To the soul, not knowing is ecstasy.
"Not knowing does not signify dullness, or having no interest or curiosity. On the contrary, I would imagine it to be a condition of unusual aliveness...As if our own small breath became joined to the big breath of the world- which it always is, of course, except now we know it to be so; not as a piece of information, but as a movement of the blood."
(Roger Housden, commentary on "The Mind of Absolute Trust" by Seng- Ts'an)
When I notice the mind clamped down on an imagined "need to know", I step back and take a breath. There is enormous relaxation in the acceptance of not knowing.
What is not known will always be a vaster field than what is known; why not accept this fact? The field of not knowing can be entered and enjoyed. It is a quiet place full of wonder.