A golden remedy for Dussehra
Ramayana is a science in itself. Last year, the Ramayana Theorem was an attempt to rekindle the spirit of Ramayana through a mathematical and logical explanation. On this beautiful day of Vijayadashami, a year from the Ramayana Theorem, I decided to dedicate another post to the most powerful being who ever stepped on Mother Earth. A being who followed principles through every breath of his life, always showed compassion and fought for justice and equality. He left his home as a Prince just a night before being crowned King and returned 14 years later as Maryada Purushottam (a symbol of righteousness and honour) to regain his kingdom - only this time more purposeful than the last time.
The golden deer which Maa Sita asked Lord Rama was the seed of the event which triggered the entire journey towards Lanka and the meeting of Hanuman and Rama to defeat the ten headed Dashanan- Raavan. The desire of the golden deer by Maa Sita, the desire of fulfilling the wife's desire, the desire to protect the brother ( reference to Lakshman ji) and the desire to deceive someone else's wife for revenge were operating at the same time in the cosmic timestamp. Every desire got fulfilled that day but it gave rise to a chain of events which led to the celebrations of Dussehra and Diwali.
Dussehra is a festival to celebrate the conquest of the desires and to let go of the ego. The ten heads of the Raavan are symbolic and manifest in everyone's mind ( in some heads more than the others :) ).
One of the best remedies on Dussehra is to let go of the golden deer i.e. at least one bad habit and pick up a good one. From Dussehra to Diwali, try it for 21 days and see the results.
Revenge, hatred, racism, jealousy, sexism or any such head of Ravana are good to be burnt today and then walk towards Ayudhya over the next 21 days. There is a whole city of Ayudhya waiting for the Rama within if only one has the courage to burn down that Ravana.
Good Luck! Jai Shri Ram.
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