• Alla Bondareva

How to work with goals in Neurographica®. Part 6

How to work with goals in Neurographica®. Part 6

Image of happiness in Neurographica®

Is happiness a thing that can be drawn? What exactly does it look like? Each individual responds to the question of what happiness is in their own unique way. Everyone has a different set of things that bring them happiness. Thus, it turns out that in order to portray happiness, one must reflect the entirety of this set on paper. Well, that's not easy to do. At the very least, because it will consume a great deal of space. Not to mention how to express emotions and feelings like love. No matter how cleverly you use metaphors, such as "love is a kiss" or "love is marriage," there will still be an overwhelming number of choices. The question is, how do I demonstrate to my brain what it is that makes me happy, and what ultimately leads to happiness? And how can it be done in a way that is gentle on the mind and soul? To fit everything on a single sheet of paper. Besides, what is happiness for one person may be nothing or nearly nothing for another.

Are you already stuck in a rut? Do you have no idea what to do? Such problems are easily solved with Neurographica®. It appears that because it does not use understandable images and forms, it is even more difficult to do than drawing everything that makes you happy. How can I express the entire spectrum of moments that please me with just three shapes from the graphical alphabet? It's quite possible, believe it or not. Allow that thought to enter your mind right now. How can a triangle, a square, or a circle represent happiness?

Is there anything that brings happiness to everyone on the planet? Or, at the very least, the majority of them? It's fireworks. We started talking about fireworks in a previous article. Let's clarify some points today.

There are specific guidelines for drawing fireworks in Neurographica® that are covered in the Instructor Course. To begin with, it is always a circle. Second, there's a glowing halo all around. A string of triangles represents the halo. There are no squares here.

When drawing fireworks, it's vital to know that the radiance halo's tips should extend beyond the circle, not inside. It's a star with many outward-pointing beams.

How many fireworks elements do you need to make yourself feel joyful and happy? One? How about three, ten, or twenty? It's only necessary to remember that everything that is sharp causes discomfort and leads to a state that is different from normal. Happiness should be manageable, simple to experience, not taxing, and free of guilt. On the other hand, there is no such thing as too much happiness. When it is present, it flows outwards from the heart, touching everyone and everything.

In which case should I draw fireworks

When should I draw fireworks in Neurographica®? When you need to be in a happy and joyful state. The answer is, of course, obvious. We know that Neurographica® is a creative method of transforming thinking and project follow-up. It turns out that we draw fireworks in this framework to achieve a state of joy and happiness about a specific future project. That is, we appear to programme our reactions to events that will occur one day later.

For events that you're not particularly excited about, or for planning events that you're concerned about how they'll turn out, it's a good idea to draw fireworks to get yourself in the right frame of mind before they happen.

Do you want to learn how to fully manage the way you feel in specific projects, relationships or events? Come to NeuroGoal and NeuroTiming courses where you will not only gain valuable knowledge, but you will also receive detailed feedback from coaches and supervisors.

When it comes to planning ahead, some people question whether it is necessary or even possible, especially when it comes to the way they may feel. Indeed, life has a way of arranging things so that your plans can turn upside down. Everything can happen. But, as long as we are happy, do we care what happens around us? Isn't it true that a happy person finds it easier to see things as they are? In other words, when one is happy, one sees things differently. He isn't melodramatic in any way. That is why he appears to have an easy time with everything in his life. That's why, in Neurographica®, we draw fireworks to make things happen quickly, accurately, and effectively in real life.

What exactly is abundance? Full. Overflowing. During this time, there is too much happiness, and it spreads out freely. It's a force that can't be contained. In a state of happiness, even a bad situation can work in your favour.

Did you know that Neurographica® started with fireworks? In both literal and metaphorical terms.

Why don't goals always come true? For fear of the unknown. A person who lives by habit is always afraid of change, no matter how minor it is. Neurographica® makes it possible to get rid of these feelings. This is where the Algorithm for Removing Limitations, which is taught in the Neurographica® User course, comes in handy. Drawing goals as stars and drivers for achieving them allows you to see the goal in all of its details from the inside out. Creating a drawing of fireworks can assist in developing the desired attitude. Gradually, the mindset begins to shift, and you begin to perceive things differently. After that, everything in your life will run more smoothly and efficiently for you.

You can set not only the pure state of joy and happiness as such, but also their amount in Neurographica®. How much do you want to be happy about the goal you have reached? If the response is "First, let my goal come true, then we'll see," it indicates that the person does not, in general, require this goal. However, when one truly desires something, feelings can run wild as early as the fantasying stage. It gives you the courage to pursue your goal. In other words, Neurographica® makes it easier for us to get the results we want and eliminates the need for us to work hard to achieve them. Everything begins to fall into place without much effort on our part. This is true, of course, if we've drawn a specific goal thoroughly: when there isn't a single hidden negative feeling about it.

What are some other reasons why a goal may not be achieved? There is a great deal of opposition to us on the outside. How badly do you want to achieve your goal? To achieve your goal, are you prepared to defy the majority opinion? Life is interesting and full of miracles if you live against the idea that something is impossible. Who says getting off the couch and starting something is impossible? Or how about winning a Paralympic marathon? What if you go from being a janitor to running a business? One Instructor course graduate told me that her client quit her job as an airport cleaner and started her own cleaning company after just one coaching session.

If you know how, anything is possible. When it comes to achieving your goals and getting the results you want, Neurographica® provides numerous options. All you have to do is extend your hand. A variety of techniques can help you put your thoughts into action and become a more productive person. As we go along, drawing after drawing, we're becoming wiser. For us, it's a bit of a mystery, even though we understand how it works. We invite you to get in touch with this mystery as well.

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