What is the purpose of meditation in the Buddhist religion?

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  1. to clear the mind of all exterior influences, thereby allowing you to get in touch with the cosmic all……..man

  2. [basically] it clears your mind and allows you to seperate yourself from the materialistic things in this world that stop you from attaining nirvana.

  3. It is concerned about the quest for inner peace.
    So, the purpose is to find inner peace.
    Hey, Buddhism sounds pretty good right now.

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