Part 1: What’s the context from which you’re reflecting in? What is that significant moment to you? Something that was different to you? The moment itself doesn’t have to change you.

You have you then within reflection and then you have the recreation of the significant situation so you can look at it now. You have to find something you can work with it, and capture how you felt in that moment. Were you one edge? More aware?

Part 2: Current self perspective. What more is to it? Why were they acting that way? Choose a series of moments that are connected, or just one moment.

Part 3: How you would open up to the moment more? How you can apply it. Projecting. Identifying what you’ve learned from the moment, “the extra step.” Relating to the analyses, but making a larger statement that could be transferable to unlike situations

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