When you love someone you are constantly thinking of them. You are always happy when you are in love. You feel elated. Your face has a glow and everyone around you notices how happy you are.
Best of all when we truly love we do not expect anything in return.
Most of us have experienced this at some point in our lives.
Now imagine if we did everything everyday with this love. Imagine the positive energy we will emanate. Imagine the impact this would have on not just ourselves and our family but all those we come into contact with on a daily basis.
What if we do our Sadhana everyday with this love?
If we practise a Sadhana such as Atma Kriya Yoga with love and just like a person who truly loves and expects nothing in return, then imagine what benefit our Sadhana will be not just to us but those around us.
In the Shreemad Bhagavad Gita chapter 2, verse 47, Lord Krishna says that we all have a right to perform an action but we should not be concerned about the fruits of our action.
Just like Lord Krishna says in the Shreemad Bhagavad Gita, we should perform our Sadhana but not expect anything. This will be more beneficial to us.
Paramahamsa Vishwananda says, "Atma Kriya Yoga is a Prayer in Itself".
If one asks ourselves, " why do we pray?" We pray because we sincerely long for something or we pray because we wish good upon ourselves and those we love.
Atma Kriya Yoga is a Prayer in Itself. Atma Kriya Yoga is Love.
When we practise Atma Kriya Yoga regularly, this becomes a Prayer. Practising without expectation is Love.