“Meditation is an adventure, an adventure into the unknown, the greatest adventure the human mind can take.
Meditation is just to be, not doing anything- no action, no thought, no emotion. You just are and it is a sheer delight. From where does this delight come when you are not doing anything? It comes from nowhere, or it comes from everywhere. It is uncaused, because existence is made of the stuff calledjoy. […]
Whenever you can find time for just being, drop all doing. Thinking is also doing, concentration is also doing, contemplation is also doing. […]
Once you have become aware of he way your being can remain undisturbed, then slowly you can start doing things, keeping alert that your being is not stirred. That is the second part of meditation- first, learning how just to be and then learning little actions: cleaning the floor, taking a shower, butkeeping yourself centered. Then you can do complicated things. […]
So meditation is not against action. It is not that you have to escape from life. It simply teaches you a new way of life: you become the center of the cyclone.