The more we participate in natural being, the less we need special techniques and the less we worry about finding answers to our questions.
The wider our concept of the mind becomes, the more experience we accept without judgment.
This acceptance itself becomes meditation, and we realize that meditation is an integral part of our experience.
Everything that is precious, true, and beautiful is within natural being, so there is no need to look for special experiences or insights, or to report to the mind on what has happened.
When we are in touch with our inner nature, the distinctions between meditative and non-meditative states dissolves.