20 of 108 DEEPYOGA.CA • DR. PANKAJ SETH, ND
The absolute yearns for nothing other than itself. Desire is not to be abandoned but elevated to the level of this pure will (icchamatra). This is achieved not by restraint or suppression of desire, but by merging it with the divine creative will of the absolute. This is the spontaneity of the Way of Wholeness. Quotes Jayaratha: Those who went before said that [desire] is checked by the practice of dispassion; we teach that this is achieved by desisting from all effort.

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