The Divine is the only kith and kin of the Yogis (spiritually advanced souls). They know no other. They do not entertain any other urge, attachment, or desire. God is their all in all. They will not be affected by grief or joy, failure or success. They experience only one unbroken, unchallenged stream of bliss. For those firmly established in this state, the world and its ups and downs appear trivial and illusory. They counter the pulls of the senses and face the fascinations of the world without any agitation of mind. They are also vigilant against the temptations held before them by the senses, and turning them aside, they approach the Divine and seek strength and solace there. Their actions, thoughts, and words reveal the vision they have experienced. This is the Paramartha Drishti, the Supravision, where all the five elements are present as the Divine itself and all beings, man, beast, bird, and worm are emanations from God and therefore fully Divine.