There is no need to go anywhere—just become a great container of energy. The first thing is: drop useless activities… minimize; all that is useless cancel it. Because each person is born with infinite capacities, but we dissipate those capacities and then we remain poor, beggarly. We live like beggars and we die like beggars. But we are not born beggars; we are born emperors. Then we start losing our treasures in utterly futile activities.
You don’t know how much we dissipate when we are anxious, when we are tense. You don’t know how much we dissipate when we go on thinking utterly foolish and mad thoughts. Now there are ways to measure it. Fifteen minutes of anxiety dissipates as much energy as one hour’s physical activity—digging a hole in the garden or chopping wood for one hour. Fifteen minutes of anxiety dissipates as much energy as you will dissipate in one hour’s chopping of wood. And after one hour you will at least have chopped wood with you, but after fifteen minutes of anxiety, nothing—just an empty person, lost, angry with himself, boiling, almost in a state of madness.
So first one has to drop all unnecessary physical activities, then all unnecessary mental activities.
This is the path of meditation. Slowly slowly you conserve so much that one day you have so much that it starts overflowing out of no motivation at all.
When energy flows, overflows, without any motivation, it becomes delight. That is the moment when you have started pouring into God. And the moment you start pouring into God, God starts pouring into you—it happens simultaneously.
Simply remain still, silent, absorbing, and the energy will accumulate, will become a reservoir, and one day it starts overflowing for no reason at all—not that it is going to search for anything, not that it has any motivation, not that it has any goal, nothing… for no reason at all but simply because it is too much and you cannot contain it. And it is not that you are trying to pour it into existence, no. It is happening on its own—you are just a watcher. And there is delight, and there is celebration.