Thanks for the reply Dean. Economic equilibrium is a classical economic static/statistical balance concept. A statistical balance is a full stop….not a flow or free flow. The temporal universe and everything in it flows….except the economy. What we require to have a flowing, i.e. free flowing economy is what I refer to as “the higher ethical and free flowing disequilibrium of an abundance ratio between costs and prices.”
In my book I enumerate the imminent and accomplished signatures of historical paradigm changes how economic theory exists in everyone of the former and how the policies of Wisdomics-Gracenomics fulfill every one of the latter. Complete inversion of old/present paradigm realities is one of the signatures of accomplished paradigm change.
More than doubling everyone’s potential purchasing power does not necessarily mean a doubling of productive throughput, but it will free the individual, the small to medium sized business community and the entire system. It will also end the virtual monopoly power of the paradigm of Debt Only for the sole form and vehicle for the distribution of credit/money that is enjoyed by private finance. Finally, it will enable the new paradigm of Abundantly Direct and Reciprocal Monetary Gifting to become PRIMARY. New primacy by the way is another signature of accomplished paradigm change. When we went from Nomadic Hunting and Gathering to Homesteading and Agriculture we never went back to the primacy of nomadic life again. When the Gutenberg Press made communcation abundant we never went back to time consuming primacy of hand written Bibles and other forms of communication. It won’t mean there won’t be loans, it won’t even mean that private finance will be completely eliminated, but it will mean there will be the new primacy of a publicly administered national banking and financial system based on monetary grace as in gifting…and all of the pornographers, money launderers and unethicaly speculative people who want to risk their own already created and saved money….can go to the private banks and borrow at interest.