Equilibrium is the condition of a system in which competing influences are balanced.
General equilibrium theory is a branch of theoretical economics. It seeks to explain the behavior of supply, demand and prices in a whole economy with several or many interacting markets, by seeking to prove that a set of prices exists that will result in an overall equilibrium, hence general equilibrium, in contrast to partial equilibrium, which only analyzes single markets. As with all models, this is an abstraction from a real economy; it is proposed as being a useful model, both by considering equilibrium prices as long-term prices and by considering actual prices as deviations from equilibrium.
Quasi-perfect equilibrium is a refinement of Nash Equilibrium for extensive form games due to Eric van Damme. Informally, a player playing by a strategy from a quasi-perfect equilibrium takes observed as well as potential future mistakes of his opponents into account but assumes that he himself will not make a mistake in the future, even if he observes that he has done so in the past. Quasi-perfect equilibrium is a further refinement of sequential equilibrium. It is itself refined by normal form proper equilibrium.
Hydrostatic equilibrium or hydrostatic balance is the condition in fluid mechanics where a volume of a fluid is at rest or at constant velocity. This occurs when compression due to gravity is balanced by a pressure gradient force. For instance, the pressure gradient force prevents gravity from collapsing the Earth’s atmosphere into a thin, dense shell, while gravity prevents the pressure gradient force from diffusing the atmosphere into space.Hydrostatic equilibrium is the current distinguishing criterion between dwarf planets and other Small Solar System bodies, and has other roles in astrophysics and planetary geology.
In ancient Egyptian «Mer» means Light, «Ka» means Spirit, and «Ba» means Body. Mer-Ka-Ba means the Spirit/Body surrounded by counter-rotating fields of Light and is a vehicle to transport one’s Spirit/Body from one dimension into another. The Sacred Mystery Schools of Lemuria, Atlantis and Egypt used sacred geometrical exercises as keys to access the higher dimensions, which formed the basis of their spiritual beliefs. They understood in the mystery schools that one’s merkaba had to be activated in order for the physical body to turn into Light which would complete the Ascension process. Using Love and Sacred Geometry, one activates a merkaba energy field of Light around the Body. Sacred geometry differs from regular geometry in that sacred geometry consists of the lines Spirit follows during the creation process.