Thank you very much! Just what I've needed for a while, though I was unaware I was looking for it
A few weeks ago, while I was still staying in our outside room, I was attacked and robbed at around 2:30 in the morning (in what I very strongly suspect was part of a 4D attack to cause anxiety, disruption, fear, etc, in me and my family. In short, my grandfather passed away the very same morning as well as that it happened on the Monday of my one week varsity "vacation" and had to be in hospital for 3 days just to see if my wound showed signs of infection) and since I've been really paranoid at night, even though I'm consciously fine and KNOW that what I'm hearing is our cats jumping over the board that keeps the dog out the lounge or something similar. Even since my dad put up electric fencing and spikes, it hasn't really helped me sleep much better.
While I have been identifying the misplaced feelings of fear and anxiety as a paranoid result of my experience, the explanation of the dissonance between the levels of knowledge and how to approach gives a much clearer idea on how to separate the cause from symptoms.
Again, thank you for sharing, will definitely see if I can get hold of that book somehow as emotion in general is a particular weak point of mine (my Personality being quite typically INTP)