This time last year I could barely add 2+2 in my head without piercing pain behind my eyes.
I started getting migraines and daily headaches for the first time since I was a child.
My brain was absolutely fried. Over stressed from working intensely and non-stop for 4 years. #startuplife
The past year has been a journey in healing my brain.
In honoring it for the amazing work it does.
But allowing it to do that work with freedom, rest, and inspired action.
Rather than force, demands, and petal-to-the-metal drive.
The past year has been a process in learning how to take care of my brain.
What it needs to heal. What it needs to be in balance. How I can take care of it.
A lot of my healing work has been learning about my human design (projector, heyyyy) and rebalancing my masculine and feminine energy.
It’s been about stepping back into flow. Back into the rhythm of my own body, rather than that of my 9-5. Back into my power.
It’s been about learning the stages of my cognitive processing.
✔️How sometimes my brain is in full absorption mode (best for learning).
✔️How other times it’s in digestion mode (best for integration and pausing).
✔️And how it loves being in action mode (best for stepping into the driver’s seat with inspiration).
All of this healing I get to bring into working with my clients. By approaching systems and hiring with a balance of structure and flow, pause and action, and creation and maintenance.
And I’m thankful for that.