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    On Aug 20, 2013 Bijay Naik wrote:

    The description of "true meditation" in this article cannot be comprehended by human beings in general.  Only those who have made some progress toward achieving a meditative state, even if for brief moments, can get an understanding of what this article describes.  Normally, human beings need to set goals and follow directions to make any progress toward a state when they can get an understanding of what this article describes.  Even Buddha had a goal when he left his kingdom and searched for the right direction for achieving his goal for many years before he finally found what he was looking for.  Is there anyone who is born with the understanding of "true meditation" let alone experiencing it? I am sure there are some people, but understandably very rare.


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