There are two kinds of chanting of the Holy Name. One is mechanical, or forced by practice—sadhana—and the other is spontaneous welling up out of the heart automatically—just like two kinds of wells. One you have to force the water up out of the ground with a pump, and the other, artesian, water gushes forth from the ground automatically.
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