The whole government, governance of Kailasa has to run within less than one percent of the whole economy, the whole GDP of Kailasa. Only then the Sannyāsīs will retain their brahminical … lifestyle. Understand, in Kailasa – varṇa: Brāhmaṇa, Kṣatriya, Vaiśya, Śūdra, does not come by birth – jāti. No! It comes by the quality of your lifestyle. Base on how you exist, how you choose to exist – base on that, you are given the title whether you are a Brāhmaṇa or Vaiśya or Kṣatriya or Śūdra; not by birth, but by quality. And, the Sannyāsīs who are administering for the Governors, who are Directors of the Reserve Bank of Kailasa, or Federal Reserve of Kailasa, is expected to have absolute Aparigraha and Asteya lifestyle; living with minimal things, the minimalist, minimalistic lifestyle and non-stealing lifestyle.
In the world, there are two types of weath – the ‘illusory wealth’ and ‘real wealth’. Hinduism describes ‘Shankha Nidhi’ and ‘Padma Nidhi’. Padma Nidhi means the ‘Lotus Wealth’; it is illusory. Shankha – ‘Conch’ – real wealth’.
There are some things – ‘real wealth’ – your house, your clothes, your jewellery. This is real wealth. There is an illusory wealth, created for the sake of exchange purpose – currency, the value of currency.
‘Pseudo-wealth’ means Share Trading, Currency Trading, currency-related businesses, keeping the value of the currency high or low, all the businesses related to that. Only in that business you need this pattern of competing and conquering to be a successful person.
The economy should be thought, planned based on ‘ShankhaNidhi’, means real wealth. If we work on the real wealth, the whole world will have everything we need. After all, we have only seven billion people. Easily we can feed them, clothe them, house them, give them medical care. We can put more energy and resources into doing research about extending the lifespan. The real-wealth based economies will never collapse. It is the pseudo-wealth based economies collapse.
Economic strategy of Kailasa – economic chastity: a money allotted to a temple should be used only for temple; cannot be used for any other purposes or any other secular activities or any other religious activity. Listen. If a money is allotted to temple – that money cannot be taken and used for … running a monastery. No. If a money is allotted, that means the donor intends this dāna for a monastery, you can’t use that money for running a temple. If the dāna is intended for conducting certain celebrations, utsavas, rituals, in temple – it cannot be used for any other utsavas, rituals, or any other unintended purposes. Intention and dāna is married eternally in Hinduism.
So all Hindu wealth should be handled only with the Hindu economy policies; not with secular or any other religious, other religions’ economy policies. The secular economic policies has no right to enter into Hindu wealth, or the handling of the Hindu wealth!
Wealth intended for certain purpose should be used only for that purpose.
That economic chastity evolves from this principle: the sacred action, basically sacred intention. Intention of the yajña: … listen, if a yajña is a Puruṣa, Yajñapuruṣa; if the yajña is considered as Yajñapuruṣa – saṅkalpa, intention is the potency of Yajñapuruṣa. So the potency of Yajñapuruṣa – intention, and the dāna given for that yajña, both are married. The chastity, exclusivity and chastity between these two is important for the result, phala – child to be born. Phala, result is the child which is to be born between the Yajñapuruṣa and dāna, Strī. Dāna is considered as Ājñā, Strī. Yajña is considered as the Puruṣa. Saṅkalpa of the yajña, Satya Saṅkalpa of the yajña is the potency of Puruṣa. Only if there is a chastity between the dāna given and the intention – the phala, child is born, result is manifested. This is one of the most important economic principle of KAILASA.
In Hindu tradition, the yajña – the sacred action you do to manifest the highest states, whether in wealth or health or to have a child; anything you want to manifest, you can manifest through yajña. That sacred action – kriyā, is considered to be the male – Yajñapuruṣa. And dāna given, wealth given with yajña; that wealth, dāna is considered female – Strī. When this male and female joined together, the phala, result – child is born. So, the sacred kriyā and the dāna allotted, both are married together. This always stayed together. The intention and the wealth dedicated to it, both are married. The economical chastity is too important for the result, phala – child to be born. Listen. This is one of the most important economic principle of Kailasa. Intention is married to the wealth forever!
Satya Saṅkalpa is the potency of Yajñapuruṣa. Understand. Your whole life is yajña. Your Satya Saṅkalpa matters. The time you spend in planet earth is dāna you give. Your body is the greatest weapon you carry. The time you spend in moving your body, using your body, is the dāna you do. Your time, your treasure, your talent: all these … can manifest something extraordinary which you never even imagine, if conscious intention is added, and if you cognize the possibility and powers of conscious intention!
The money given to buy ginger, don’t use it for dry ginger.