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Imagine finding out that something you thought was true actually never happened. (1 min 52 sec)

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Now, let's explore different ways to react to this revelation:

    1. Option A. Be angry for believing in an untruth.

    You might realize that being angry for believing something that turned out to be untrue, isn't very helpful. What we see and believe in the world is a big illusion. It's kind of like when you see a magic trick and believe it's real until you learn the secret.
    We forgive ourselves and others because we realize all of us make mistakes or believe things that aren't true. Instead of getting mad, we should try to understand that everything we see in the world is not always as it seems. It's like forgiving someone for playing a trick on you.
    So, maybe you might see it's better to let go of anger, when you realize the magic trick isn't real, and focus on finding a deeper truth that goes beyond the illusions you see in life.

    2. B. Ponder how someone as intelligent as you could be duped.

    You may wonder how someone as smart as you could be tricked, which fits your proactive approach to gaining a deep understanding of things.

    3. C. Just delighted that it never happened.

    On the other hand, since the outcome is ultimately positive or if not believing in the untruth brings relief, you might just be delighted that it never happened. In this moment, there's no resistance, no thinking, no thought, just pure acceptance. It's a sigh of relief, embracing the simplicity of the truth, and finding joy in the absence of what once seemed real.
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