We should chant like a baby bird, who is without wings, without father and mother.
Take His name with great pleasure and chant, and if tears fall from your eyes, then you have cried out to his name the right way.
When one chants God’s name with sincere, offenseless attention then all of the inclination for selfish enjoyments which gives birth to sinful desires, they are cleansed from the heart.
In rice paddy filed sometimes the bird comes to eat the rice if we clap the hands, the birds fly away so when you clap your hands and chant Hare Krishna, our sins fly away like the birds. When we chant Hari, Krishna will take away the garbage.
In other types of yoga processes one does all types of austerity, meditation and penances and finally at the end one gets the samadhi like when we are going through the meal like in Bengal system we eat the bitter first and the sweet is the last like the samadhi- the ecstacy. However Srila Prabhupada said Lord Caitanya is so merciful that He gives us the dessert first like the kids would like to have the apple pie or ice-cream first, then deal with the spinach some other time, if at all. Similarly Lord Caitanya gives us the taste first-the nectar, so that way we already get little taste of bliss then gets us into the main course which is the whole process of bhakti yoga. When we are chanting the holy name by the mercy of the Lord the bliss awakens in our heart.
One's memory of Krishna is revived by chanting the Hare Krishna maha-mantra. By this practice of chanting and hearing the sound vibration of the Supreme Lord, one's ear, tongue and mind are engaged. This mystic meditation is very easy to practice, and it helps one attain the Supreme Lord.