This, for me, is a big and urgent question. I know (pretty much) what is wrong with the prevalent and socially-inculcated 'materialist' world view; and how I want to 'know' the world; but making the necessary transformation to it? Well, that is another matter!
I find it is so easy to get caught at the level of psychology, of feelings - that is, monitoring and trying to change my feelings about the world - by sheer willpower! Not only is this ineffective, it is the wrong idea entirely! After all, feelings (to the extent they can be manipulated) are only loosely and indirectly a consequence of metaphysical assumptions.
Yet, the objective is to know the world in a different way, through a different 'framework'.
If this was attained, then presumably feelings would follow - but a change of feelings won't lead to metaphysical change. Depth transformation necessarily changes the surface, but surface change leaves the depths untouched.
The problem is a variant of the dissociation between (on the one hand) the relatively attainable objective of becoming a Christin and living a Christian life (which is a matter of willpower and a suitable environment)...
And (on the other hand) the nigh-impossibility actually being a Christian, of becoming a New Man who understands life and the world through a Christian 'lens'; who actually becoming a better Man - such that whatever the environment, and however feeble our willpower happens to be at any particular moment - we will still be in a 'Christian-relationship' with the world.
One difficulty is that the Christian lifestyle can be attained incrementally, a bit at a time. Whereas a Christian metaphysics seems to be all-or-nothing: if it is not 'complete' then it doesn't really work - the remnant wrong-elements ensure that we just revert to the socially-dominant ways of thinking of the world as dead and determined.
I don't have any lasting answer to this - and perhaps none is possible (at least for me); but I have at times and briefly been able to attain the desired metaphysical transformation; and I think this was by a kind of empathic, intuitive - and indeed loving - identification with some other person or Being who has the desired mind-set.
A matter of thinking in the same way as another; of relating to the world as they do...
It strikes me that this may be a hint as to how following Jesus Christ is the way (the only way) we can attain to resurrected eternal life.
Perhaps if we are loving the living-Jesus, then we can identify with Him - mind-to-mind, thinking-to-thinking, metaphysics-to-metaphysics...
And this shared-identity of our personal relation with God and creation, linked with that of Jesus, is what enables us to undergo the transformation that is resurrection?