We’re tackling our generation’s mental health crisis through the power of metacognition.
Atlas asks you questions about your identity, and you answer back in your own voice. This process of acknowledging your inner dialogue and owning up to your thoughts has been — and continues to be — central to therapy, meditation, and spiritual traditions across time and geography.
How It Works
Once a week, we release a new Atlas Audio that explores an important aspect of your identity.
You’ll explore your identity through a series of episodes. Each episode dives into a specific topic such as the people in your life, the ways you spend your time, or your hopes and dreams for the future.
During each episode, you’ll learn more about yourself by talking through a series of questions. Addressing these questions truthfully and honestly will help you notice a bit more clearly what the particular parts of your life mean to you.
Why Speak Out Loud?
Vocalizing your thoughts forces you to concretely articulate ideas that are often cluttered and half-baked in your head. You might find the act of speaking out loud unfamiliar at first, but you’ll ease into it as you flow into your train of thought. The more you speak, the better you’ll get at understanding how you think about yourself, others, and the world around you.