Self-Reflection & Personal Identity

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Our cognitive development is often challenged by our ability to understand the world around us. Certain techniques formed in early adolescence create the pattern our learning follows throughout the duration of our lives. 

Self- Reflection, problem-solving, and critical thinking are all a part of this module. Through activity and communication, participants will be encouraged to check in with themselves emotionally, physically, and mentally. 

Oftentimes, specifically in the last few years, we have been unable to provide safe time and space to allow these formational check-ins. 

This type of mindfulness activity allows for greater focus, higher self-esteem, better autonomy, and a more well-rounded sense of self, all things that are pertinent to a healthy working or learning environment. 

By Jon Drebert

A little about me: I decided to follow Jesus at a very early age while my mom made cookies and I ate cookie dough. I have an awesome family. My wife and I have three amazing kids. I serve as the Executive Director of Covenant Bay Bible Camp at Pigeon Lake, AB. Outdoor activities, music, sports, and learning are some of my favourite things to do.

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