The second stage, REFLECT, engages the individual in savoring and perspective shifting.

Savoring is related to gratitude and defined as the capacity to attend to, appreciate and enhance the positive experiences in one’s life.

The psychological phenomenon of savoring emphasizes the meaning of process versus outcome and requires people to slow their usual pace in order to experience more meaning and understanding in their lives.

Individuals will explore the dimensions of savoring which include: sharing with others, memory building, self-congratulation, sensory-perceptual sharpening, comparing, absorption, behavior expressions, temporal awareness, counting blessings, and kill-joy thinking.

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