Balanced Sensitivity: 3 Dispelling Confusion

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Often, situations or people deceptively appear to exist with a seemingly concrete identity established without depending on anything but their own self-nature. We need to deconstruct our feelings that people’s appearance, mode of behavior, or our response to them is fixed. Deconstructing the deceptive appearances our mind creates does not instantly prevent our mind from ever fabricating and believing in them again. Both our instincts and these appearances are compelling, and can only be weakened by our development of a total familiarity with seeing reality.