The three previous steps were about defining your happiness and knowing yourself and your world, situation by situation. You are now equipped with tools to know your world and yourself, in relation to your definition of happiness, experience by experience, in any situation, past and present. Furthermore, you are now able to evidence what in your experience is conducive and what is nonconductive to happiness, in any situation.
In addition to evidencing what is conducive and non-conducive to happiness in your experience of a situation, Step 5 will enable you to envision what the experience could be if it were fully conducive to happiness.
Step 5 is identical to Step 4 with the addition of asking you to envision an experience that would be conducive to happiness in the same situation.
Step 5 thus extends evidencing what is conducive and non-conducive to happiness in the experience of the situation to envisioning what the experience could be if it were fully conducive to happiness. This will be applicable to past, present or future situations. Step 5 is in preparation for Step 6, in which you will learn to transform experiences from non-conducive to conducive to happiness.
The mnemonic for Step 5 is SEE, which represents Situation, Evidence and Envision. Thus, for any situation, you will learn to know the context with the tool WORLD and evidence your experience of it with the tool MINDSET, whilst being aware of your definition of happiness through the tool PEACE. Then, also with MINDSET, you will learn to envision what an experience of happiness could be for that same situation.
Alternatively, the same mnemonic SEE could represent Situation, Envision, Evidence. Here, for any situation, you will learn to understand the context with the tool WORLD and to envision an experience of happiness in it with the tool MINDSET, whilst being aware of your definition of happiness with the tool PEACE. Then, also with MINDSET, you will evidence your actual experience of the situation.