You would be amazed, if you could see the truth, the extent to which your choices today are based on beliefs that are many years or many generations old—and which are no longer applicable to the world in which we live. Some of these may masquerade as traditions, respect for the way things are done, morals, ethics, and "fundamental values." I suggest you put the lot of it up for evaluation. It's impossible to question a belief unless you know you have it, so the first step is knowing what it is you think is true. Then take the next step and evaluate why you think it's true. Question every assumption until it's a habit, which may lead you to reject assuming anything at all. The very most important thing you can question is anything—anything and everything—taught to you by your parents. Questioning it does not make it, or them, or you, wrong—rather, it's once you start clearing the clutter, you will discover windows and doors, and the light and fresh air they allow into your awareness is known as a vision. I don't mean this as a metaphor, but rather as a direct idea: what has the strongest potential is what you can actually see, and visualize, down to the details. Visualizations might "come to you" or you might construct them like a draftsman makes a drawing. Either way or both—have at it.