It's quite obvious that you don't know what you're talking about. I already pointed out to you that jñāna is not to be confused with the Pāli term jhāna. Completely different terms with completely different meanings. Jñāna means "knowledge." Every single Buddhist path -- Theravāda, Mahāyāna, & Vajrayāna -- employs jñāna to attain liberation.
The purpose of prajñāpāramitā is to induce nonconceptual jñāna (nirvikalpajñāna). This is taught throughout the Mahāyāna treatises. And in the Vajrayāna we find the five jñānas: dharmadhātu jñāna (dharmadhātujñāna), mirror-like jñāna (ādarśajñāna), equalizing jñāna (samatājñāna), discriminating jñāna (pratyavekṣanājñāna), and all-accomplishing jñāna (kṛtyānuṣṭhānajñāna). Etc., etc..
I mentioned on top, non-conceptual wisdom which here equivalent to your non-conceptual "knowledge". I am not talking about jhana which you achieve in your Samantha.
If you cannot know anger, jealousy, hatred is basically wisdom of emptiness, your non-conceptual Jnana is actually conceptual jnana.
Heart sutra clearly mentioned
The five skhandas are empty.
Because of that Avalokitesvhara cross beyond all samsara and difficulty.
Anger, jealousy, hatred, and all negative thoughts are all inside these 5 skhandas. And they are empty.
Anger is empty of anger.
Jealousy is empty of jealousy.
Hatred is empty of jealousy.
Because they are empty, they will just pass by in your head without gluing into your head. Someone who knows the emptiness of them, when they appear they can see the non-self of them. They fully realize the non arising, an the non cessation of all negative thought.
They no need to do anything. Completely do nothing. All those negative thoughts are just pass by showing their wisdom of emptiness to anyone who know their nature.
Since anger is empty, hatred is empty, jealousy is empty, doing something on them clearly show you don't know what is their nature.
The non-conceptual jnana is then just a conceptual jnana.
If it is non-conceptual Jnana, it will not classify anger, hatred, jealousy as negative. Because it is non-conceptual. So with what Jnana you abandon anger, hatred, and jealousy? No matter how you look at it, if you abandon something you will clearly use your conceptual Jnana.
In non-conceptual Jnana there is no good, no bad, no neutral, no negative, no positive. Therefore if you can abandon something, it is therefore based in conceptual Jnana who cannot see the meaning of all 5 skhandas are empty.