And that we can read in the religious/mystical scriptures.
Maybe we need the world as a distraction?
No mystic could me explain why sex is not necessary, even we enjoy it...
And then comes their answer: Don't enjoy worldly pleasures.
So what, should we suffer when we have sex?
I think we suffer when we have sex. At the same time, we enjoy it.
Why should we not enjoy our sorrow?
Life is sorrow (Buddha) Amen...
Life is sorrow was the Christian trueness until the fall of Constantinople.
Still, it is true for all the other Religions.
Can we only experience bliss, divine love, God, Satchidananda, Samadhi, Satori when we renounce worldly pleasures?
This formula has never worked out ...
Regardless where I look the people love to suffer and look for reasons to suffer.
The Religions deliver that suffering and the people want more...
If we suffer, we experience our deep feelings.
If we don't have deeper emotions for a long time we long for sorrow...
The Religions give people a reason to suffer when they neglect worldly pleasures.
And so the sorrow is meaningful instead to suffer just for some worldly pleasures.
In any case, we have to suffer ...
The world and our worldly desires help us to discover the divine or our true self.
If we see the world as an expression of the creator, then the world becomes meaningful.
What is inside is outside. What we see outside is always inside even more it starts inside.
How can we purify us if we don't know what is inside of ourselves when we suppress our worldly desires/feelings/lust?
The world is a reflection of us and helps us to purify us from our negativity.
We can enter the spiritual realm when we:
1.) Deep relax.
2.) Have faith in God or our spiritual teacher.
3.) Make the right spiritual exercises at best and not just so....
4.) Go in the flow through body exercises.
5.) Total exhaust our body through sport, dancing, or spiritual exercises.
6.) Try our best to get rid of our negative suppressed emotions and thoughts.
And this has nothing do do with "the world is a distraction"...
The spiritual realm is for everybody open!