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Applying colours in Neurographica®

Applying colours in Neurographica®

Different techniques are used to help people reach the deepest parts of their subconscious minds and find solutions to their problems right there. Neurographica® does this by combining these techniques. The use of colour is also part of the basic algorithm, and it allows you to mix and match different meanings in a single context. This integration takes place on a deep neural level. Thus, our logical minds may be unable to discern where and how things are connected or where the next insight will lead us. Aside from that, colour is about emotion, and it serves as an additional means of expressing our feelings and experiences. Colour composition is a major factor in determining how the drawing will look and whether we enjoy it or not.

Colour is energy

As we all learned in physics class, colour is energy. There is no colour at all. Rather, there are wavelengths and frequencies that our eyes perceive and the brain decodes as a specific colour. That is why some people can detect even the most subtle shades, whereas others cannot distinguish anything other than grey and white. The latter are referred to as colourblind. Colour blindness is caused by a brain and visual analyser deficiency.

Colour is important in perinatal practice. For example, when preparing a future mother for childbirth and throughout her pregnancy, it is advised that she wear clothing in all colours of the primary spectrum. The mother-to-be also meditates on each colour individually for the normal development of the child in her womb. By doing so, she visualises how that colour's energy is harmoniously integrated into all the child's vital systems and guides their proper development. Remarkably, the colours used by a pregnant woman influence the personality of her child after birth.

Colour has taken on a special meaning in Eastern culture over the centuries. You've probably heard of the five elements: wind/wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. We learn from books and various teachers that these elements have an impact on human life in all of its manifestations, and that one cycle lasts 60 years.

However, even without understanding the full implications of the oriental theory of the five elements, we can perceive the effect of colours on us. For example, what colour do you want to see on the trees in the summer when it's 30 degrees outside? Not red, for sure. We want to see more green in the trees, more blue in the sky, and more blue in the water in the summer. In the winter, when it's cold, you'll want to wrap up in a warm rug that's red like fire or earthy.

Colour has an impact on us and our lives. Upbeat people tend to dress in bright colours. Dark colours are preferred by pessimists and people with strict personalities and occupations. Have you ever seen scientists, civil servants, or older men in high places wearing suits in eye-catching and vibrant colours? This may even be deemed indecent in some cases. How do kids get dressed? Occasionally, it is more appropriate to refer to them as parrots. They adore anything vibrant and lush. Why? Because a child's personality is still independent and direct, i.e. lively and natural.

To put it another way, colour is more than just red, green, yellow, or blue. It is a form of energy that, depending on how it is used, can either destroy or create.


The Five-Element Theory. Colour Energy

An entire module called NeuroColour is dedicated to the study of colour energy and the specifics of its application on the Neurographica® Instructor course. This is a course on managing life's energies using colour energy.

This is what Pavel Mikhailovich Piskarev has to say about it:

- I delved into it deeply enough. My mind, soul, and heart were all tied up in this system. Again, it brought my inner and outer worlds closer together. It was made clear how the big and the small are the same. This knowledge is both fascinating and profound in scope. It's huge. Based on this theory, I successfully defended my PhD thesis in psychology, titled "Personality-oriented personnel management and the structure of Taoist philosophy."

The Taoist five-element theory fits perfectly with our Pyramid of Consciousness, which demonstrates that humans have multiple levels of consciousness. The infinite Absolute and the five Elements preceding it make up the deepest level, which is known as the level of Self.

We will not reveal the entirety of this theory in this article. A few words won't do. is more effective to be trained on the NeuroColour module and to get the most out of it while being guided by responsive course coaches and supervisors.

It's only necessary to state the fundamentals here to facilitate comprehension of the remainder of the text. The Wind, or Tree, is the first element. It fosters growth, development, innovation, and creativity. Light blue or green colours should be used to draw it. Fire is the second element. It's red. It is a heat, warmth, passion, and burning interest energy. Earth is the third element. Draw it in orange and yellow shades. There is a sense of tranquillity, peace, and stability here. This is the energy of humidity. Metal, with its dry energy, is the next element. It is firmness, conviction, obstinacy, and structure. Finally, the fifth element is Water, which represents cold energy. It embodies depth, wisdom, and a lack of haste.

