According to Madhyamaka theory, our mental activity fabricates a deceptive appearance of a seemingly concrete agent, object, and action as the "three circles" of any event. The confusion that automatically accompanies this mental activity causes us to believe in the deceptive appearance. Disturbing emotions such as naivety, arrogance, longing desire, jealousy, and anger arise from projecting and believing in these deceptive appearances. Under the influence of these emotions, we become insensitive or hypersensitive. Upon deconstruction, we find underlying them the key for gaining balance – our network of five types of deep awareness.