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We began this reflection by sharing how we felt after the lesson. This is always a useful topic for self-reflection. The mind is often pulled to what didn't work, or what was a challenge for a minute, rather than sensing the larger picture of what changes happened by the end of the lesson.
When listening to the sharing of experience, you might also attend to what Julie said at the end of the lesson, asking how the self-image may have changed. In other words, the team is talking about the changes in self-image.
Then Julie talks a bit about the lesson, and weaves in the idea of how the self-image is so plastic.
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