First Truth: There is suffering.
1)If you experience suffering you must be treading towards liberation. 2)Maybe you are not suffering and not seeking liberation.
For 1, if you recognizes what's causing you suffering, then you now can cut it off. Then you can work on your meditation.
For 2, you must be seeking for enlightenment. Here is an except from THE ESSENCE OF MAHAYANA PRACTICE (with Annotation)
BY MASTER BODHIDHARMA
http://ctzen.org/sunnyvale/enBodhiDharm ... ation4.htm
Third, to seek nothing. Ordinary people, in their perpetual ignorance, crave and form attachments to everything, everywhere. This is called seeking. The wise are awakened to the Truth, and choose reason over convention; their minds are at peace and wu-wei. All forms change with karma, all existence is empty, hence there is nothing to be desired. Blessing and Darkness always follow each other. This long sojourn in the Triple Realm is like living in a burning house; to have a body is to suffer, how can one attain peace? Those who understand this renounce all mundane existence, cease desires, and stop seeking. The sutra says, “To seek is to suffer, to seek nothing is bliss.” It follows that to seek nothing is to truly follow the Way. This is the practice of seeking nothing.
I still fall under category number 2 as I am still attached to attachment of sensual pleasures. With this attachment, I seek for liberation. And so far it has not been working out. So I don't think that is the correct way to realize liberation. I hope to detach from all sensual pleasures one day, and will be working on my meditation in order to realize wisdom, insights, and such. I don't think it is possible to realize insights even through insight meditation or similar method without being detached from attachments of countless forms. What comes from this is mere delusion. If continue like this, I will only increase my suffering and will not make any progress.
Thanks for reading my rant. Please don't beat this ignorant (sometimes arrogant-an attachment I am working on) fool up.