• Alla Bondareva

How to form an impression in a neurographic drawing. Part 1


We can use Neurographica® to manage our impressions and create a vision of the future we want. When we look at a completed drawing and find it appealing, parallel processes take place in our minds at the same time. It happens when neurons activated on a specific topic line up and connect, as if you're not enjoying the drawing, but rather a goal that has already been achieved. Read on to find out how and why it works.

What factors influence the formation of an impression in a neurographic drawing?


Composition can be found in all aspects of our lives. We arrange furniture and other household items in our homes and apartments in such a way that they are pleasing to us and easy to use for our convenience. We create a certain image of our relationships with our loved ones, which can last decades. The drawing clearly depicts these images. For example, ask the child to draw a picture of his or her family. The way he arranges the shapes of his parents, brothers and sisters, as well as his own body, will reveal to us the nature of the relationships that exist between family members.

We also create our own style of clothing. It comes in certain colors, shapes, and with a certain choice of accessories. The way people wear certain clothes, and so on. Things that are familiar and well-established cannot be confused with anything else. Sometimes we can tell who a person is from the back because of how they walk. The images you’ve completed can sometimes be very harmonious – looking at them makes you want to look at them again and again, admiring them. They can be a little crooked and discordant at times. You despise them so much that you want to run away as soon as possible.

These are just a few examples of composition; there are many more.

The only thing worth mentioning is that any of the examples presented above can be translated into a drawing. The rules for creating a composition apply to any drawing if you want it to look harmonious and impressive. This is especially true for neurographic drawings. After all, we use them to assist us in creating the reality of our lives.


The composition demonstrates how the objects in a drawing are related to one another. It is the core principle of making things. We organise our personal states through composition, which serves as a message to the universe about how we want things to be in the future.

Assume you're going to draw Neurographica® on the subject of relationships with a loved one and randomly place the shapes on the sheet. There's one and there's the other. It's important to note that you don't make any assumptions about how large the resulting shapes will be. Keep in mind that while you're drawing, mirror neurons read your message and encode it in your brain's neural network. Knowing this, how will you look at the shapes in relation to each other in order to find a way to fix the relationship?

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