Shreejimaharaj explains about the five senses. A disciple and an averse person have five senses but there is a difference. A sensual person enjoys the worldly pleasures not associated with God. A disciple on the other hand has got objective for ears to listen to discourses, skin to touch God's feet, eyes to do darshan, nose to smell fragrance of flowers offered to God. Shreejimaharaj says that one should become smitten by listening to the discourses of God and devotional songs, etc., and remain at the nest and peg, in the form of God’s Murti. Lord says that when the sattva attribute is prevalent, one should meditate on God by having an inclination only towards one’s own antah-karans (antar-vrutti), but not when the rajas or tamas attributes are prevalent. When the rajas attribute prevails, one should worship God whilst recognising that he is the soul, and separate from the antah-karans; but he should not feel at all oppressed by any thoughts that arise.