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"Antifragility is beyond resilience or robustness. The resilient resists shocks and stays the same; the antifragile gets better"

Perfect stage in Human Evolution according to me :

SCENARIO 1:- For me Antifragility means the next stage in evolution of mankind where instead of Cyborgs we develop Paranormal yogic superpowers aka Siddhis like:-

Ashta Siddhis are:

1. Aṇimā:

Ability to reduce the size of the body, sometimes even to the size of the atoms. ('Becoming smaller than the smallest' as described in Srimad Bhagavatam by Lord Krishna)

Example: Hanuman had reduced the size of his body while he was searching for Sita in Lanka.

2. Mahima:

Ability to assume a gigantic form ('Becoming larger than the largest' as described in Srimad Bhagavatam by Lord Krishna)

Example:

Hanuman assumed a huge form to burn Lanka, he also assumed big form to fight Kumbha Karna.

In Vaamana avatar Lord Vishnu increased his form which was so gigantic that it only took him three steps to cover all three worlds

3. Garima

Ability to become very heavy in weight by will

Example: Lord Hanuman made his tail very heavy that even Bhima couldn't life it (Bhima who was climbing the GandhaMadana mountains to get Saugandhika flowers for Draupadi was stopped by a monkey whose tail was on the way, Bhima orders the monkey to take the tail off the road, monkey being old tells him to move it himself, but Bhima couldn't even lift the monkey's tail)

4. Laghima

Laghima comes from the word laghu, which means small or light. Laghima is the ability to make the body very light ('Becoming lighter than the lightest'). Levitation and flying in the air are its subsidiary powers

5. Prāpti

Word praapti means 'to obtain', 'having obtained', 'to have got'. Thus praapti is the ability to acquire anything anywhere.

6. Prākāmya

The ability to obtain anything desired, ability to have realized the dreams

7. Iṣiṭva

Iṣa=lord; isitva=lordship; The power of absolute lordship over entire creation

8. Vaśitva

The ability to have everything under control, especially the physical manifestation made up of 5 elements

SCENARIO 2:- Imagine Cyborgs in future having Paranormal yogic superpowers aka Siddhis like:-

Ashta Siddhis are:

1. Aṇimā:

Ability to reduce the size of the body, sometimes even to the size of the atoms. ('Becoming smaller than the smallest' as described in Srimad Bhagavatam by Lord Krishna)

Example: Hanuman had reduced the size of his body while he was searching for Sita in Lanka.

2. Mahima:

Ability to assume a gigantic form ('Becoming larger than the largest' as described in Srimad Bhagavatam by Lord Krishna)

Example:

Hanuman assumed a huge form to burn Lanka, he also assumed big form to fight Kumbha Karna.

In Vaamana avatar Lord Vishnu increased his form which was so gigantic that it only took him three steps to cover all three worlds

3. Garima

Ability to become very heavy in weight by will

Example: Lord Hanuman made his tail very heavy that even Bhima couldn't life it (Bhima who was climbing the GandhaMadana mountains to get Saugandhika flowers for Draupadi was stopped by a monkey whose tail was on the way, Bhima orders the monkey to take the tail off the road, monkey being old tells him to move it himself, but Bhima couldn't even lift the monkey's tail)

4. Laghima

Laghima comes from the word laghu, which means small or light. Laghima is the ability to make the body very light ('Becoming lighter than the lightest'). Levitation and flying in the air are its subsidiary powers

5. Prāpti

Word praapti means 'to obtain', 'having obtained', 'to have got'. Thus praapti is the ability to acquire anything anywhere.

6. Prākāmya

The ability to obtain anything desired, ability to have realized the dreams

7. Iṣiṭva

Iṣa=lord; isitva=lordship; The power of absolute lordship over entire creation

8. Vaśitva

The ability to have everything under control, especially the physical manifestation made up of 5 elements

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