Ganesha Symbolism Day 10: Uneaten Modak
Today is the last day of the Ganesha Festival, it’s time to say goodbye to Lord Ganesha indeed, and it’s tough to say but pray him to come again soon next year. Before that, let’s understand the significance of Ganeshji’s favourite sweet food “Modak”. Have you observed that there is a plate of uneaten "modak" in front of Ganesha? Although he loves it, still he keeps it uneaten.
Modak signifies material object and we need materialistic objects at a certain level, over materialism is always harmful to us. Hence, Ganesha teaches us to avoid it.
What is materialism?
Many people on this earth, work only to possess material objects which can only get through money. They work round the clock and their life revolves around the money and materialistic objects like properties, cars, bigger sized luxurious homes, expensive latest gadgets and fashionable appeals and end numbers of things. They don’t have satisfaction whatever they have and always want something more. Once you own one thing then you need superior to that and the cycles go on and on. It shows over materialism.
What is the best way to check the love of materials?
Basically, it is a person’s mindset which decides how much the person has love to materialistic objects that can easily judge by the handwriting analysis. The way you write certain alphabets says the truth about the person that helps to take life’s crucial decisions like choosing a life partner.
How to control the materialism?
Extreme possessiveness of materials may mislead our life. People sometimes become blind and they just ruin their life to satisfy the thirst of materialism, which is impossible. To control the materialism, Grapho-therapy is an effective tool.
Experience the difference try grapho-therapy to change your life.