"Without views one maintains the Right View,
To see all things as they truly are;
If you hold on to any Dhamma views,
You will not be able to see the Dhamma at all."
To have Right Understanding first one should let go of all conceptions and views with regard to what is the true Dhamma. When all conceived ideas are disgarded, until there is nothing left to disgard, the Dhamma will reveal itself. So to have right understanding is actually to see one's mind as it really is, rather than just hanging on to doctrinal concepts like Dukkha (suffering), Anicca (impermanace) & Anatta (no-self).
When one has Right Understanding, craving, anger & ignorance are no different from the Buddha mind - that is called Right Thought.
The things you say are all fingers point to the moon (the absolute truth) - that is called Right Speech.
Whether walking, standing, sitting or lying down, you are totally at peace with yourself - that is Right Action.
Whatever occupation you do, u do it with a undistracted mind - that is Right Occupation.
Such an undistracted mind cannot be defiled and thus requires no effort - that is Right Effort.
Because it is fundamentally pure, awareness and unawareness becomes non-dual - that is Right Mindfulness.
Once this mind is realized, one will never lose it again - that is Right Concentration.
And so from this you see, one is all and all is one. Free yourself from concepts and do not let your mind be stagnated. That is what we call the Panna Paramita (wisdom perfection) of the Buddhas.