Learning is an active process and many a times we find ourselves seeking answers to various questions. And with each failed attempt at seeking them we get increasingly frustrated and unhappy. With time, to avoid this frustration, our mind tends to subconsciously stop producing questions in response to information. This causes a ‘thinking block’ that makes learning even more difficult.
So how can we prevent this from happening? The trick is to not seek one single answer that perfectly answers your question, but instead for hundreds of them even if they may seem partially wrong or false. Let them seep into your mind. Dont immediately cross-question. Think of the ‘false’ in the answer as ‘negative’ and the ‘true’ in the answer as the ‘positive’. The ‘negatives’ will cancel with the ‘positives’ already in your mind, that is the facts you believe in and know to be 100% true. Eventually you will be left with no ‘negatives’ and possibly a ‘perfect’ answer to your question.