Diwali is one of the biggest Hindu festivals celebrated as a mark of victory of good over evil.

Lord Rama completed 14 years of exile to the forests and faced all the demons. He returned with his wife and younger brother by either conquering those demons or befriending them with his courage and wisdom.

Traditionally, homemade pure organic cotton buds dipped in pure ghee are lit to spread light in the darkness of night.

Metaphorically Diwali for our soul is to go inwards into the wilderness or forest of our inner self and face our inner demons with courage and wisdom. We can then dissolve our thoughts dipped in our own deep knowing/wisdom rather than external influences. Then we too can spread light in our inner dark spaces.

Wear the editor's hat and cut out what happened in the past and replace it with the new response. Past is gone, it is not coming back, but each time you go over it, you are recreating that emotion and living it again and again. So why not live it with the new ending that you can cherish and feel empowered with. Why watch a movie that upsets you? Change the story and dialogues as it is your movie, you are the producer, director, actor, and audience. Exercise your choice now!

We too can fill ourselves with our internal sweetness of unconditional love and acceptance by embracing every bit of us, in the true spirit of Diwali.

What you don't like from the past, know that you have the power to change it NOW!

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 Diwali 
The Festival of Dissolving the Darkness into Light

By: Sangeeta Maheshwari

      Certified Metaphysics Practioner

      Author | Inner Growth & Happiness Mentor

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