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How to work with goals in Neurographica®. Part 3

How to work with goals in Neurographica®. Part 3

Star types and ways to achieve your goal Continued

Drivers and risks. In any goal, there is always something that motivates us and something that can make everything go wrong. So, these are the risks and drivers. "A danger foreseen is half avoided," is a well-known saying. Neurographica® algorithms NeuroGoal and NeuroTiming are examples of foresight tools. They have a lot of different ways that you can use to be ready for all kinds of things and find the best way to get to your goal.

We started talking about what Neurographica® can help you with goals in a previous article and mentioned the stars as the best image of goals. The NeuroGoal algorithm provides insight into the goal itself, the ways to achieve it, and the net result.

The Drivers and Risks technique brings up anything from our subconscious that could be a driver or a risk. What is their relationship to one another? Am I sufficiently motivated to mitigate all potential risks? If not, does it make sense for me to pursue this at all? If it makes you happy, if you like it and want to get it, you should keep going. Neurographica® techniques will assist you in the most efficient manner possible when "getting on and off the plane." They can be used to connect all of your motivators and risks, strengthen the former, or even get rid of the latter. What do we end up with? An unobstructed way to get what you want.

Neurographica® is an incredible tool because we often have no idea what a particular shape in a drawing means. However, there is meaning, without a doubt. Every shape has a distinct meaning. When nothing else comes to mind, experienced neurographers will often add one or more shapes labelled "I don't know what it is, but it's definitely something necessary, valuable, and useful for my theme." Then, depending on the nature of the shape, the subconscious mind will assign it a meaning.

You'll be able to deal with drivers and risks in this manner. The Drivers and Risks technique walks us through a specific algorithm that enables us to accomplish this in a very efficient and high-quality fashion.

It's critical to consider both your own desires and the influence of others when deciding on a goal. Even if nothing stands in my way, it is possible for me to deflate at the next step. Drivers and Risks assists you in determining how to deal with a variety of situations that may arise on your journey to the goal you pursue. This technique also has the additional benefit of increasing one's motivation and intention.

The geometric thinking that Neurographica® teaches us allows us to gain a better understanding of ourselves. We don't always know what we're up against. This is the type of situation where we can't give a shape a specific meaning, but know it should be there. A circle, triangle, or square drawn on paper can be examined and its hidden meaning deduced.

In the Neurographica® Instructor course, you'll learn two ways to use this technique. Except for the fact that it increases motivation and reduces the impact of risk, what exactly does it do? It restores your faith in the chance of anything being possible. Any large and difficult goal becomes attainable in our minds first, then in reality. Drawing can help you get used to the idea. Sometimes people fail to achieve their goals because they have a subconscious fear that they will be unable to do so. For example: "What if this materialises? Then what will happen to me?! Oh, mammy!" Your heart sank into the soles of your shoes. Your brain, on the other hand, reads everything. That is why it does not allow for implementation. The basic Neurographica® algorithm, which we use in every neurographic technique, is designed to bring delight, joy, and appreciation to the end of the drawing. If not, this indicates that there are still issues that have not been identified and resolved. When we look at a finished drawing and like it (even though it was complicated and required a great deal of resistance in body, emotion, and mind), our brain interprets it as a theme that has already been implemented and begins looking for opportunities to implement it in real life as well.

Using NeuroGoal's algorithm, you'll learn how to manage your willpower better. Particular. Targeted. Conscious.

What "achieving" a goal means

The word "to achieve" is a verb. So it's an action, not an image. In Neurographica®, you can draw goal stars both traditionally and by breaking them down into components. Imagine how scientists would envy us if we could disassemble a star into pieces. That's no problem for us at Neurographica®!

The method for achieving the goal allows us to closely manage our drivers and motivators. How powerful are they? What is their relationship like? What is the path that each of them is taking? Do their paths cross in any way? Is it possible that some are suppressing others? What exactly do they give me in total?

When you use this technique, you can even straighten the paths of your motivators. Broadly, the NeuroGoal algorithm is ideal for those who are conscious and deliberate about not only their goals, but also how they are achieved and all the different outcomes that may arise from them.

By trying motivators, we can learn which ones work best and which ones tend to "get stuck." Some of them are simple to manage. Others arrive moaning and groaning. What is the source of this reluctance? What can be done about it? Neurographica® is a project management technique. You can find fantastic answers and unexpected solutions deep within yourself by asking yourself these questions at every step of the drawing session. It's gradually becoming clear to me that I am my own question, answer, solution and way of doing things. All the answers are already inside us. All you need to do now is get them out of there. It doesn't matter what level of subconsciousness they are at. The basic algorithm taught in the Neurographica® User course teaches us how to do that.

What happens when we try our motivators to accomplish a goal? More precisely, to accomplish via exertion. We can connect all the motivators and see the bigger picture. Everyone's movement is organised and coordinated on the inside because the force that propels us is the goal we want to reach. This technique creates a sense of movement, as if something is occurring rather than just spinning in your head. This already manages the imagination flow. There may be some intermediate results or new opportunities that come up in the process. In the drawing, they appear as suggestive shapes at the intersections of lines.

Neurographica® gives you a lot of ways to make your dreams come true. Graduates of our Institute acquire a ticket to quality work with their own life and with others after completing professional training. TheNeurographica® Instructor course is a nine-month programme that teaches you how to use all of Neurographica® features and the coaching model for you to interact with others.

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