Composition in Neurographica® Part 2
Updated: Apr 19
Using creativity to model life. Working with Models: The Environment
Composition in Neurographica®. Part 2.
Neurographica® is, on the one hand, an algorithmic way to draw, but on the other hand, every step of the process is a chance to be creative. Although the basic algorithm steps appear to be the same, each person's drawing has a unique composition. Similarly, the field lines appear to represent the same thing for everyone, but they each carry their energy and appear differently. Neurographica® cleverly combines rigorous, scientifically proven drawing algorithms, the rules of harmonious composition that have been in place for centuries, and a fascinating creative process into a single tool.
Some new users claim that Neurographica® is uninteresting due to the presence of certain drawing rules. They do not notice until they become familiar with the method that each successive drawing is nearly identical to the previous one. At this point, they begin to claim that Neurographica® lacks creativity and is a tedious activity. Is it true that these scribbles can change your life?
Have you ever noticed how differently various individuals approach even the most mundane daily tasks? Set the table and serve an ordinary dinner, for example. A neurographic line, according to the Neurographica® definition, does not repeat itself at every section of its movement. Every neurograph is unpredictable at every turn of life, according to a joke among neurographs. That is to say, they have made it a habit to be creative, to the point where even preparing a simple meal becomes a creative process.
Neurographica® is a creative way to change how you think and make the things you want to happen. That is, we learn to take a creative approach to life and find innovative solutions to any problem.
Transferring the energy of love from the inner world to the outer world is what creativity is all about. How does this apply to Neurographica® composition? Directly. The more resentment, anger, frustration, and similar destructive emotions a person harbours within, the messier his initial drawings will be. As if the same scribbles were screaming at the viewer. However, when love awakens and develops within an individual, his or her outer world is transformed in parallel. You can think of it as turning on a light when you're in a big dark room. You can either light a candle or turn on the ceiling chandelier. Accordingly, the effect will vary.
As more drawings are completed on a single theme, the drawings become more harmonious and aesthetically pleasing. They will be pleasing to the eye even if they have high cognitive complexity, such as many, many shapes or layers.
What role does composition play in this? The more harmonious one's inner world is, the better one can sense and reproduce harmony in the outer world. Of course, many drawings on the same theme can help you learn to capture harmony in composition. You can also study the laws of composition, which are covered in the NeuroComposition course, for a shorter route. Sure, knowledge won't instantly transform your sketches into masterpieces. Rather, it will speed things up a lot.
What other reasons exist for the importance of creativity? We are the architects of both ourselves and the world around us. We keep track of our body, mind, psyche, and soul when we draw. What effect did this line or shape have on me, and how did they interact? At each stage of creating neurographic drawings, you should ask yourself similar questions. We can adjust what we draw by finding answers to these questions. Our feelings will shift as a result. You'll agree that our feelings, in turn, determine how we live our lives. This is what we mean when we say:
Neurographica® is the practice of managing one's experiences through creativity.
Why can I only use Neurographica® to model after I've completed the User course?
As previously stated, Neurographica® has certain drawing and safety rules. You can only begin to use something without fear once you have mastered it. Neurographica® is a transformational practice, not just a drawing. Isn't it important to pay close attention to how we change ourselves, what we bring into our lives, and how we change our relationship with the world around us?
A knife would never be given to a young child who has not yet learned to use his hands. If they don't know it, no one will climb a high-voltage pole to fix wires. Similarly, you can't begin modelling in Neurographica® without first learning how to use it.
Modelling is an enthralling process that should be approached with reverence and full understanding. You must be ready to change your personality and life. Unlike the Algorithm for Removing Limitations (ARL), which solves problems solely by harmonising, rounding, and dissolving our ego, modelling stimulates the ego because we are programming what we want. The ARL allows the use of only circles from the graphical alphabet shapes. Working with sharp shapes is already a part of modelling. Allegorically, these are the "knives" that we use every day. Only a skilled chef can masterfully chop vegetables while keeping his fingers intact. Only Neurographica® Specialists or Instructors are permitted to "sway" triangles in their drawings without endangering themselves or others. Why are others significant in this case if we are only drawing ourselves and our attitudes? Because our actions have an impact on others.
Modelling is a creative act, but it is more forceful than ARL. You must be morally and ethically prepared to deal with it. Modelling necessitates conflict. There is no scandal or quarrel. Rather, it's a person's inner conflict, which exists somewhere between their old and new ideas of life, between their comfortable routine and their growing desires.
We create a conflict on a specific theme through the composition of a neurographic drawing. After that, we tie it up and round it off. The Neurographica® Instructor course provides a thorough overview of how to correctly and deftly apply all the method's tricks. Not haphazardly stumbling across pitfalls, but deftly avoiding them and occasionally even utilising them as a resource. Imagine you've encountered a particularly unpleasant situation and turned it into a resource for your personal growth rather than a problem. You only have one option at the end of the day: win. This type of quality life management can be learned by anyone using Neurographica®.
What other reason is there for learning the laws of modelling? Some people who draw Neurographica® express regret. To illustrate this point, let's say a person has drawn an increase in his income of five thousand rubles but only receives four and a half. So, what went wrong here? Was it that Neurographica® was ineffective, or was it something else? The fact that this person is complaining indicates that his or her ego is not fully coordinated with the Self.
Numerous instructors assert that there are times when you draw repeatedly and then see that the subject was unimportant to you at all. This indicates that the drawing's outcome will differ from your expectations. Choose topics that are relevant and timely. There are numerous factors to consider when planning an event or even a series of events in advance. The NeuroAim (Aim. Achievement. Result) and NeuroTimeline courses go over this in-depth.
The NeuroComposition course is a collection of techniques that serve as the bedrock of personal willpower and desire strengthening. We can't always switch off our egos. We live in a physical world where individual willpower is essential for survival. Neurographica® is a project management practice. True quality results can only be achieved when drawing and personal effort work in tandem.
The techniques used to create harmonious compositions will be the focus of the following articles.