Letting that in; letting go of the known, the patterns and safe&familiar relations to ideas, habits (the very definition of the known -- the frozen and unconscious known), people even -- might feel like dying. In the end, it is inevitable that this will knock on your door. What will you do then?
You notice that your familiar scripts don't work anymore. You realize that you keep doing what you have used to do for a long while, and it doesn't work for you anymore. At least not the same as earlier. You don't really know yourself anymore.
Usually we have a pretty good sense of ourselves, of who we are, whom we take ourselves to be, how people know us, how we are defined by ourselves and others, which words and concepts cover our being. In short: We have a pretty good grasp on what our identity is. And then something happens to us that doesn't fit into these concepts, these premeditated ways of seeing ourselves. I am talking of death of "normal identity", of the familiar ways of knowing ourselves. What do we do then?
You have two choices, with all sorts of grey areas inbetween. You can either accept these new ways of being, these new ways of seeing yourself, reality, phenomena -- or you can ignore them and keep on going as usual. The latter is pretty widespread. But in the end, what does it do for you? You are safe. You are not going "out of your depth" (in the way you know yourself). And this is a way many people live their lives, for many reasons good and bad.
What is your way? What really works for you? Do you wish to stay the same, or move with the fluent motion that life manifests in through you? This might seem radical, and is too, comparing it to the way we normally live. I invite you to sense into this for yourself and find what actually truly is the most true way for you to unfold. You might surprise yourself.
Actually I'm pretty sure you will.