Neurographic line: formulation, types, applications
The fourth element of the Neurographica® alphabet is the neurographic line. It enables the connection of shapes, and the rounding principle enables the creation of complex compositions that are quite easy to integrate into your subconscious. Additionally, the neurographic line implants the shapes we bring to the drawing into our neural network. If we are lacking something, such as more activity, the line will assist us in incorporating it. Besides, of course, the neurographic line can be used as a stand-alone element to help you achieve your objectives.
Definition of a neurographic line
This is the main part of Neurographica®: the neurographic line. Our art is distinct from others in that it incorporates a neurographic line and the smoothing principle, i.e. binding or rounding. They are the reason that Neurographica® cannot be confused with anything else. This is a distinguishing feature of our method. It is reminiscent of Malevich's Black Square. Each author has his or her distinct style of writing. For us, this is a neurographic line and Conjoining.
Definition of a neurographic line:
The neurographic line does not repeat itself in any part of it’s movements, and we lead it where we do not expect it to go. -
IMPORTANT! The neurographic line's definition is important to note. It does not repeat itself at any point in time. Nor does it travel where it wishes, but rather where you direct it. Yourself. Despite resistance.
The conclusion to be drawn is that the neurographic line is NOT spontaneous, as many amateurs who use the method in an unprofessional and uncertified manner believe.
To get the best results from Neurographica®, it's critical to understand our active participation in the process of drawing a neurographic line. We're building new routes from scratch. Together with the marker and the line, we explore areas where our neurons have not yet connected and discover previously unseen opportunities. If you draw the line on the spur of the moment, it is no longer Neurographica®; it is simply repeating and reinforcing our existing patterns of thinking and behaviour. There's nothing new in that.
Draw the neurographic line slowly and carefully. At least while you're learning. This procedure will gradually become second nature, and speed will emerge. It is not how quickly you can draw it correctly that is important, but how well you can observe yourself and keep track of your feelings.
When we say that Neurographica® is a language and that the graphical alphabet is letters, we get a neurographic drawing that is a text. Assume you're reading a storey in which the same words appear repeatedly. Is it something you enjoy? This type of text is tedious to read. Here, too, the neurographic line, which represents a specific thought, tends to be unique at every turn.
The people who draw Neurographica® are unique at every turn in their lives.
Neurographica® teaches us to think outside the box and to avoid repetition. We unlock previously untapped potential and broaden our awareness. Put the marker on the sheet and feel where you want your hand to go. Make a slight movement in the opposite direction. You don't have to break all of your habitual patterns all at once, but you can gradually shift them in the direction of your dreams.
We are creating new neural pathways by drawing a neurographic line. You've probably viewed videos of neurons forming new connections and communicating with one another. It's an exciting sight that makes one tremble, watching as a tiny particle penetrates the void's thickness and creates new pathways that eventually lead to some kind of insight. Have you ever thanked your neurons for the insights you've received? Put yourself in their shoes. Do you believe it is simple to conquer virgin land? We enter an area that was previously unknown to us, opening new doors for ourselves, thanks to Neurographica®. From this perspective, spontaneity is stomping in front of an open door or even attempting to exit through a jamb rather than a door.
It is the same in terms of the neurographic line. We lead it by resisting old patterns. The tailwind blows us to a place that is both boring and familiar. Hand motor skills reflect this in patterns and spontaneous lines. When we draw Neurographica®, what do we do? Examine your resistance to these patterns and your habitual patterns of consciousness. That's not a simple task at all. It takes a lot of effort and energy at first. Irritation, anger, a desire to stop doing this "stupid" activity, and other negative emotions are common forms of resistance. The body begins to echo unpleasant sensations as well. Plus, the more hidden, unconscious problems there are in the chosen subject, the more powerful the resistance will be.
It is important to go through them to the end.
Results won't start to show up until then. But once you've mastered drawing a neurographic line, there's almost nothing you can't do, as long as you put in your effort in addition to drawing, of course.
The importance of the neurographic line and rounding principles in drawing
The neurographic line is similar to natural lines. It can be found in cracked asphalt or plaster, the lines of coastal waves, the contours of clouds, or the crowns of trees. That sort of thing. We can connect with the entire universe and experience the divinity of being through the neurographic line.
Over time, even smooth city streets take on a neurographic appearance. Examine the new maps of historic cities. Do you believe the architects intended them to be that way? Unlikely! Nature is what makes the difference. Instead of going around in circles in standard patterns, Neurographica® allows us to come up with something new every time. One neurographic line corresponds to one thought. Another one may emerge from it. At first glance, we might not associate them with one another. However, try combining them using the rounding principle. You will immediately gain insight here. "I have no idea how to link this to each other," one Neurographica® Instructor course student once said, "but I have Neurographica® for that, so I'll let it link these things."
