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Developing Insights with Meditation

True insight doesn’t come from thinking or a book. Insight is founded in experience and can be accessed through practice. The most effective practice is that of meditation.

Meditation results in clear awareness in the absence of thinking. This is an effective state for insightfulness.

How to use meditation to gain insight:

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