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How to achieve goals through Neurographica® Part 1

How to achieve goals through Neurographica®. Part 1

Everybody has goals. Even if you don't have a long-term plan for achieving your dreams, you still have small, daily goals to work toward. For instance, go to the kitchen and eat something, sit on the couch and watch a good show, or meet up with friends and chat. There's a long list of examples. There are people who know what they want to do, and there are people who don't. Some people make active life goals, while others simply go with the flow. We get a result or even results from any goal in one way or another. What is the difference between a "goal" and a "result," why you should define results rather than goals for yourself, and, most importantly, how to achieve the desired with Neurographica®? Find out in the next series of articles.


What to strive for, goals or results

Many people are familiar with the idiom "count chickens before they hatch." What exactly is it about? It's all about gathering the effects, the outcomes of one's previous work. Some people have a habit of complaining that their lives aren't full of things that make them happy. This is the effect, or net result, of their actions. It's a fact that you must accept. This is where the cause-and-effect principle comes into play. Bringing to effect is a term that refers to the external aspects of life and has to do with goal-setting. But which should you prioritise: goals or results? You can pursue a goal for years and still come up empty-handed. "I have such a big and wonderful goal," a person can say many times, but until they show the results they have achieved, their goal is worthless.

The goal is never the same as the result. The result may be equal to or greater than the goal.

What is the goal? A goal is the direction one wants to go in. This is, in a sense, the start of the journey. The result is the finish line, the end of the race, and the giving of rewards. Why, then, should you aim for results rather than goals? Because no matter how far we progress toward our goals, we will always find ourselves at the beginning of the journey. Remember how in Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, Alice would run away from the Chess Queen only to return to her?


How Neurographica® relates to the difference between goal and result

Working with goals using Neurographica® is a very clear technique. It often reveals whether a person is passionate about a particular goal or not. Neurographica® is a method of project management. It gives you the power to achieve your goals. That is why it "doesn't work" from time to time. Well, there's a reason for that... but first, let's look at an example.

Consider the case of a person who wishes to lose weight. First, he sets a weight-loss goal for himself. After that, he deprives himself of food and exhausts himself with strenuous workouts. Or does other things. But because it's not fun, he caves in and starts doing the things he had previously said he wouldn't do again. For instance, eating a lot of delicious food. Of course, this makes him happy.

If this person begins drawing Neurographica® in order to lose weight, he will almost certainly fail. Or he might have a hard time with it. Why would a man flip again to eat an abundant or tasty meal? Well, it's because the net result is happiness and pleasure.

So, how do you turn a neurographic drawing into a weight-loss tool? To do so, one must first decide what results one wishes to achieve at the end. Feel them deeply. For example, she will put on her favourite jeans or dress, be able to show off her slim figure on the beach, receive a lot of attention and compliments, or be offered a prestigious position. There's a long list of similar things. If these results, or at least one of them, truly "warm the soul," then this is what a neurographic drawing's theme should be.

Let's sum up. The goal determines the course of action, and the net result is a reward for completing the task. So, why does Neurographica® occasionally "fail"? The answer is the goal is incorrect. It is not, to put it another way, what one truly desires. In other words, if a person's net results aren't inspiring or pleasing from the start of the journey, his or her body and mind will push him or her in the opposite direction, where he or she will find true joy. And the neurographic drawing will reflect this. While thinking one is going in the direction one has chosen, the hands will unconsciously give away what one really wants in the lines.


How do you tell the difference between resistance and pointless targeting? A case is always required for large and complex tasks. That is, a series of drawings based on a common theme. The stronger the resistance, the more hidden issues there are in this theme. However, each subsequent drawing will show a closer result. This will change the drawings and the drawer's feeling. The drawings will become more harmonious and beautiful as time goes on, and they will become increasingly pleasing. Your body will begin to respond more positively as well.

There won't be much change in the drawings if the goal isn't really needed. It could even be the opposite, causing more issues. A drawer's interest in the theme may even wane completely. Maybe you should just forget about it and focus on something else. This is a very fine point to make. Thus, each person can only decide what happens to him or herself: resistance or rejection of the goal. As you draw, pay attention to your feelings, write them down, and compare them to one another. You'll be able to draw conclusions about how Neurographica® works in your life this way.


Can Neurographica® be used to speed up goal attainment?

Sometimes it takes a long time to accomplish one's goals. However, it is possible that you do not have that time or that you do not wish to wait that long. A family, for example, wishes to construct a large home. Ideally, it should be done before the children grow up. They will leave when they are older. When they are adults, you will not require a large home. Neurographica® enables you to compress time and achieve your goals much more quickly. How is that possible?

There's a saying that goes, "What we see is what we become." It is based on mirror neuron principles. Isn't that why we feel sad when we see a sad person and laugh when we see a funny person?

There is a NeuroTimeline algorithm in Neurographica®. It is the foundation for a number of techniques. Thus, when we look at a drawing of a house that has been designated for construction for three years rather than five, the mirror neurons read this as reality. The most important thing is that the time allotted is comfortable for us. Our happiness signals to our brain that this is possible, and it begins to offer us various options for achieving it.

The same NeuroTimelines allow you to not only compress but also lengthen time. For those who "don't have time for anything," this can be useful.


What the goal looks like in Neurographica®

A goal is a catalyst for us to act to get the results we want. It moves us, pushes us, squeezes us out of our comfort zone. Which shape of the graphical alphabet corresponds to this? A triangle. This is a sharp shape that prevents you from getting any rest and causes you to experience internal conflict. The goal also worries us. Count the number of moves, rethinking thoughts, and overcoming obstacles it takes to achieve a goal

The goal is to induce anxiety. Man is inherently inert. He is always looking for tranquilly, relaxation, and stability. All of this vanishes when a goal is set. The goal in Neurographica® has a sharp image. The more motivators there are for this goal, i.e. desired outcomes, the more sharp elements there will be.

So, we can deduce that the goal image in Neurographica® looks like a star.

Important! Only people who already have a Neurographica® Specialist or Instructor certificate can work with this image and with any other sharp shapes in Neurographica®.

The algorithm for working with goals in Neurographica® is called the NeuroGoal. This is a stand-alone course that only certified Users can take. If you do not already have such a certificate, you are invited to attend the Neurographica® Basic UserCourse.





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