Viviktadesasevitvam:- A lonely and holy place, free from hustle, bustle and disturbances, is suitable for meditation, adoration, study of sacred books and other spiritual practices. So, it is proper for a striver, to carry on his spiritual practice for God-realization, in a lonely woodland or temple etc. But if he is unable to find such a lonely and holy place, he need not lose heart, in the least. He should realize, that he (Spirit) is different from the body (Matter). Even in a lonely woodland or temple or the bank of the Ganges, if he identifies himself with body, it means that he identifies himself with the world and, so there is not much use of a lonely place.
Real loneliness is that state in which the striver beholds nothing else, but the Lord or the self, and he realizes that he has no identity with the body, mind and senses etc., because these are evolutes of matter, while the self (Spirit), transcends matter (nature).
Aratirjanasatitsadi:- A striver, should have no inclination for worldly affairs. If anybody wants to discuss with us spiritual subjects, the desire to meet him is not, 'Aratirjanasamsad'i'. The company of men, attached to worldly enjoyment, is an obstacle to spiritual life, while the company of saints, exalted souls and strivers for God-realization, is helpful to spiritual practice. So, the former, not the latter, should be disliked and discarded, the latter is indispensable for spiritual progress. It has been said - a man should not keep company with attachment, but if detachment is not possible, he should keep company of noble persons, because, their company, is a good remedy for attachment. By their company, a striver develops detachment.