Bhagavad Gita Sense Objects Quotes
2:14 O Arjuna, these impermanent ideas of pleasure-Pain, heat-cold arise from the contact of the senses with the sense objects, these ideas are limited by a beginning and an end, they are transitory, endure them with patience, O Arjuna.
2:15 O best one among men (Arjuna), he who is not ruffled by these (contact of the senses) and remains even minded in happiness and suffering, he is eligible for liberation.
2:44 Those whose minds are attached to wealth & sense indulgence, and those whose intellect is easily hijacked(by hormones and restless mind), there is no unwavering determination in them.
2:58 When One withdraws his senses from the sense objects (into himself), like a tortoise withdraws its limbs (into itself), his wisdom is steady
2:59 The embodied being can (physically) restrain the senses but the craving for the sense objects doesn't go away, When the supreme state of Consciousness is experienced that too goes.