Conditioning is looking for the aeroplane in the sky when you hear its sound.
A long time ago someone close to you pointed to the aeroplane and told you to watch it.
Since that day you always look for it. You might have trained your sense of locating what you hear.
Right here or right now, nobody benefits from this action or conditioning.
Neither is there a need to unlearn this. Neither do you find the planes particularly beautiful (although they might be)
But you might realize, if you’d wanted to unlearn, how difficult it would be.
Most conditioning is just like that. It is an invisible mosquito-net hanging over your mind, filtering out one thing and emphasizing another.