I know sometimes I do (I'll wait so you can fill in the appropriate punchline...) In fact, it is how I worship most comfortably, most of the time.
We've known for a long time that the brain has two halves. While it is sometimes overstated, generally each side functions differently and contributes to our whole self (you can read a pretty good summary here):
Left Brain: Words are the primary form of communication in the left brain. It uses logic and reason to nurture the soul. It seeks to find the meaning and explain reality- including God. The left side of my brain is good at this, but it can't experience God. It can't experience anything. To do that, we need the right side of our brain.
Right Brain: This is where creativity and intuition come from. It communicates not with words, but with images and symbols. The senses play a big role for the right side of our brain.This is also the part of the brain that allows us to better experience beauty, mystery and wonder. In fact, there is a fascinating story about a neuroscientist who 'discovered' spirituality only when she had a stroke and the left side of her brain shut down for awhile.