India became a global power based on the mind power of its culture. This mind power is what drove the country to the present phase and allowed beginning with the next stage, which is the installation of “Made in India” as a catalyst for economic expansion.
This implies a new re-creation that is on-going and generates the inclusion of India in the few countries of the world that have an accepted cultural brand.
In the case of India, this re-creation is based on the mind power of the culture but includes its transformation into products that are beyond low value or hygienic products.
This change will demand some decades until the culture will have materialized the mind-power into internationally recognized products associated with their origin.
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Indian Collective Intelligence
A core characteristic of Indian culture is its collective intelligence. The culture promotes individual intelligence to foster adaptiveness. Adaptiveness is a core aspect of the culture.
Cultural intelligence is based on the focus on change to grow in controlled environments within the limits of the lifestyle of the segment an individual is part of.
This provides a powerful context that allows expanding the boundaries using individual intelligence as long as the institutional rules of the context are respected.
This characteristic of collective intelligence makes India a notorious “intelligence provider” of the world.
The archetype of India is driven by the collective intelligence of Indians, which is materialized in a superior mind power that makes the country one of the leaders of the world.
India is a notoriously institutionalized culture that is organized by stable roles that allow growing with a relatively minimal level of conflicts. These roles have ancestral origin and are materialized in social segments that evolve within the self-imposed limits of the groups.
Growth is based on the archetypical characteristic of their focus on:
- The development of the intellect of people
- The value of knowledge
It can be said that knowledge is the essential power of the Indian culture. That is why it is the driver of social mobility and makes Indians world leaders in all those fields where knowledge establishes the value of what needs to be done.
The maximal strategy is driven by the capacity of Indians to re-create based on a superior vision of what is happening in the environment while having the necessary power to destroy the preexisting aspects that are dysfunctional for the new stage while using the power to re-create.
Power is the catalyst of Indian’s archetype and, as such, it is the core aspect that is acted out by the elite. The elite in India is such because it assumes the responsibility for empowering the evolution of the mass. It has to be considered that India has an elite that assumes the responsibility for making the culture evolve while empowering collective intelligence.
Re-creation is the core characteristic of the Indian culture that allows expanding the boundaries and evolving.
The Minimum Strategy
The core aspect of an institutionalized culture like India is the capacity and power to govern in order to allow the evolution of the different roles and avoid annulling conflicts.
The minimum strategy of the archetype is given by the acceptance of a functional order that fosters evolution while inhibiting disorder and chaos. This implies the existence of protective organizations that provide the framework for this order.
The entropy inhibitor of the archetype is given by the satisfaction of the materialistic needs of the different roles of the culture. That is why the different aspects of wealth are a core aspect of the Indian culture. This makes the culture develop a proactive attitude towards the development of economic activities.
Cultural evolution naturally generates conflicts
The institutionalization of India hinders the existence of significant conflicts produced by the people who are affected by the changes.
The segments of conflicts that are managed are:
- The excluded
- The impotent
- The left behind
- The disoriented
The conflicts of the change towards becoming a leading power in the world are being managed based on trade-offs that are made to pay the prices this evolution produced in the short term. These conflicts produce explosions or implosions.
The excluded and the impotent promote the implosion of the change in order to go back to the previous situation and the comfort zone that was implicit. They foster active inaction in order to annul the changes that are happening.
The left behind and the disoriented perceive that they cannot manage the change and that they lose their comfort zone which makes them oppose to the changes.
The Indian culture is based on continuous re-creation, which minimizes the conflicts because they are a natural pathway for their cultural evolution. Notwithstanding, small explosions and implosions are natural and will happen when asynchronisms of actions generate unbearable disequilibria in some segments.
India is a world leading power that is entering a new stage. The prices to be paid are high because the comfort zone of several segments is being affected. This re-creation accesses the world scenario in times where the existence of multiple leading poles is accepted and evident. Therefore, there are no external enemies for this development, just competitors. The unique enemies are the internal members who feel their comfort zone affected.
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