If you know which colours have what kind of energy and what they mean, your neurographic drawings will be better. You can even use a specific colour to stimulate stagnant processes within a chosen theme or, conversely, to slow something down. It depends on the resources required to accomplish your objective.


How to apply colours in Neurographica®

The basic Neurographica® algorithm is designed to accommodate all levels of human consciousness. At each stage of drawing, it allows you to delve deeper and deeper into yourself. While one may encounter numerous limitations in the beginning, by the time one reaches the stage of applying colour to a drawing, inspiration has usually already arrived.

If there is also resistance, if negative emotions emerge, it is worth considering that the energies of the five elements, or life energies, are out of balance with one another. If this occurs, work on it separately, drawing each colour carefully and filling it with your inner self.

One way to use colour in Neurographica® is to consciously bring the right colour into the theme. For example, suppose you've identified a task that you'd like to work on. Ask yourself what you need to succeed. Perhaps a spirit of fortitude? Or the light in your eyes, or the fire? Maybe wisdom? Or perhaps some sort of movement and activity? After determining what will assist you in getting closer to your desired outcome at this stage, choose an appropriate colour and incorporate it into your drawing.

Naturally, it is critical to remember that all things are good in moderation and that all elements, energies interact harmoniously.

Another way is intuitive. That is, you don't pick the colours; instead, you take the ones you want right now.

Intuitive colour work may reveal some issues that will manifest themselves at the end of the drawing when you don't like it. If this happens, don't be too hard on yourself for a "bad" drawing. However, it is worthwhile to investigate which colour or set of colours, or perhaps their combination, is causing the issue. What exactly did you dislike? Perhaps the drawing was too dark or, on the other hand, too "transparent." All those sorts of things. It's a good idea to tie the meaning of these colours to your theme. How are they related? This is the essence of the final item in the basic algorithm. Later on, in your subsequent works on the subject, the conclusions drawn should be incorporated.

The conscious way of adding colour necessitates complete involvement in the process, as well as a high level of self-awareness in the "here and now." If you do this, your drawing will become a deep dialogue with yourself, with your feelings and sensations. When you think about the subject and keep track of how you feel while you're drawing, you can make the right changes to the drawing and your life through the task at hand.

What should you remember about colours? They should be free of excesses. You don't have to wear the same colour all the time, for example. Indeed, we must remember that colour is energy, and it has a significant impact on us. Isn't that why most people have nearly identical illnesses, because they walk almost always in dark, if not black, clothing? It is uncommon to see people dressed in vibrant and lush colours on the street, particularly older people. Who's to say it's not age-appropriate? Age is not a constant. It all comes down to how a person is feeling inside. Even at a mature age, it is possible to maintain a youthful appearance and pursue an active lifestyle. Alternatively, you can grumble on the sofa when you're young and eventually become an old man.

Here is a description of the Colour Spots technique. The technique is quite deep and necessitates a great deal of involvement in the present moment.

The Colour Spots technique is described in just a few words below. This is a full-fledged coaching practice. Read Pavel Piskarev's book on modelling your reality with Neurographica® for more information on the use of colours in neurographic drawings. The book is set to be released this autumn. Stay tuned for updates on our website. And, for sure, the Neurographica® Instructor tor is the only way to obtain not only the most comprehensive information but also many hours of hands-on practise in the application of colours in Neurographica®.

The work in the Colour Spots technique begins immediately with the application of colour. Sketch intuitive colour spots on paper while asking yourself questions about your chosen theme, such as what colour your reality might be right now. Shapes and lines are not the most important elements in this composition. Alternatively, leave them out of the drawing entirely. Only the colour. And pay attention to how the storey unfolds in the drawing, as well as how your sensations change, how your body and emotions react to a given colour, its amount and intensity. As you go, you can make the colour changes you want right away.

Some images that are very clear and easy to recognise may take shape as we go along the way. Normally, in Neurographica®, we avoid such images and symbols. Neurographica® is an abstract art form. The Colour Spots technique, on the other hand, allows you to disregard this rule. Nonetheless, you are not required to create a detailed outline of something right away, either. It's just a colour job, that's all.

Don't go for dark, heavy tones right away. Do you recall the affixing effect? It's only useful at the end of a drawing session. If you don't like something, it's nearly impossible to cover up the dark colour with anything.

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