In the pantheon of Hinduism, Lord Ganesha holds the unique position of being the first lord to be worshipped. Whether it is any occasion or a religious ceremony, Ganesh puja is a must. In India, the 10 days of Ganesh Chaturthi are celebrated with fun, joy, and optimism for the future. Ganesh’s idol is adorned in every workplace. Have you ever wondered why? This is because of all the essential, eternal lessons Lord Ganesha offers; he is worshipped to solve all financial problems and bring prosperity and wealth. Read on to learn more about the five eternal financial lessons Lord Ganesha provides his devotees.
Be willing to listen to everyone and remain focused.
When you start planning your finances, you need to get the comprehensive picture right and, at the same time, also make your investment plan in an organized way. In the financial market, the best way to get a view of the bigger picture is by listening to the viewpoints of different individuals. Lord Ganesha also resembles the same. His large ears signify the willingness to listen to everyone, while his small and keen eyes resemble the desire to stay focused on a specific goal. When it comes to your decisions related to your financial planning, you need to weigh down the options and select the right decision. Once the decisions are made, you need to use all your resources and energies to make your decision based on your unique needs. This is the first lesson Lord Ganesha teaches us.
Always strive to learn and use your knowledge to earn the most.
Lord Ganesha is well known for his intellect and wisdom. Again, his large ears and small eyes signify the importance of gathering knowledge from your surroundings by observing and listening. Having the right knowledge and skills is the right step toward your chance to earn more. To be financially stable, you should thoroughly understand financial matters and equip yourself with the proper financial knowledge. So, learn, invest, earn more and save prudently.
Adaptability is the key to success in a financial matter.
Charles Darwin pointed out many centuries ago that the most adaptable species survive the longest. So, if you want your financial plan to survive through the thick and thin of the volatile market, then your plans need to be flexible and adaptable. This is taught by the trunk of lord Ganesha which is the perfect illustration of adaptability and flexibility. The trunk signifies the power and strength of lord Ganesha. The trunk also allows lord Ganesha to perform many complicated and delicate tasks. So, if you want to invest in the financial market, you should also build your strategies accordingly so that they can adapt to all kinds of markets. You should be ready to alter your thinking as the tides change.
Always thirst for risk, but follow your head, not your heart.
One of the essential lessons which every investor should follow is to remain logical rather than impulsive. But you should continually develop the ability to take on risks since growth is impossible without them. You might wonder how to wonder about both of these contradictory aspects. Lord Ganesha will solve your query. The sumptuous belly of Lord Ganesha resembles the risk appetite. But, it also represents the difference between risk appetite and risk capacity. With this, Lord Ganesha teaches all investors to take risks and measures their outcomes and the risk capacity one can take. When you take any chances, it should be driven with a thorough analysis.
Always remain humble and never try to outsmart the financial market.
Whenever we make the right decisions in the financial market, we become super confident with our approach the next moment. Lord Ganesha constantly taught everyone the lessons of modesty. Despite owning supreme powers, Lord Ganesha always has a humble mouse (mushika) as his vehicle. Lord Ganesha teaches that good times never last long, but good ideas and strategies will always remain. Remain humble when investing and have faith in your strategy.
So, this year, as you celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi, do not merely enjoy but instead focus on the crucial lessons Lord Ganesha wants to convey.