The whole principle of this yoga is to give oneself entirely to the Divine alone and to nobody and nothing else, therefore there can be no place for vital relations or interchanges with others; any such relation or interchange immediately ties down the soul to the lower consciousness and its lower nature, prevents the true and full union with the Divine and hampers both the ascent to the supramental Truth-Consciousness and the descent of the supramental Ishwara Shakti. No error can be more perilous than to accept the immixture of the sexual desire and some kind of subtle satisfaction of it and look on this as a part of the sadhana. It would be the most effective way to head straight towards spiritual downfall. The true divine Ananda in the physical has a different quality and movement and substance, self-existent in its essence, its manifestation is dependent only on an inner union with the Divine.
The vital plane has to be known and their powers met when need be but not accepted; our business is with the supramental and with the vital only when it is supramentalised and until then we have to always to be on our guard against any lures from that other quarter.
It is flesh that calls to flesh to serve its lust;
It is thy mind that seeks an answering mind
And dreams awhile that it has found its mate.