The chief means to detach your mind from distractions and attach yourselves to the search of God are communion with God (Yoga) and sacrifice (Tyaga). Kama (desire) has to be got rid of by Tyaga, and Rama (God) has to be secured by Yoga. Desire discolours the intelligence, perverts judgement, sharpens the appetites of the senses, and leads to a false attraction of the objective world. When desire disappears or is concentrated on God, intelligence becomes self-luminous, and shines in its pristine splendour. That splendour reveals the God within and in the world outside. That is true realisation of the Self (Atma Sakshatkara). I bless you that you succeed in your sadhana (spiritual practices). If you are not practicing any now, I advise you to take up simple namasmarana (reciting the divine name), along with reverence towards parents, elders and teachers, and rendering service to the poor and the sick.