Worship nature. To go into a church is to go into something man-made. Go into the forest, go to the river, go to the ocean. Then you are going to something God-made, and God is closer when you are close to his creation. To worship his creation is the only way to worship him. He is invisible, but his creation is visible. His creation has to become the bridge.
By worshipping his creation, slowly, slowly, you will become aware of his tremendous presence. He is present around a tree, around a rock, around a man, around a woman. But first worship, because worship will help you to see the presence, the invisible presence. Then it becomes almost visible, almost tangible. You can touch it.
And the moment you are able to feel it so deeply, it transforms you. You become part of it; you melt and merge with it.