I was listening to Osho the other day, and he was talking about how science is an effort to reduce the world to building blocks and mathematical models, that it is basically a deconstruction. That in its effort to explain the world, science removes mystery and poetry, and that in a way the attempt to decondition the mind is an attempt to bring back mystery.
In a way deconditioning from science is about recognising the limits of understanding. It’s about recognising the limits of the usefulness of models, of mathematical understanding, of logic. It’s reach is only very tiny, most real insight into the world comes in intuitive leaps. And that is a kind of magical insight which takes in multiple factors at the same time.
So perhaps admitting that we live in a world surrounded by mystery, that we do not know as much as we think we do, is a good thing.