Meditation is just the immediate awareness of our life, our mind, our phenomenological existence. As such, it’s not something we can do – it’s just
the awakening of pure perception. Nonetheless there are many practices – things that we can do - that are called meditation and that are useful.
These useful practices are outer meditation practices as opposed to the inner practice of pure perception. Outer practices include the inner smile,
the inner breath, guru yoga, the light body practices of Kabbalah, vipassana, zazen, mantra… in fact everything that is not pure perception.