Shreejimaharaj mentions that if the eight aspects are good, a person’s intellect becomes pure. If these eight are evil, a person’s intellect becomes malignant .Someone who seeks salvation should not place emphasis on deeds, like an atheist does. Shreejimaharaj states that one should not place emphasis on the strength of one’s deeds and should seek favourable places, time etc. When a soul exists within a good place, in the form of a body, the auspicious virtues,such as integrity, contentment, mercy and religious decree, prevail. When a soul occupies an evil place, in the form of such a body, then, evil traits, such as lust (kaam), anger (krodh),greed (lobh), infatuation (moh), arrogance (mad) and resentment (matsar), flourish. An association with the mind, actions and words, should only be with God and His disciples, through which a soul attains salvation. However, one should never associate with a sinner. Shreejimaharaj explains other related nuances in response to other questions by Santos.