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.” 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.


Also see Afflictive Emotions, Attitudes, BeliefsFeelings and Values on this blog.

References and notes are available for this article.
Also find a much more in-depth discussion of Simple Reality
on this blog and in published books by Roy Charles Henry.

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