It was an interesting workshop for sure. It felt like a partial CGW5 reunion. There were many CGW 6 alumni as well, which was interesting because it was only one month earlier. For me, the workshop started off painfully slow on Friday morning, as Steve was introducing the concept of subjective reality. However, in the afternoon some things got really interesting. We were doing a group exercise where we discussed a problem that we were having recently and how it could relate to subjective reality. I discussed my problem of guilt over my recent move away from home. Going in to the afternoon break right after this exercise, I get a call from home and get into an intense argument over the phone. It left me drained the rest of the afternoon. People reported being more tired after the first day than the other two days. Saturday was an improvement, as everyone had more energy throughout the day. I was still craving more interactions on Saturday, though. Sunday was the best day of all of them, as Steve introduced the concept of being playful, so we went into lunch being all playful, which made it fun. Some of us helped out a homeless mother who was begging, and this prompted me to call home and settle an argument from two days earlier. I felt lighter as each day wore on. I started off feeling reserved on Friday to being a goofball on Sunday night. A couple other attendees and I were joking around on Sunday night because the bouncers at the Palazzo would not let us into the nightclub for dancing because none of the men were dressed appropriately, but the ladies were dressed stunningly. We went our separate ways, but it was for the better because the simulator allowed us to do activities that we really wanted to do. That is my summary for SRW for those of you who could not attend.