Spotting Inconsistencies

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Reference: Inconsistency in KHTK

The purpose of these exercises is to spot inconsistencies using the following steps.

  1. Observe one’s attention and see where it is drawn naturally.
  2. Look non-judgmentally at that area of interest.
  3. Let the general purpose of that area sink in.
  4. Let things come to notice that are not consistent with that purpose.
  5. Continue until you spot exactly what is drawing your attention.

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Exercise 1

Move around in your living space. Let your attention roam freely to discover if there is anything hidden or suppressed. Apply the five steps listed above as necessary. Do this until there is nothing hidden or suppressed.

Exercise 2

Go for a walk in the neighborhood. Let your attention roam freely to discover if there is anything hidden or suppressed. Apply the five steps listed above as necessary. Do this until there is nothing hidden or suppressed.

Exercise 3

Go for a walk in a park. Look at things as far as your eye can see. Let your attention roam freely to discover if there is anything hidden or suppressed. Apply the five steps listed above as necessary. Do this until there is nothing hidden or suppressed.

Exercise 4

Go to a coffee shop. Observe the surroundings. Let your attention roam freely to discover if there is anything hidden or suppressed. Apply the five steps listed above as necessary. Do this until there is nothing hidden or suppressed.

Exercise 5

Go to crowded places like a market, bus station, or airport. Quietly observe the people and surroundings. Let your attention roam freely to discover if there is anything hidden or suppressed. Apply the five steps listed above as necessary. Do this until there is nothing hidden or suppressed.

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