As humans we tend to have this need to just know the answers. We are uncomfortable with the unknown and with uncertainty or grey areas in our life. Being in this space can actually feel threatening and terrifying to our sense of self and well-being. Unfortunately, as humans, we also have to accept that knowing is not always an option for us. If we don't accept that sometimes we simply don't know, we fight a very natural way of being - in the unknown. When we think we need to know something right then and there and try to force the knowing, we might ignite a fight/flight/freeze response. And when we're internally in this space, we will not be able to come to a place of knowing because our bodies are just trying to survive.
What brings on clarity and deeper knowing is when our bodies are in a state of rest and digest. When we are here, we feel safe. When we feel safe, we can be curious about ourselves and people/things around us - including the unknown.
I have worked on this very issue of learning how to become comfortable with the uncomfortable with myself and clients for years. Here are steps that might be helpful to increasing your sense of curiosity in then moment:
If you want to be guided through this meditation, check out my Resource page for the recording (download to be able to listen anywhere) or visit my YouTube Channel for a free recording.