According to the Bhagavad Gita there are two types of delusion that keep us from realizing our true soul nature—one is Maya—the cosmic illusion of the material world. The other is Avidya, which is each person's own personal delusion. Avidya refers to one's inner demons—that negative, chattering voice in your head (like an annoying roommate) that undermines your sense of peace and happiness. This song is a conversation with Avidya, acknowledging her presence, showing her compassion, but making a conscious soul-guided decision to prevent her from completely taking over the show. I love how the vocal and the cello have a musical dialog in this song. Extraordinary playing and interpretation by the cellist Phil Norman.