Sri Chinmoy: In this case he should try to make his mind absolutely calm and quiet when he wants to meditate. Then, if he sees that there are some good thoughts arising in his mind, he should let these good thoughts play in his mind. If he has thoughts of love, joy, peace, and bliss, then he can let these thoughts grow and play in his mind or in his heart. But if he has thoughts of fear, doubt, jealousy, insecurity and other negative forces, then he should try to destroy them immediately. He has to feel that his mind is his door. He has quite a few friends and quite a few enemies who are trying to come in, but he will allow only his friends to enter the door, not his enemies. His friends are love, joy, peace, bliss and so forth. This is the simplest form of meditation.
Question: If someone does not want to study spiritual books and does not want to go to a spiritual Master, then what should he do?
Sri Chinmoy, AUM — Vol.II-3, No. 2, February 27, 1976.First published by Vishma Press in 1976.
This is the 9105th book that Sri Chinmoy has written since he came to the West, in 1964.