To win the internal enemies like carnal desires etc. means to discard such enemies. Bhagwan says, 'There are three gates of hell destroying soul : Kama (carnal desires), Krodha (anger) and Lobha (greed), therefore, these three should be discarded. And Bhagwan had asked particularly about Kama (carnal desires) to leave it immediately: 'The Kama (carnal desires) and Krodha (anger) which are born of Rajas Guna are like a monsterous python and great sin, and should be recognized as great enemy. As a fire becomes dull due to a smoke enveloping it, and a mirror looks dirty due to the dirt covering it, and a foetus is covered by flesh, similarly this whole is covered by carnal desire. The knowledge of an enlightened one, is covered by the born enemy and ever hungry Kama (carnal desires). Oh Arjuna! Sense organs, mind and intellect are the tools-weapons of such Kama, and by these tools or weapons it veils-covers-the real knowledge and traps the man in Moha (spiritual ignorance). Therefore, Oh Arjuna! You control your sense organs and leave this sinful killer of ultimate knowledge. The indriyas (sense organs) are said to be beyond reach, the mind is beyond sense organs, the intellect is even beyond the mind Atma (soul) is beyond the intellect, know this Atma (soul) as beyond the reach and control such Atma (soul) with the help of Atma (soul). Oh Mahabaho! Thus by controlling soul, banish your undefeatable Kama (carnal desires) from within : Shrimad Bhagwat asks particularly for the banishment of Kama (carnal desires) and Krodha (anger): Oh King! As a medicine removes a disease, remove by listening the scriptures, the instinct of anger wich is an obstacle on your path of self benediction, you would be benedicted, because an angry man generates anxiety and fury in this Loka, therefore, a spiritually wise should aspire fearlessness and should not surrender to the anger.
Moreover, it is said, 'Hunger and thirst causes the end of carnal desires (Kama) and the rise of the fruits of the destroyed carnal desires, causes the end of the anger, but the greed in a man never diminishes even after capturing whole earth and space. Oh king! Even the well knowledgeables, great pritual guides, and great faculty heads are consigned to hell due to their dissatisfaction. The dissatisfaction in carnal desire and desire for sanse objects
is the cause of life and death. Moksha (salvation) means to be happy and satisfied by the reward of the destiny, a fraction of the greed destroys even purest fame of famous ones and destroys praiseworthy virtues of a virtuous one, like the disease of leprosy destroying the charms of a body. In Aapad Dharma of Bharat it is said elaborately that the greed should be removed as it the root of all sins, know more about this from that scripture. Narada has shown in Shrimad Bhagwat the ways, to overpower inner enemies: win your Kama (carnal desires) by mental steadfastness, defeat anger by forsaking carnal desires, sense objects should be discarded by thinking on their vicious effects, greed and fear should be discarded by concentrating on Ultimate entity, Shoka (sorrow) and Moha (spiritual ignorance) should be removed by worshipping spiritually greats, obstacles of the Yoga should be removed by Moksha (emancipation) and violence should be overpowered by detachment toward physical being.