Here are some alternative representative objects I would suggest for the 13 frameworks:
1. Self-Thinking (Thinking): A mirror, representing self-reflection and understanding one’s thought processes.
2. Self-Magic (Magic): A virtual reality headset, representing the interaction with technology and how it shapes perception.
3. Self-Friends (Friends): A friendship bracelet or intertwined hands, representing relationships and social connections.
4. Self-Creation (Creation): A blank canvas, representing the ability for creative expression and projection of ideas.
5. Self-Nature (Nature): A seashell, representing exploring the natural world and interconnectedness of life.
6. Self-Health (Health): A heart, representing nurturing one’s physical and mental well-being.
7. Self-Space (Space): A telescope, representing exploring the cosmos and humanity’s place in the universe.
8. Self-Inventor (Inventor): A puzzle, representing problem-solving, creative thinking and innovation.
9. Self-Earth-Friend (Earth-Friend): A recycling symbol, representing environmental stewardship and care for the planet.
10. Self-Play (Play): A kaleidoscope, representing learning, development, and the joy of play.
11. Self-Artist (Artist): A pair of ballet shoes, representing self-expression through art forms like dance, music, sculpture, etc.
12. Self-Learner (Learner): A graduation cap, representing gaining knowledge, intellectual growth and cultivating a lifelong love of learning.
13. Self-Soul (Soul): A lotus, representing spiritual and personal enlightenment, transcendence of self, and attainment of wisdom.
These are just my suggestions – there are many possible representative objects that could symbolize each framework. Please let me know if you have any other ideas or prefer different objects. I can provide additional options and recommendations.