Self, Conscious is at its most basic a journaling system. It's a method of note-taking and analysis according to three categories of experience and perception: behavioral dynamics, emotion, and inquiry.
It's simple, but the habit of noticing and interpreting key behaviors and reactions is fundamental to cognitive behavioral psychology and mindfulness practices. Self, Conscious is a framework for applying these principles to building skills and knowledge around complex social politics.
Self, Conscious involves three categories of note-taking on everyday life, online and off.
This is for noticing interpersonal dynamics and evaluating behavior. Ask yourself:
Where you'd make note of things you want to google later, or to work out something you don’t understand through writing.
This category is primarily for logging any averse reactions you have. When you find yourself frustrated by a certain discourse, wanting to disagree with someone about a topic that personally affects them, or otherwise at odds, ask these questions: