It became clear that GPT technologies are based on how we work with our experience. To make accurate decisions, we need a lot of data and a technology that can process it.
For me, meditation is currently such a technology. By distancing ourselves from triggers, emotions, and joys, we can clear our minds to hear, feel, and see what really works.
The main goal of meditation is to stop associating ourselves with our thoughts and feelings. We can experience distress, or we can observe how they are experienced within us in a detached way. This is difficult to understand if you haven't experienced it, but it is probably the best explanation I can come up with.
It's clear that it doesn't always work, but if you know that such a place and perspective exists, with the help of sleep and practice, you can bring yourself to such a state from which all problems are seen from a different perspective.
For me, it's a big progress just to know that such a place and perspective exists, and when you catch yourself in something, you know how to look at everything. From this perspective, areas of knowledge open up that you didn't even know you didn't know about. From this perspective, it's easier to find a solution because you're not emotionally involved, you're an observer. You watch someone experience an emotion, see them make mistakes, and can advise them on when and how to act better. But if you're caught up in emotions yourself, you often don't see the way out.