This image of and quote from the Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan was shared by Soorya Kaur (his staff member) on pages 22-23 of her book, YogiJi – The Light of Our Souls, written in 2005

“When I lie down in my bed, I can’t sleep.  I say, Yogi Bhajan, they love you so much, and like a nut you are sleeping!  What for are you sleeping on this bed?  Don’t they need you?  Are they not supposed to progress?  Then, if they are supposed to progress more, what are you, boy, doing here?  Get up and do something!  Help them in some way or another.  If you do nothing, sit there.  Even your presence is enough pressure to put them on the alert.  Write them a letter, do something!  This is known as, if I may not even write you a letter, I may not even come, but the very thought that I have thought about you, does connect me subconsciously to that factor and that area.  And that is known as communion of the mental projectivity with the heart, because there is a positive vibration.” ~Yogi Bhajan, 1971