When one sees a desire having risen, one should immediately end it. One will then be absorbed in the very place from which the desire arose.Verse 96, Vigyan Bhairava Tantra
Using The Energy of Desire
A desire can be an urge, or a thought, or a feeling. Basically, all desires are a form of energy. Energy that is flowing, energy that has been increased. The verse says that the moment one observes a desire having arisen, one should immediately end it. When you immediately end a desire, or suddenly stop it, this energy that has arisen has to go somewhere. It has no choice, but to return to its Source. All energy comes from God. When you suddenly stop a desire, this energy has to return to God. As it returns to God, it takes you with it. One will then be absorbed in the very place from which the desire arose .
The emphasis is on immediately ending a desire. When you suddenly end a desire, you block it with greater force. That is when this energy rushes back to its source. When you end a desire, you must remain aware. That is how you will return with this energy to God. If you end a desire and start thinking again, then the energy of the desire will be changed to the energy of your new thoughts. Energy then, will no longer go back to its source. It will only take on new forms.