Literary Nonfiction. Religion & Spirituality. Momentary liberation may be a matter of purifying ourselves of greed or anger by rolling around a single thought when greed and anger arise to harm the purity of our minds. Daily liberation is a matter of setting aside time during the day for Zen meditation—be it ten minutes, thirty minutes, or sixty or more minutes—so that the sense of self disappears. Liberation should also be discussed in terms of its different dimensions, but the most primary form of liberation is the light "no-self" feeling that one senses when the feeling of the self disappears.