In the game’s second half, there are sundry encouragements to let go of things—if not actual then conceptual, e.g., mental things. In practice, this means relinquishing our opinions. Sadly, for many of us, this is just not an option.
We are exhorted to think outside the box. Unfortunately, thinking is the box.
Knowledge is the head. An accumulation of past.
Knowing is the heart. An experience of now.
Knowing has no antecedents and no thought process.
Socrates: “All I know is that I know nothing.”