A few forms of clarity…
First, the clarity inherent in awakeness itself. The clarity that comes into the foreground when awakeness notices itself, is – at least somewhat – awake to itself. (Including as form, experience.)
This clarity is independent of what happens in content of experience. This content can be quite confused and dull, as it was for me earlier today. Yet, the clarity inherent in awakeness itself is still there, even in the foreground as awakeness notices itself and itself as whatever is happenening in experience.
Then there is the clarity of insight into dynamics. There can be a (relative) clarity into dynamics within content of experience. I may notice how sense fields combine to create gestalts. What happens when there is identification with stories. And so on.
And finally, there can be a mental clarity, a sense of clarity within stories.
All of these come from insight, in their own way.
In the first case, an insight into all as awakeness itself. (Or rather, a noticing of all as awakeness.)
In the second case, a relative insight into dynamics. This one can be reflected in stories, but does not primarily happen within stories.
And finally, a clarity within stories. An ability to arrange imaginations in a way that seems clear. (Sometimes very helpful as guides for functioning in the world.)