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Huberman Lab on meditation

This article discusses how to select the best meditation practice for an individual, based on their current state and desired outcome.

Key takeaways:
1. Perception has two axes: interoception and exteroception.
2. Knowing where you are on these continuums is essential to selecting the best meditation practice.
3. Pose and answer a few simple questions to select the best meditation practice.

Counter arguments:
1. There is no one simple answer for the best meditation practice.
2. What is best can and does change from day to day and even across the day.

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