I am the One to take and not the One to give what you want as you want.
The difficulties in the Path can be overcome only if the aspirant has one-pointedness.
If the psychic energies are dissipated in worldly pursuits, the progress which he makes is very slow.
But one-pointedness implies dispassion concerning all the allurements of the phenomenal world.
The mind must have turned away from all temptations, and complete control should have been established over the senses.
Thus, control and dispassion are both necessary for being able to attain one-pointedness in respect of the search for true understanding.
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