To gain knowledge and then forget that knowledge means to remove it from consciousness. It means to withdraw this knowledge – be it material or spiritual – from the grasp of the mind. By forgetting, one prevents the knowledge from being misused by the mind in a wrong and twisted way for its own purposes. If the mind has no conscious knowledge, then it can go to rest. If it has nothing to hold on to and with which it can cobble together plans and „put one and one together“, then it can give up its leading role. Of necessity, but then there is room for the voice of unity and the use of unconscious knowledge in a way that does not disregard anything.