Reflection As Understanding – “Life can only be understood in the opposite direction, but it must be lived forward.” – Søren Kierkegaard, 1843The reflection that is poorly understood or not recognized in today’s society is of considerable value. This is clear here in the United States because of the way we treat each other, do not we? Well, I remind you that the great poet Antoine de Saint-Exupery said: “Life is born slowly”.This ideology, of which we are all essentially students, we learn constantly until our death, does not fit well with the society we know here in the United States. Entering into an exercise or reflexive habit can be very helpful if students (all of us) can give relevance and meaning to a lesson, link teaching experiences to real-world situations, and enable real growth. interpersonal. Experiential education, the art of making relevant experiences for yourself and others, helps to open the minds of students, to give ideas and to create many avenues for future learning. For others outside the cycle of education through experience, there is virtually no reflection. Experiential education encourages peer review; called “behavioral affirmations”, reflection on the behavior of peers and can be positive or negative.