Step Two Hundred and Twenty-One
Therefore, let all substitutes for Knowledge fade from you. Allow yourself to be confused, for in your genuine confusion Knowledge may arise naturally. This, then, represents your freedom, for in freedom you are free to be confused.
Remind yourself of this idea upon the hour, and do not be complacent with simple explanations or assumptions about its great meaning for you. You must consider it deeply and realize that the true understanding that it holds for you will be revealed in time. Today allow yourself to be confused, for you are confused, and you must always begin from where you are. Knowledge is with you. You are free to be confused. In your longer practice periods today, enter into stillness whether you are confused or not, for stillness, grace and peace are always available to you.
Practice 221: Two 30-minute practice periods. Hourly practice.
Today some confusion has crept it, but I am immediately drawn to the words “Do not view your confusion as something that endangers you or belittles you. Confusion here is merely a sign that you are realizing the limitations of your own ideas and assumptions.” Now that is just truly superb! And what is even more superb is that this realization has allowed Knowledge to become apparent to me. This is my experience today, Knowledge has already provided me with an answer.