I don't know how you change (transform) the mind other than by meditation / contemplative prayer or profound suffering. Fr. Thomas Keating says that with contemplative prayer one can find in a short time what can take 20 years in a monastery.
"I think the contemplative mind is the most absolute assault on the secular or rational worldview, because it really is a different mind—a different point of view.
Photo by Thomas Merton
"The mind that I call the "small self” or the "false self” reads everything in terms of personal advantage, short-term effort, “What's in it for me?”—and “How will I look?”, “How will I look good?” As long as you read reality from the reference point of the small self of “how I personally feel” or “what I need or want,” you cannot get very far. The lens never opens up.
"Thus the great religions have taught that we need to change the seer much more than just telling people what to see—that is contemplation." - Fr. Richard Rohr OFM
This is what Gerry Straub had to say this week:
"Faith, hope and love, the triptych of the spiritual life, are nurtured stillness. The art of contemplating divine truths grows out of the art of remaining still. The soul that waits on God, patiently and unhurriedly, will eventually be filled with the realization he or she is infinitely loved." - Gerry Straub