By taking sides with one or the other camp -- this at least seems to be the way that people typically do it. Once they choose the camp they wish to belong to, they intrpret things and make sense of them accordingly. If you were a practitioner of certain meditation techniques, you wouldn't have this problem. I don't know if those meditation teachers actually are onto something, or whether what they do is something that a person merely internalizes and identifies with to the point where it seems to be objectively true and not due to some private volitional act. I'm not sure we can escape the metaepistemic or the notion of the metaepistemic. But the people who don't delve on epistemic problems generally seem to be ... happier.