In the early 20th century when it was a fair in Vallejo, California, there were three levels of self-awareness. The first level was an awareness of the crowd. The second level was a awareness of yourself in the crowd. The third level was an awareness of yourself as an individual, part of a crowd, and in the presence of others.
I think it is safe to say that the first level of awareness that a person has about themselves is very different than the second and third levels. The first level is self-awareness of the crowd. As a result of the crowd being aware of them, they don’t tend to be a crowd of people that are constantly trying to get them to do something wrong. The second level is self-awareness of “I am me.
The third level is awareness of who you are as an individual. The third level is conscious awareness of who you are as an individual. The third level is conscious awareness of you as an individual. This third level is awareness of the individual as an individual. This is why self-awareness is a very different thing from the other levels of self-awareness.