The effect of linking is to build up intellectual and energetic capacity for the tasks at hand.
Pavel Piskarev, author of the method
The neurographic line orchestrates the process. It demonstrates how some elements are related to others. Consider the case where you require consistent, dependable change. You draw a square and a triangle and give them whatever meaning you want. However, as long as your shapes stand alone, they will not produce the desired results. Stability will remain stable, but it may serve as an anchor for the current situation. Instead, movement and change can occur elsewhere, such as when emotions take over. How can you avoid this while still getting the desired results? It's easy. All you have to do is connect these two shapes using a neurographic line and the smoothing principle. This way, you'll connect change and reliability. Following that, the current situation will begin to change from stable and permanent to stable and reliable, and the changes will be stable and reliable.
How can we make this process more harmonious as well? Create a circle within the drawing and neurograph it as well, connecting it to the remainder of the composition. A good thing now is that there won't be any unpleasant surprises in the storey.
In neurographic drawings, two types of intelligence are at work: aesthetic intelligence and emotional intelligence. Aesthetic intelligence conveys information about human interaction with the environment, about harmony and beauty. There are Gestalt psychology tests that assess people's ability to reconstruct an image of the whole from individual lines. This ability, which everyone should have by default, provides us with some level of security while also revealing our untapped potential in our daily lives at various points.
This is also related to the Neurographica® rounding principle (smoothing, linking, and the Piskarev principle). The arc suggests that a circle may exist in this area. So this element sends a message of peace and safety. It's a good idea to round shapes and neurographic lines to connect them so that they form a strong bond as well as a sense of beauty and security on the other hand. By doing so, we create environmentally friendly pathways to accomplish our objectives. Emotional intelligence is at work here, conveying an emotional message about the appropriate way to handle the situation.
Neurographica® is a linear language, and the neurographic line is very important in it. It gives the storey a timeline of connection and coherence. When we look at neurographic images, we see the whole first, then the individual elements that comprise the complex structures of one whole. It's the same as when you first meet someone. Initially, we see him as a complete person, and then we see him in pieces. Our initial impression of a person, whether we like him or her or not, shapes our opinion of that person. It can be difficult to change our mind later on, but it is possible to do so by learning more about that person's character.
Types of neurographic line
The neurographic line defines the nature of the reality we create. There are various types of neurographic lines that originate in brain frequencies. Indeed, we are dealing with the brain, with neurons. This is why we call our method Neurographica®.
From this perspective, neurography can be defined as conscious tuning of the brain to the appropriate frequency. When we deliberately choose a specific amplitude of line, the brain adjusts to that. This way, we gain the ability to purposefully control our brains.
Alpha, beta, gamma, delta, and theta are the five brain rhythms. They encapsulate the full spectrum of activities and states of consciousness that an individual manifests and experiences throughout the day. Some of these rhythms reflect passive contemplation, inactive or little action, and half-sleep. Others, on the other hand, are very active and fast-paced.
Drawing: Five Brain Frequencies
Beta is a state of activity or normal wakefulness Alpha is a relaxed wakefulness Theta is light sleep or deep meditation Delta is deep sleep, or the state of being unconscious Gamma is when the mind works very hard or gets too excited
The amplitude and frequency of a rhythm vary depending on its type. It's easier to figure out what kind of neurographic line you use the most if you look at the frequency picture.
How to apply various types of neurographic lines and where to place them
There are numerous techniques available today for tuning in to a specific desired reality. You have the freedom to pick and choose what works best for you. What sets Neurographica® apart from the competition? Neurographica® creates a strong visual impression. You are not required to make things up or fantasize. Everything you need is here in front of you. Close your eyes, open them, or go somewhere else if you want; the image you've created will never go away.
Pick the subject that is most important and interesting to you right now. When drawing it, make it into one of the shapes from the graphical alphabet that most closely reflects the meaning. Then consider what you are missing in this topic and what you would like to see added to it. Drive? Serenity? Dreaminess? Genius-level creative thinking? Outline your shape with the appropriate type of neurographic line. Listen to your inner voice to see if any shifts are taking place.
The neurographic line can be used on its own as a tool. Even the most inexperienced neurographers, who are still learning the neurographic line, may notice some changes. The most essential thing is to keep track of how you feel and what is going on around you.
The NeuroSketching module of the Neurographica® Instructor course contains detailed information on all types of neurographic lines and ways to use them. You can complete the module as part of the overall course or separately.