’08 July 02 In editing my book I'm dealing with confusion and I realize that there are two types of confusion, and that while the experiences are totally different, the outcome is identical.
(1)Where the mind doesn’t have, or lacks knowledge of what is happening or what needs to be done to accomplish what is desired or expected either by others, or by the self. It’s the UNKNOWN things that are confusing and creates anxiety, stress, doubt, panic, fear of failure, lack of being in control.
(2)The second form of confusion is when the mind has all the knowledge and facts, but is now overwhelmed with information as to how or what to do next. In this case, it’s all the KNOWN things that are confusing and creates anxiety, stress, doubt, panic, fear of failure, lack of being in control.
I feel that there is something more here that I’m missing. I feel it’s a KEY point to ending confusion, but what is it? Things that make you go Hummmm???