I believe there are three levels of self-awareness: awareness, belief, and action.
What you believe is whether you are a self-aware person. A self-aware person must recognize when they are aware, believe that they are aware, and act on that awareness.
I’m in the “believe” level, so I believe that I’m aware of what I should do every time I take a breath. I breathe for example. I believe that I am aware of the fact that I take a breath. I believe that I am aware that I breathe. I believe that I am aware of my breathing.
In the action level, every time I put on my gloves, I think I’m aware that I’m wearing gloves. I believe that I’m aware that I put on my gloves. I believe that I’m aware that I put on my gloves. I believe that I’m aware that I put on my gloves.
The action level only applies to the gloves, not the actual gloves. The gloves are only in the action level because they are the only part of the game that you actually take a breath in.
It’s a bit of a strange thing to consider, but the “gloves” on the gloves are only the first level of the game that you actually breathe in. The second and third levels of the game only apply pressure to your hands.
Here’s a good list of questions I can ask you.