Our desire to make sense of ourselves is as old as humanity.
From the first humans millions of years ago and their earliest cave paintings depicting archetypes, to the greek philosopher Socrates’ who posited the imperative to “Know Thyself” 2000 years ago. Ever since humans have been reading tea leaves, fortune tellers and horoscopes in magazines - all in a quest to make sense of who we are and what lies in our future.
But - have we gotten any closer?
As Katharina puts it, “Those who understand us better than we understand ourselves have the power to direct our decision-making”. Kat reveals the subconscious patterns and secrets of our decision-making, handing power back to individuals.