We do not live in a vacuum. Wherever we are, in any situation, we are always in relationships to people or things. Our relationships may be with very few or with many people, superficial or deep and of a transient or permanent duration.; We are always in relationships with a place, a country and with objects around us, no matter how many or how few they may be, as well as with organizational structures and rules, no matter how rigid or flexible, tolerant or intolerant, supportive or unsupportive they may be.
Observe all the possible relationships that may exist in the situation and reflect on them. Any individual with whom you have a significant relationship would have already been identified when you did the W5 observations. Some of these individuals may be among the ones you have identified in your element lists as people you care about. With these individuals, what are the relationships at play? Are they friends, family, or are they in another role? To the extent that it may be possible, you might want to gain a more in-depth understanding about these individuals by observing their behavior and what they may feel, think and hold as notions, in a way similar to what you have done with the MINDSET dimensions. When conducting such observations, strive to be as non-judgemental as possible. Make notes in the corresponding space in the template.
After you have done this to your satisfaction, proceed to Template Integration.