It is not just money. But HINDU money. HINDU Money is money that comes into existence by being aligned with the cosmos. It is Lakshmi. Unlike the current modern understandings of money, it does not come from grabbing from others but by creating and by enriching the other beings and the universe. It is money that comes without violence and from the space of oneness.
All money in the current economic system is tainted with blood because of the fundamental belief that the universe is a zero-sum game. If you got some profit, then someone else suffered a loss. If you created something, it was taken from somewhere else. But in Hinduism our seers understood that life is abundance. Lakshmi is the living deity of that abundance - the understanding that one doesn't have to be violent to create wealth. In fact the contrary.
In Hinduism, wealth is of two forms - Sanga (Community) Nidhi (Wealth) and Paduma (Lotus) Nidhi (Wealth). Paduma Nidhi comes from the flowering inside - creativity. Sangha Nidhi comes from enriching others and collectively creating wealth. No other form of weath is recognized.
Currency today is used by Governments to steal money from citizens. By printing more and more money, the value of the existing money goes down and the Government has currency to spend - typically on its own re-election or other selfish goals. This is why many third world countries have an inflation rate of close to 10 percent. And potatoes cost 10 times more than what they did a decade ago. Contrast this to how Hindu Kings functioned. By giving more and more gold to temples, the gold was taken out of circulation and this increased the value of the gold held by people. Gold is the currency that was defined by Paramashiva. And by offering it to Paramashiva the value of Gold only went up and not down. Every gold offered to Venkateshwara in Tirupathi only made the value of gold go up. That was the great Hindu economics. While our Rishis and Kings understood that wealth can be continuously created out of nothing they also had compassion towards the people who relied on stored currency and pumped value back into their currency. The Gold in the temple constantly reminded people about the enlightened science of creating wealth from your own self. That is the difference between Hindu Money and modern money
Hindu money is the money created by following the principles of economy revealed by Paramashiva in Vedas and Agamas and Arthashashtra. Paramashiva and his descendants have talked elaborately about the economic principles. Paramashiva recognizes 3 layers of economics.
• In the first layer, anything that does not decrease in value by being shared should be freely available to all e.g. education, natural resources etc. That way the growth of the individual and the growth of the society is aligned.
• Secondly, anything required for day to day living should be paid for using "barter" - or in other words by their daily work. e.g. clothing, food, shelter. This encourages an active lifestyle for everyone and people cannot use their stored wealth to create scarcity for others' basic needs.
• In Sadashiva’s economy, stored currency or Gold only comes into play for other goods that are for luxury or entertainment or otherwise not essential.
Contrast this with the single one-size-fits-all economics of capitalists which has caused tremendous inequalities and injustice by making the means of progress like education and health care extremely expensive and un-affordable. Also, by placing daily needs and luxury goods in the same bucket, the cost of essential goods is subject to tremendous ups and downs leading to poverty and deaths due to starvation and non availability of medical care etc. The alternative, now defunct, communist economies which try to solve these problems but making everything into one bucket and priced by fiat has caused other problems - perhaps worse than that of the capitalists.
Paramashiva's system elegantly solves both the problems. It is at the same time extremely humane and compassionate without stiffing motivation, innovation and reward and also making sure the means of individual development and investment into the future generations are available without any economic considerations.
Further in the Hindu system the people at the top of the hierarchy - the brahmanas and sanyasis - are expected to work completely out of inspiration and enthusiasm to enrich the world without any vested self interest. Money makes people compromise on their integrity. If the integrity of the cosmic truths are compromised it is very costly. That is why the Hindu spiritual truth holders - brahmins and sanyasis, the think tanks of enlightened Hindu Civilization - to whom the cosmic trusts were endowed with were made to live with voluntary contribution and begging and never allowed to sell it or make money so that the purity is retained and not compromised for marketing. This guidance has ensured that the people at the top will not exploit the system continuously in their own favor - exactly what has happened with the world today where the top 1% who define the rules owns more than 90% of the power and wealth and this rift has only been increasing.
Hindus are the richest ethnic minority in all the major top 25 countries from USA to Australia. In all 25 communities Hindus are the richest community. Hindu economic principles make a human being rich. Till the barbarian invasion of the terrorist groups, we were the riches nation. Even after the swindling by the Mughals and the British, we were the richest nation in the world till 200 years back. But unfortunately the Hindu principles and practices of wealth are not being followed in India and that is why the economy of the country is suffering. Third world countries who adopted the modern economy has become more and more poor. If they had stuck to the original economic principles of Hinduism they would have remained at the top of the world economy. The fact that Hindus from India form the richest community outside of India is proof enough to show that Hindu economic principles are the best and they directly help individuals and the country at large become wealthy.
The Federal Reserve of Kailaasa organizes the wealth on these principles and practices so that the whole world can be rich.