In his mind’s eye, Mohan saw a large sphere of universal energy. This is ever serene, peaceful, and pure energy, with no turbulence of any kind. Next, he sees a part of this energy develops some turbulence and starts to drift away. In some time, the drift becomes almost like another pole of that energy. As the two poles were now unable to coexist, this part of the universal energy splits into another (say B). Just at the time of split, B goes through turmoil of emotions. On one hand, It is happy for being independent from the original sphere (say A); on another it has developed guilt for being responsible for A’s split. Mohan saw A as the formless or masculine and B as form or feminine.
Over the period of time, he had started noticing people around him behaving in a cautious manner with him. They were either agreeing to whatever he said or were expressing their disagreement in a soft and cautious tone. Many people had started limiting their interaction with him to just greetings and smiles, without engaging into any discussion. Mohan was quick to catch these signals and understood that he had got some introspection to do.