Yoga Väsiştha Săra Sangraha

एवमुक्तो वसिष्ठेन रामो दाशरथिस्तदा।
सर्वैषणा-विनिर्मुक्तो विनयादिदमब्रवीत् ॥

Thus instructed by Vasistha-ji, Rāma, the son of Dasaratha, who was freed from all desires, replied with humility.

Śri Rāma awoke from his samādhi and listened with attention to Vasiştha-ji.

sarvaişaņā-vinirmuktaḥ - Free from all desires,

A person has innumerable desires. These are categorized into three.

a) vittaişaņā -- the desire for wealth, possessions, security and comfort.

b) putraişaņā -- the desire for progeny, relations, pleasure.

c) lokaişaņā -- the desire for name, fame, status, recognition, power and heaven.

One or the other of these dominates our lives. A seeker of Truth may overcome the desire for wealth and progeny but the desire for name and recognition may still remain deep-rooted. Śri Rāma was free from all the three types of desires.

*vinayād idam abravīt* -- He spoke with humility. For the ignorant people a few university degrees and the knowledge of some information bring pride. They feel superior to others and look down upon those with a little less knowledge.

However, only true knowledge brings humility (vidyā dadāti vinayam).

Srī Rāma was already humble by nature and with Self-knowledge he became totally egoless.

Jai Shree Ram

Ref. -
Yoga Vashishtha Saar Sangraha, Chapter 7, Verse 12
Swami Tejomayananda Ji