How to work with goals in Neurographica®. Part 4
How to work with goals in Neurographica®. Part 4
Man lives in the material world and sets material goals for himself first and foremost. It's not only about money or goods. It's everything that makes him who he is. Existential means essential. When you talk about the essence of something, you talk about existence. The soul enters the body first, thus the body must come first. Otherwise, there is no place for the soul to go. This is a philosophical topic with a lot of depth. However, what counts to us now is that a person establishes some goals, recognises and overcomes obstacles, and resolves various life difficulties.
In previous articles we have dealt with the concept of "goal" and "result", the difference between them, started talking about achievement and talked about ways of working with goals through Neurographica®. Today we will talk in more detail about the results.
How to reach the result
When you set a goal, you expect to see tangible results. In most cases, the result is a reference to the goal itself. For example, the goal is to buy a flat. You've bought There is now a flat. The goal has been met. This is what a person believes to be the result. But what is the underlying reason for this purchase? What is ahead for the individual after this purchase? What will he do with his life now? After all, what will be his new way of life? Maintenance costs for the new flat? There are a slew of other questions like this that can indicate the complete range of results that goal attainment might bring.
What exactly is motivation? It was previously discussed in another article. It's a motivator that encourages you to keep moving forward rather than abandoning your goal halfway through. A clear knowledge of the goal's ultimate result is precisely this driver. Or, to be more precise, drivers. Because there are always multiple results.
Is it easy for you to keep your motivation the same for a long time? To stay motivated, some people turn to meditation. Others create their own mind maps. Someone is engaged in another activity. As for us, we draw Neurographica®. First and foremost, it provides a clear and visible expression of both the goal and the path to achieving it, as well as of all the results. Second, it influences how you feel about the goal once you've achieved it. Looking cheerfully at one's completed drawing informs one's brain that this is the goal and that the results are satisfactory. In the interim, what does the mind do? You may think: "Have this goal really come true? What was I doing at the time? I need to catch up right away." Here, the process of identifying opportunities for the greatest potential achievement of the goal begins. What is the manifestation of this? Simply said, one begins to see things in a different light and to notice things that were before overlooked or that one had not even realised were there.
In the first article in this series, we came to the conclusion that the goal has the image of a star, whose rays are motivators. So, how does the net result seem from the perspective of Neurographica®? Here, too, the stars are in charge.
You are a well-motivated person if you are anxious about something. You just don't know where your motivation is going.
Pavel Mikhailovich Piskarev, author of the Neurographica® method
We started the discourse about existence at the beginning of this article. When a person has existential anxiety, they feel like they are connected to the future. Guilt draws attention to the past. Anxiety guides the future.
What does the result look like to you? Does it make you want to celebrate after you reach a big goal? Isn't the result associated with a holiday for you? Do you take a holiday without reason? If there is a holiday, there must be a reason, even if it's just to buy a ballpoint pen. So it appears that the result has something to do with the holiday. What usually occurs during large celebrations? Salute. Fireworks. This is the result image applied in Neurographica®.
Why are there fireworks? Do you recall how others reacted to it? Everyone, young and old, intellectuals, military personnel, and creative people, pauses to observe the fireworks. And emotions, strong emotions! Perhaps the only thing in today's world that transforms people into "alive" beings capable of openly expressing their genuine excitement are fireworks. In this way, when we see the finished neurographic drawing with these feelings and emotions and think about how excited we are about achieving the goal and getting real results, it feels like we are in the future. All that remains is for the brain to serve all of this up to us in the form of appropriate situations and opportunities. Not missing it is the most important thing.
Humans are mostly visual creatures. Even those with a proclivity for "seeing" notes and sounds. Then, even digitally savvy individuals prefer to view the evidence in its whole. It's just that everyone has a different perspective. But the point is still the same. "Do you think that's silly?" "Yes, it is." "Did you enjoy the process? "No." "Are you pleased with the result?" "It's all right, I think. I like it." This is exactly what the brain requires to make us like the drawing's result.
When one is pleased with the result, he or she emanates happiness, which spreads to others. Why does the goal-achieving process occasionally stall? Because there is a lack of motivation. What is the reason for this? Because there is no clear picture of the net result to invigorate one's will to live and succeed. Neurographica® techniques help us stay motivated and see how happy we are when we achieve our goals. At this point, things start to happen all of a sudden. It's similar to a boyfriend-girlfriend relationship. While she chases him down with a sour expression on her face, he runs away from her. He rushes to her as soon as she is content with herself and life in general. He's happy to do it. The goal is the same way. The fact that we are enthused about a future result now brings closer the time when we will be able to experience it in reality. This is why Neurographica® chose fireworks as the result image.
Draw fireworks and enjoy right now. The Neurographica® Instructor course in the NeuroGoal module teaches you what and how to consider in drawing fireworks as a means to get the best results safely and effectively.
Why does motivation wane as time passes? Because as long as the goal is in front of your eyes, it appears to be big. But when it gets distracted by everyday tasks, it quickly shrinks and may even become irrelevant. This is why you need to keep the results of this goal in front of you at all times. Neurographica® simplifies and visualises this process to the maximum.
Unlike the goal, the result can be seen even from a long way away in time. Plus, it can't be overridden by any home matters. If they are obstructing the result, it indicates that the result is not truly necessary. What makes us happy, joyous, is the result.
There is a basic work called 40 Circles of Harmony in neurographic practise. After you complete it, numerous aspects of your life begin to shift. All it needs is 40 circles drawn on a piece of paper, the Neurographica® technology applied to them, and some rounding. On the surface, it appears to be an easy task. It does, however, have a lot of time and material to handle. The simplest shape is a circle, and rounding is a procedure that immediately transports us to a state of serenity, harmony, calmness, and even bliss. It's a good idea to start with circles and add rounding to everything before moving on to stars and fireworks. Professional neurographers have a saying: "Whenever in doubt, draw a circle out of it." It makes no difference how many circles you draw. The circles themselves are really significant. Best of all, if you want to learn how to do it all with the quality of a professional and achieve your goals with the best possible results, then come to us for training. We have a programme to suit every type of thinking.