In the first portion of this step, we go through the columns with our spiritually significant experiences like we originally did with our resentments. A spiritually significant experience is drastically different from the experience of having a resentment. One feels good and the other does not. Resentments contain a root of selfishness while spiritually significant experiences are created by our selfless spiritual nature. The original inventory pointed out how we had a deficit of spiritual tools, and this inventory will indicate how we are using the tools we have acquired to create the life we now cherish.
By following the same columns as the original inventory, we see exactly what caused these experiences to seem spiritually significant, we notice how these experiences affect us, and we comprehend our part in co-creating them.