A belief (a component of the definition of worldview) can be defined as something believed or accepted as true, especially a particular tenet or a body of tenets accepted by a group of persons. Hence, P-B is a belief. However, as Seth states, “You are not at the mercy of the past, or of previous convictions, unless you believe that you are. If you fully comprehend your power in the present [P-A], you will realize that action at that point also alters the past, its beliefs and your reactions.”[i] It is important to add that we are also not at the mercy of the collective unconscious, our society’s unconscious worldview, when we are in the present moment.
[i] Roberts, Jane. The Nature of Personal Reality. New York: Bantam, 1974, p. 307.