert Einstein is considered as one of the most intelligent person that ever lived. His contributions to Science are Legendary.
To make this point clear, I will state an example. Many persons were identified with IQ larger than Einstein. But they were not able to make even a small contribution to Science, any other field or to the Society.
If IQ was the main factor that makes a Scientist or a Genius, then of course, a person with an with IQ larger than Einstein should have made at least equal or larger contribution than him. But that is not the case.
Therefore it is clearly Not intelligence that makes a person a Genius – it is something else.
What is that X Factor?
In Indian tradition, Buddha, Krishna, Osho, Vedantha Masters all refer to this X-Factor, many refer to this by the name Jhanna [Jha-na].
Jhanna is the higher wisdom revealed to a person by the Universal Ultimate Power.
To different persons, the revealed Jhanna will be different, it will be according to their level. That is the reason for the Variation in Perception; for a Single event; for different persons.
The Jhanna will be least in Stage 2 & will increase progressively. The truthfulness will be maximum in Stage 9.
Masters like Buddha, Krishna, Osho, Jesus Christ, Ramana Maharshi, J Krishna Moorthy, UG Krishna Moorthy etc. Belong to this stage.
This is the reason why the Masters like Buddha, Krishna, Osho, Jesus Christ, Ramana Maharshi etc. Are able to say many things that other people are not able to find out.
The society also, in a way, understands that. That is the reason why people worship some of them as God.