of discursive thinking.
It is pure concentration:
training the mind
to dwell on an interior
focus without wandering,
until it becomes absorbed
in the object of its contemplation.
But absorption does
not mean unconsciousness.
The outside world may
be forgotten, but meditation
is a state of intense
inner wakefulness.’
― Anonymous,  The Upanishads

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