Listen now to the four types of desire. One desire is the deep sleep state, one is the dream state, the third is the waking state desire and the fourth is called the thin state. Inanimate objects or beings have the deep sleep desire. Transitioning beings like animals have the dream desire, they have no desire for knowledge. Sentient beings such as humans and gods have the waking state desire. These three states are not free and are qualities of the ignorant. The fourth, or thin desire, is for wise ones, meaning the ones in whom the reality of desire has been destroyed. They are in desire but they remain free.
When even this type of desire has subsided the world in front of you no longer remains.
When vaasanaaa, or the imaginary sense of desire arises from the Kundalini Shakti, then through the 5 elements and the 5 senses the appearance of the world takes place. The seed of the tree that is the form of the world is only this imaginary desire. The ten directions are the leaves of that tree. Good and bad deeds are its flowers, and animate and inanimate beings are its fruit. The soul gets the result of the types of desires it encounters. O Ram! Therefore give up imaginary desire that is the seed of a tree in the form of the world. Becoming desire-less is only what a human should strive for.