I recently read an answer on here referencing a sutra that states "animal arts" such as performing any form of divination constitutes wrong livelihood which should be abstained from. What I'm wondering is which of these possible interpretations is most correct:
- Only monks need to abstain from engaging in these activities, and laypeople can do as they will.
- Laypeople should also abstain from engaging in these activities to make money, but using them for fun / as a pastime is fine.
- Everyone should abstain from these activities, regardless of any other factors.
Or is there another interpretation altogether?