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Bare Knowledge & Continuous Mindfulness

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"Bare Knowledge & Continuous Mindfulness" (Nanamattaya Patissatimattaya): Bare Knowledge refers to the direct understanding or perception of things as they are, without any interpretation or conceptual overlay. Continuous Mindfulness refers to the practice of maintaining awareness and attention on the present moment without distraction. Together, these practices can help to develop a deep understanding of reality, and to see things as they truly are.

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Bare Knowledge & Continuous Mindfulness


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