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Tools for Reflective Practice

Tools for Reflective Practice

When your brain is working on an intuitive level, it sorts through all kinds of information: emotions, events, data, logic, images, facts, assurances, goals, plans, to-do lists, and anything else that’s available to it. This kind of mental processing is fascinating because your brain goes through these gyrations while you’re not even aware of it. Think about how often a new idea has surprised you while you were taking a shower, digging in the garden, or driving to work. Suddenly you have an answer to a problem you’ve been struggling with or the name of someone you’ve been trying to remember. These flashes result from your brain’s constant working. You can think of intuition as the result of all this processing. You may say you don’t know how you know you are right. You may say it’s only a hunch. But actually it’s a result of your brain at work, and reflective practice is a deliberate way to fuel that process.


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