In this presentation I will hop through a history of CMM examining the emerging relationship between CMM theoreticians and practitioners using CMM. This relationship irreverently opened space for both theoreticians and practitioners to develop one other in a mutually influential way. One of the many freeing things that Pearce and Cronen said was that 'the levels in CMM are not fixed in name, number or order' and so in this presentation we will then skip through some developments that were inspired by this freedom. For example, re-naming the level 'Family story' to 'Stories about significant relationships' opens space to explicitly include friendships; neighbours, club mates and colleagues, teachers and other relationships beyond family. This kind of development had potential to challenge the dominant discourse that practice is the application of theory and demonstrated that theory can be reflexively developed in response to unique episodes of practice. I/We will then jump into exploring how a practice I have called the 'Actually not knowing position' can help each practitioner to MMMM.. (make the most of magic moments) explore an episode of their own practice using the CMM framework. This involves a rigorous exploration that meanders purposefully through the CMM levels. This exploration may both enhance a practitioners current understanding of an episode and open space for future imaginative developments personally and professionally.