There is a wonderful story about a Western academic meeting a Zen master to explore mindfulness. Very early in the conversation the academic quickly asks several complex questions to which the master thoughtfully replies, "Let's have tea". The academic is eager to discuss his ideas, but reluctantly agrees.
As the master pours tea into the academic's cup, he does not stop when the cup is filled, but continues to pour. The academic is confused as tea flows from the cup to the table to the floor, yet the master does not stop pouring. The academic finally yells, "Stop! The cup is full - it can hold no more!".
To which the master replies "As is your mind. You must first empty what you think you know before you can learn what you do not".
Stay curious. Question your opinions, beliefs, judgements and expectations.
Empty your teacup.