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How to work with goals in Neurographica®. Part 2

How to work with goals in Neurographica®. Part 2

Everything in our world aspires to be free. Every tree, bush, and blade of grass wants to make more room for themselves. If you don't keep an eye on the plants, they will grow into a thick jungle. Over time, statues, paintings, and buildings deteriorate. This applies to everyone, including men. The body strives to be in the most comfortable position possible, which is usually horizontal.

What causes someone to move? Desires. I have to get food if I want to eat. I need to make friends if I want to socialise. I want to go swimming in the sea, but I need to get there first. There are many examples. Desires motivate us to get out of bed, go to work, and do other activities that bring us closer to our goals in some way. If the desire isn't strong enough, the person might never leave the couch. However, if it is powerful, it becomes a goal. The goal, in turn, pushes you out of your comfort zone and puts both your body and mind under stress.

NeuroGoal and NeuroTiming are two algorithms in Neurographica® that allow you to work with goals and future events. Sure, the other algorithms can help you get closer to your goal, but these two are the only ones that can do so in a more targeted and efficient manner. The following is a discussion about them.

In a previous article we got to the conclusion that the goal in Neurographica® is the image of a star. Why? It's made up of triangles. All complex shapes in Neurographica® are decomposed into simple graphical alphabet shapes.

Star types and ways to achieve your goal

Asymmetrical compositions are preferred by Neurographica®. Symmetry is only used in extreme, life-or-death situations. So, the stars as a representation of the goal can be correct or incorrect. In any case, a perfectly correct, symmetrical star will not emerge if you draw by hand without using special tools (Neurographica® is an art, not a design). Fireworks don't always go off in the same way. The goal star can only be correct if you are crystal clear about your goal and can align all of its components perfectly.

We will be dealing with multiple triangles if we decompose the star into simple shapes. The triangle is a razor-sharp shape that necessitates the drawer to be hyper-aware of his or her feelings and adhere to all safety precautions. In the Neurographica® Instructor course, you can learn all the nuances of handling Neurographica® sharp shapes without the risk of causing all kinds of problems in your life.

In Neurographica®, working with triangles entails creating controlled anxiety. The linking rules and the number of sharp corners in the final image are in charge of such control. Here, we're looking for an energy source that has a form and volume that's comfortable for us.

So, what are the different types of stars in Neurographica®, and how should you approach them? Let's go over the techniques the Instructor course teaches in more detail.

An image of an ideal goal. This composition enables you to comprehend your desire and your role within it. What will happen to me if I achieve my goal? Is it even necessary? Besides, this composition helps you figure out what and how much you need to do to reach the goal.

From mild excitement and curiosity to outright anger, a wide range of emotions can arise here. When working with triangles and stars, the most important thing to remember is to pay attention to how your feelings change. Neurographic drawing is a good way to look for hidden energies and feelings, as well as unrealized desires and dreams, that have been bubbling to the surface. It's critical to learn how to deal with them. You can learn this kind of management and get answers to any questions you might have about how to work with sharp shapes in an Instructor course, under the supervision of a coach and experienced supervisors.

How badly do I want to achieve my goal? Do I draw the elements of the goal star vigorously or sluggishly, barely, for fear of making a mistake? Triangles reveal all of our minds' and souls' hidden corners. They are like blades that cut through our own inner space and open up new doors. You have to be ready for that to happen.

When a person decides to do something different from what he or she is used to, the environment reacts immediately. Few people have individuals who are both supportive and helpful in their lives. In these situations, we usually encounter a trickster. Thus begin the numerous taunts, reproaches, prejudice-expressing statements, doubts, and accusations. This is the way triangles operate. Is it possible for me to persevere and overcome all of this as a means to achieve my goal? The linking principle does not make difficult situations go away; rather, it allows us to approach them differently and respond in a more balanced manner.

The goal is something for which I am willing to awaken from my resting state.

The goal can be thought of as a link between the individual and the rest of the world. It's a stimulant that works on the inside of the body. Some goals make us feel good, while others make us feel tense. This is reflected in the drawings and the drawing session in Neurographica®. There is a chance that the goal will not work if it is too stressful and can be imposed by someone else. When attempting to draw a goal, it is critical to ask yourself what you are willing to offer and give to the world to bring your desire to fruition.

Some people who first learned Neurographica® through free online lessons have a strong belief that it is a comfy drawing that grants our wishes like a magic baton. This is far from the truth. Very far away.

The shapes' corners and line intersections symbolise potential inner conflicts and difficulties. When we set a goal for ourselves, we put ourselves in a difficult situation by our own choice. The ultimate image of our goal is how we respond to it and deal with it. It's fine if you enjoy it and find it to be pleasantly arousing. You dislike it; something is gnawing at you – this indicates that the goal image needs adjustments.

Observe your body sensations, emotions, and mental direction throughout the goal star drawing process. For me, what does this line, these shapes, and their combination mean? How do they strike a chord with me? Pushing through resistance is never a good idea. You can put yourself in a bad situation. Observation points, which are covered in detail in the Neurographica® User course, allow you to conduct neurographic work safely and efficiently. You must be very careful when lighting the stars within you. This is why the linking principle, also known as rounding, exists.

As has been stated many times before, Neurographica® brings all of our hidden soul and body moments to the surface. Sometimes I want to scream, sometimes I'm sick, and sometimes something hurts unexpectedly. Working with triangles and stars produces a wide range of feelings and emotions. Particularly if the goal is large and expansive. It is critical to allow this energy to flow freely. Anything you have stuffed into the nooks and crannies of your soul has to come out. Our job is to release this energy as safely as possible and put it to the best possible use.

The goal star assists us in filling in the gaps in our character that prevent us from achieving our goals. To accomplish this, we must overcome resistance. Making sure that you use Neurographica® correctly lets this happen quickly. That's why we invite you to our Psychology of Creativity Institute. Every step of the way, our instructors, coaches, and supervisors are there to assist you. Once you've completed it, you'll be able to not only use Neurographica® correctly, but also to achieve any goal safely and effectively.

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