Paravipras Are The Real Leaders Of Society with no Interests For Selfish Gain or Desires

Leadership is a quality in a person.  It is just like charisma.  Charisma (“God is with him”) actually comes from Christ, Krishna, Christus.  Leadership comes from having charisma.

Of course, it does not come easily to a person.  It is not something that you come to the world and you are a leader.  Probably you have been meditating for many lifetimes.  You have overcome some parts of yourself that had to be overcome.

A leader is probably more concerned about perfecting himself.  He examines his motives and his abilities, “Why do I want to do this?  Why do I want to take the people with me where I am going?”

A leader means, he who takes others with him somewhere, because if there is nowhere to go, why do they need a leader?  Everyone can stay where they are.  So a leader means to take some people with him where he goes.

The first step is to know what the goal is, “Where are we going?”  The next step is to know how to get there.  You should have gone there before so you can take others with you.

If you do not have a goal, you are going to take the people and just go in a circle over and over again, and you will go nowhere.  So leadership can also be from three kinds.  It can be from ignorance, passion, or knowledge.

If a leader does not know where he or she is going, takes the people around in circles and never takes them anywhere, how good is that leader?  That is leadership from ignorance.  If a leader has charisma and he or she uses that for financial gain, for her or his own lower nature, passion and things like that, then that is from passion.

But a leader who knows where he is going, takes other people with him where he is going, and is going to a good place (good means God), is a good leader.  That is leadership from knowledge.

Those are the leaders we are trying to create in the Mission, leaders who want to take humanity to God.  They want to show the way to Him.  It is good to follow Him because God is Good.


So leadership is a quality.  It is an energy.  It is the ability to discern, the ability to find the way and show the way to other people.


Of course, according to the gifts of the Spirit, each person has different abilities.  But those abilities we consider as mundane do not have to be looked down upon.  Even a garbage collector can be a realized person.  You can be a president and not be a realized person.

What we are trying to do is to spread this word.  We are not saying that everyone is going to be a leader.  Not everyone is going to become a Paravipra.  Everyone has the right to live but not to lead.  Not everyone is going to be president.

We are going to have the garbage collectors.  We are going to have the presidents.  But hopefully with these teachings, with the meditation, and with the realization of the people, more and more the people will realize that the goal of their lives is to be(come) Divine.

That is the goal of the life.  The goal of the life is not to become a president.  The goal of the life is not to be a lawyer, a doctor, a teacher, a garbage collector, a policeman, or anything like that.  That is not the goal.

The goal of my life is to become Divine.  Now if I am a president and I am Divine, then I am a Divine President.  If I am a doctor and I am Divine also, then I am a Divine Doctor.  If I am a garbage collector and at the same time I am Divine, I am a Divine Garbage Collector.

That is why the mantra we give out is, “Haree Om Shrii Hung, Om Nam Kevalam.”  It means, “The Goal Of The Life Is To Be(come) Divine, That Divinity (God) Is Everything.”


In the system that we are going to create from the communities, there will be four different bodies.  There will be an administrative body, a judiciary body, a legislative body, and the Elders.

We are creating communities.  These communities are based on twelve people, six couples.  These first six couples make up the first level, or base, of the community.  Twelve of these six couples make up the second level of the community.  Twelve of such twelve groups, which is around 2,000 people, will create one community.

From this community, we are going to choose the people who are going to be in the judiciary and administrative bodies.  The legislative body will be chosen by vote.  Then the Elders will emerge from these three bodies.  So we are going to have four bodies in this system.

Right from the very first look, we see that these communities are not just isolated communities.  These communities are based on a system.  We build them to create a hierarchy, a system, which is going to emerge from these communities.

Now when six families are living in such close quarters, after awhile they know everything about each other.  When a person emerges from these six couples as a leader, that person should be a pretty worthy person, a person whom other people can respect.  Other people understand that he is caring, he is sharing, and he is willing to lend a helping hand to the other eleven people.  Such a person emerges from these twelve people.  He is not voted in.  He emerges and is selected by a group who knows him, or her, well.

It is not something where you just shake hands with a couple of people in the street, you advertise your name, and you talk about the issues.  You can even change your mind if you want to after you are elected.  The people who selected you can also vote you out, if they choose to do that.

But the people personally know this person.  They are living with him.  They are eating with him.  They are talking with him.  They are being with him.  After six months or one year, they pretty much know even the slightest thing about the other person and what he does.  Is he pure, does he understand, is he compassionate, is he effective, etc.?  So one person emerges from these twelve people as a person accepted by the other eleven as an effective person, as an administrative person.

Also, usually in a group, there are some people who are more meditative.  They might not have administrative abilities.  They might not be able to organize, but their spirit is good, their spirit is just, their spirit is meditative.  Such people also emerge from these twelve people as the judge of the twelve.  If there is a problem, or something comes up that they want to discuss and solve, they can bring the problem to the judge who they chose among themselves and solve their problem.

So each six couples have one leader emerge from them, and one person is accepted to be their judge.  They can organize themselves by having this leader, and also they can bring justice to themselves by having their judge.


Right there you can see that you have a community that can easily be organized, and can easily solve their problems within themselves.  Every time something small happens, they really do not need to take it to the small claims court, or go to a judge.  So a lot of expenses are cut right there from the governmental budget.  They do not need those things (or not as much).  They can take care of small problems themselves.


From twelve such leaders in each twelve person base, one person is going to emerge as the leader of the one unit (one twelve-twelve level of community).  These people also have to live together, be together, know one another and eventually one will emerge to the second level, and to the third level, until one person emerges as the community leader.

The person who emerges as the community leader has gone through three levels of examination, understanding, and being very well-scrutinized by the people around him and all of the community.  So when he emerges as the community leader, he should be a pretty good person, a well-rounded adjusted person.  Then from these communities, some people are going to emerge as leaders of the districts, counties, states, regions, etc.  (For more information about the proposed system given by Maitreya, refer to the book Mount Zion and Zion, and Explanation of The System in THOTH.)


A leader cannot walk you to the road; he can show the way.  He can say, “This is the way to go.”  Probably he starts walking, and you can either stay and not follow him (you fall away and never catch up), or you can start walking with him.  You say, “He knows what he is doing, I should go with him.”


There was once a yogi.  A lady came to him and said, “Who do you think you are that everyone follows you?”  He started walking and she followed him [all laughing].


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