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Clear Knowing

Pali:
Sampajanna
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Sanskrit:
Sampajanna
Synonyms:
continuity, clear comprehension, full awareness, attention, consideration, discrimination, comprehension, introspection
Definition :

Clear Knowing is the mental process by which one continuously monitors one’s own body and mind; a constant thorough understanding of impermanence.

In the practice of Clear Knowing, its principal function is to note the occurrence of laxity and excitation.

It is very often found in the pair ‘mindfulness and introspection’ or ‘mindfulness and clear comprehension.

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