It happens in the beginning. When you are close to me you start moving with me. When you go away, you again take your reins in your hands – and your reins are shaky, you cannot depend on them yet. Soon you will be able to. It is just like when a small child starts walking. When the father or mother is holding his hands he walks perfectly well and with confidence – so he doesn’t fall. Then he wants to let go of the hand because he feels that now he doesn’t need to be dependent – and then he immediately falls over because he is on his own, and he wavers. That is natural.
Don’t be in a hurry to leave go of my hand. When you are ready I will leave myself. Good.