At that moment in time the earth was no longer flat.
But was it ever?
This discovery changed the perspective of the masses and provided the catalyst for further exploration of the earth.
Today, it is generally believed the earth is round.
Importantly, what changed was not the fundamental ‘truth’ about the shape of the earth, but people’s acceptance that what they held as a truth was perhaps not true at all.
With this change, possibility existed and exploration emerged. The new awareness permitted exploration because the ‘old truth’ became what it always was – an opinion, a belief, a point of view.
This example demonstrates that by turning your truths back to beliefs, you see the world through new, possibility-focused eyes.