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  1. To learn something, you need to change your lifestyle so that the learning process is systematic, repetitive every day. When a person repeats something many times, they create a new network of connections in their mind. Over time, this network is gradually being completed with new pieces and expanded. This is how experience is accumulated.

    To look at your beliefs from different angles, it is useful to first ask yourself the question: where did this belief come from? What external sources of information suggested a thought experienced personally and fixed in the mind. These beliefs may have come from parents, teachers, or other authorities. Could these people have been wrong? Is their thought understood correctly and accurately, or with distortions and their own additions? Where did these people, in turn, receive this information? What facts confirm their experience?

    We live in a time of very powerful and fast information flows. Advertising and propaganda images, texts, and videos that influence your beliefs constantly flash before your eyes. Some of the information enters the consciousness not as a thought clearly realized, experienced on itself and fully understood, but as a thought inspired by force, penetrated into the consciousness secretly, like a thief enters a house at night, breaking the lock of the door. Thus, other people who live in the habit of hatred, greed, and delusions try to profit for themselves by manipulating you. Such harmful information flows need to be filtered and your news feed cleaned of information poisons.

    We need to be very careful in recognizing calls for violence, treating certain groups of people as enemies, and generally dividing people into groups with different rights. You also need to be wary if someone claims that only they know and understand what the truth is. When you pay with a large bill in a store, the cashier always checks to see if it's fake. It is also necessary to treat information in the same way, with the question: does this person want to introduce a lie that is beneficial to him into my consciousness under the guise of truth? Can he himself be infected with the virus of untruth or incomplete truth, which now spreads like a contagion?

    It is useful to observe how people offer information. Are they trying to evoke vivid emotions in you to distract you from some logical inaccuracies? Are they trying to belittle the participants in the conversation in order to give their opinion as reliable? Are they trying to distract attention from the important issue by switching to secondary ones? Do they use simple words or, on the contrary, deliberately choose words from highly specialized terminology so that the interlocutor cannot notice the violation of logic?

    It is useful to listen to several opposing opinions on the same issue or to consider several different models of the phenomenon. Even conflicting ideas may contain parts of the truth that can be used to form the most complete picture of reality.

    It is useful to observe the changes taking place in the world. Beliefs can be inert. In other words, they may not keep up with external changes. A person can live with beliefs for a long time and everything will be right and good, but over time, the reasons leading to changes will accumulate, and the idea of the world will diverge from the world, will no longer correspond to each other. If a person continues to be guided by old beliefs, they will face new problems. Therefore, it is useful to observe every new day what has changed in the world. Keep your mind flexible. Check how you can correct your beliefs, develop them, and learn something new in order to be in harmony with the world.

  2. There are several approaches.

    One is the elaboration of a belief, in which the emotional charge is removed from it. So many beliefs are formed due to a strong emotion that a person once experienced. Most often, this emotion is negative (fear, resentment, anger, anxiety, etc.), but not always.

    After working through a belief, a person immediately sees its conditionality, as well as the conventionality of the opposite belief. Over time, the more a person sees the conditionality of all beliefs in general, the more freedom to consider these beliefs from different points of view they acquire.

    Another approach is to form opposite hypotheses and test them with actions. Deep beliefs often work on the principle of self-fulfilling prophecy – a person tends to take into account all the data that indicates that his belief is true, rejecting those that indicate otherwise.

    This process can be actively countered. For example, if a man has some beliefs about girls or a certain type of girls, you should try to take the opposite belief and set out to believe in it. Over time, if a person behaves in accordance with this belief, he will believe in it more and more, until it becomes a new norm for him.

    The result will be that a person will treat their beliefs more flexibly, which will also help them to consider them from different angles.

    The third approach is simply to tell yourself right away that all beliefs are lies, and that no one really has a clue how reality works. And then, based on this “innocent” position, try to clarify why he has this particular belief, whatever it is.

    I wish you success and all the best in life without any hard feelings!


  3. WE need to think systematically about this topic –

    especially when new knowledge and facts appear –

    this gives a very powerful improvement of beliefs and effectively replenishes knowledge.

    Critical study of other beliefs is very useful.

  4. In my opinion, you just need to learn to listen to people and listen to third-party arguments. The more information-the more accurate the conclusions. And the ability to draw conclusions is the ability to take someone else's position in evaluating a particular vision.

  5. Imagine that you are in another country, on another planet, in another body, and see how much your attitude is correct and will work if it is not tied to your body, your community, your culture and traditions. When I moved to another country, it opened my eyes to a lot of things that I just didn't notice before.

  6. Unfortunately, this is impossible to learn. This comes with life experience and not to everyone. You have a certain point of view on some issue. It is logically justified, reasoned, confirmed by life experience, and most importantly, you know why this point of view appeared. And you come across a person with the opposite point of view. He is also confident in his view of the subject. And if you are angry and infuriated by his arguments, then there is a very high probability that you are wrong.

  7. This is a common problem of interaction between people! Formed beliefs are an algorithm (a program of the level of development adopted personally through the value system in the spiritual and / or intellectual hierarchy). The first is to work on increasing the level (stage of development). The second is to apply an analogy (parable) – an algorithm hidden in the lower level, but perceived. as a moral instruction (example)

  8. Only self-deceived. If we use the comparison method, then beliefs are akin to advertising, where the perception takes place on faith. Faith is not to know, it tells you to accept everything into consciousness, as well as your unconscious beliefs, where the word itself tells you what it is.

    So U-points to the Bezh-not formed concrete, type o in a fog of general forms, with a kinship of faith in advertising. Den – short-term, fragmentary, not whole, And-inversion for your I-mind consciousness. Thus, when you believe, are convinced, and don't try to know, realize, and have the ability to expand, you simply consider these actions as unnecessary. Then you form in your consciousness a dependence not on the known inside, but on the beautiful and attractive outside, which you allow to control your mind consciousness, while rejecting other informational and new understandings.

    From what has been said, the conclusion is simple, there is nothing to learn here, just understand that fixation, beliefs, addiction, – hardening (like kidney stones)is more difficult to remove, they need to be dissolved, and that they do not need to be approved, that is, washed with liquid (info), but to link everything in everything and correct constantly.That is, information should be needed and plastic precisely in the mind's consciousness. As well as tracking ads and finding out the reasons for their activity.

  9. The wheelbarrow of vision is the prism through which we look at the world and things in it, at a given moment in life. Our views and beliefs are based on our life experience and are shaped by our principles.

    Answering your question, I would like to draw your attention to the fact that the ability to view your beliefs from different angles is the ability to relate your current beliefs and your life principles(it's easy to learn this-1 define your basic life principles for yourself 2. determine the beliefs that you are interested in, which you want to consider from different angles .3. Compare them, whether your beliefs correspond to your values.

  10. If the beliefs you have formed are related to science, you will not show any other attitude towards them. Only by looking at them from different points of view, presumably known to you, will you be able to show critical thinking.

  11. The only sure way to step back and view your beliefs and opinions as if from the outside is there. This is keeping your own diary. Write in a notebook!!! Instead of knocking on the computer. You can write at the end of the day everything that you have put aside for the day. Don't back up words and style. Write as you write it. At the end of the week, take the time to calmly read what you've written. If necessary, make notes on the text.
    This method was tested by me. So I found a loyal and unbiased Friend when I lost another Friend in my life.

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