You access memories in the same way as you learned it.
My style of learning is: understanding how things work. I have been prepared for life in this way by my parents, who are both engineers. Because of that, I have always been driven by curiosity and the need to understand as many things around me as possible. The main challenges of my life were physical health problems. Digestive issues had been part of my everyday struggle for the majority of my existence. I also had low energy, mood issues, and emotional shutdowns. Since adolescence, I have put myself on a mission to understand the reasons for bottlenecks in my wellbeing. I have also started a search for the most effective tools that would enable me to enjoy myself. I have read hundreds of books, scientific papers, entered academia, and explored hands-on many other modalities. I graduated from MSc in Cognitive and Decision Sciences (UCL). I finished the Post-MSc program and worked as a researcher at the Technical University of Eindhoven, exploring persuasive science and tech for an increase in motivation and engagement in healthcare oriented solutions. I experimented with different substances: psychedelics, cannabis, medicinal mushrooms, nootropics, Ayurvedic herbs, and biohacking supplements. For the last few years, I have been focusing on somatic oriented approaches like dance, embodiment, and the polyvagal theory. Experimentation and research of all of these modalities made me realize that no single method can improve the life of a modern human. The tools need to be tailored to each individual but also combined into a systemic solution. We are a product of interaction with others and our environments, and self-development work should take this into account. I have been utilizing this knowledge and experience in all of my current activities: