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Follow The Money

Who gives it (money to Adidam and the Samrajya)?

For what purpose?

How is it spent?

What are the indicators of the money being managed, invested and used wisely for agreed upon purposes?

Is there disclosure and transparency?

Who is the "boss"?

Who are the middle men/women and executers?

Who are the educated and uneducated followers?

Is there accountability to the whole, the "all of us" responsible to ensure the integrity of a right relationship to money and it's use  altogether? 


Bright Adi Da: When there is a grasping, fearful attitude toward money, equating money with personal survival, then the psycho-physical nature of money as energy is blocked. Thus, whether money is available or not is, ultimately, a Yogic matter.

The process beyond the first three stages of life has to do with participation in the dimension of energy. Money is energy. Money will manifest only through a shift in the level of energy in your individual and collective lives.


Adi Da: Never Become Weak In Managing The practical Affairs That Are Necessary To Secure The “Radical” Reality-Way Of The Heart In Perpetuity. Always Undermine the conventional “point of view” that, If one Is “Spiritual”, one (Inherently) Has Nothing To Do With money. Always Allow A Positive Understanding Of money To Be Openly Communicated Throughout The Global Cooperative Cultural Gathering Of My Devotees. Therefore, Always Create Arrangements That Support Your individual and Collective Responsibility For money. Do This Maximally and Collectively. Such Responsibility Is A Real and Most Serious Dimension Of Right Practice Of The Only-By-Me Revealed and Given “Radical” Reality-Way Of The Heart. Understand Your Responsibility.


Avatar Adi Da Samraj - (Sutra 31, The Dawn Horse Testamant): The domain of money, as with food and sex, is about unlocking the cramp in what I call "the vital" (centered in the solar plexus) — so that the life-force can enter the body and flow unobstructed.

When there is a grasping, fearful attitude toward money, equating money with personal survival, then the psycho-physical nature of money as energy is blocked. Thus, whether money is available or not is, ultimately, a Yogic matter.

The process beyond the first three stages of life has to do with participation in the dimension of energy. Money is energy. Money will manifest only through a shift in the level of energy in your individual and collective lives.


Avatar Adi Da Samraj: As My devotee, you should live in a community where you share all the goods and energies of life. Everyone should live as well as possible, but the concepts of sharing and cooperation are basic to equalizing the trends toward egoic accumulation as well as basic to releasing you from relational bondage. . .

As My devotee, your fundamental activity is not to accumulate but to eliminate, to release, to stand free. . .

The ego is the principle of accumulation, the self-bound knot, the "castle in the air", the superior, self-protected adversary of all other beings. Therefore, understand yourself Spiritually, and in real human terms begin to practice a personal discipline that characterizes true renunciation, or commitment to Happiness rather than emptiness, and on that basis, become capable of a different way of living with other people whereby many great and beautiful things can be created and enjoyed by everyone.


Avatar Adi Da Samraj from "The Taboo Against Owning and Knowing Too Much":

Create a stable practical and financial basis for the community of My devotees — for instance, by buying properties with others of My devotees so that you do not pay rent; and by creating community businesses to keep money within the community. If you fail to create such a stable foundation for this community, you undermine My Work.


Avatar Adi Da Samraj: Although the businesses that can be established as community businesses will depend on the resources in each [regional] community, you should work to create your own businesses so that My devotees may earn their living within the community of the Way of Adidam rather than working for conventional enterprises.





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