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baba, let me trouble you some more with my questions. i mean, for example, when i was in calcutta, in your blessed presence these desires did not touch me for a long time.but as you had already mentioned to me, they are a part of me, i cannot totally anhiliate them..anhiliating them means anhiliating myself.so i have accepted that they will keep on troubling me for a long time to come.but is there a way out? just as i have read in the books..they say that when the boat is anchored, no matter how much the waves hit it, it moves and moves but still remains anchored..or as they way though the surface of the sea is full of high tides and storms, the deppth is calm and peaceful…is there any way by which i can make the Presence a deep anchor within my self…so that even if the subconscious mind pushes me hard..i still remain anchored..in the presence.and so..since a constant physical presence of any entity..even of the divine is practically impossible..is there anything else..mental or spiritual that can be done…and one more thing..some say that these two very strong desires..for intoxication and conjugal unity..both indicate that i am seeking something else..saomething apart from the body..that is why these desires are very strong..because in both we tend to forget ourselves for atleast some moment of time…is this theory correct..if it is correct…then i will have to wait for the Light to take over me…for these desires to go away completely…because onlly then will i be aware of the oneness of everything and be free of physical bondage/limitation…can you please shed some ideas over these issues baba…always on your feet..sarvesh
ClosedShivangi Singhadmin answered 1 year ago • 
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