Sitting silently, doing nothing, start swaying in a kind of inner dance and start saying ‘Yes… yes…’ Go into it. Let it come from your very heart. Let it spread over your whole being. Let it throb in your heartbeat, let it pulsate in your blood. Let it electrify you, this ‘yes’, and you will be surprised: for the first time you have tasted what prayer is. Happyho also provide best Meditation classes in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
The English word ‘yes’ can become a great mantra. It is. The very sound of it is yea-saying, the very SOUND OF it creates an affirmation in the heart. Say no — try the polar opposite sometimes — sitting silently, say ‘no… no…’ Go into it. Let your whole being say no, and you will see the difference. When you say no you will be angry. When you go on saying no you will become enraged. When you go on saying no you will feel that you are cut from existence, separate, isolated, alienated — the bridge has disappeared. And particularly the modern mind is a no-saying mind. Descartes, the French philosopher, has said Cogito ergo sum: I think therefore I am. The modern mind says: I say NO therefore I am. It is a no-saying mind, it goes on saying no. ‘No’ creates the ego. You cannot Create the ego without saying no. You can create the ego only by saying no more and more.
Ego separates, ego makes you irreligious, because ego takes you away from the whole, and you start thinking you are a whole unto yourself. You forget that you exist in an immense complexity, that you are part of a vast universe, that you are not an island — ‘No man is an island…’ We are all parts of an infinite continent.
Yes-saying bridges you with the continent. Yes-saying bridges you with God.
*Say yes more and you will become more religious.*
Let ‘yes’ be your church, your temple.