• Alla Bondareva

Neurographica® Composition in Part 1

Updated: Apr 19

Neurographica® Composition: The art of managing reality. Part 1

Neurographica® gives us a lot of ways to change how we think for the sake of making our lives better. The Algorithm for Removing Limitations on the User course is the first step in learning this creative method of impression management. But Neurographica® is much more than this. To begin obtaining meaningful results from this method, you should understand that it consists of nine algorithms, each of which contains several distinct techniques.

Many people start with free online introductory videos and stop there. When they don't get the results they want, they either dismiss the method as ineffective or resort to drawing decorative pictures with Neurographica® elements. The Instructor course lasts nine months and teaches all aspects of the method. Is it possible to master this breadth of knowledge in just a few free video lessons? Following Neurographica® User, the next step is to learn the composition modelling rules. They serve as a foundation for coping with a wide range of life situations. Not only to remove barriers but also to create the desired reality while adhering to all safety rules.

How knowledge of composition modelling can help in our everyday lives

The management of impressions, the transformation of thinking, and the practice of project support are all aspects of Neurographica®. It's a full-featured coaching tool. When an individual feels the need to artificially motivate themselves, intending to improve their lives, they become involved in modelling.

Neurographica® is a relatively new art form that has already gained a lot of traction. More than a dozen countries around the world have already started drawing it. A worldly man cannot be described as an artist. He is a member of the art world. His thinking is divided into three categories: beauty, aesthetics, and harmony. In this way, Neurographica® aids in the resolution of life's challenges through the use of beauty and the laws of harmony.

Composition is crucial in Neurographica®. To begin, it's critical to recognise that this is entirely abstract art. It doesn't use symbols or shapes that are easy to read or understand, except for the parts of the graphical alphabet. The neural circuit in our mind responsible for our chosen theme appears similar to the composition on the sheet in our drawing. The more purpose you comprehend, the more harmonious the drawing will be. The more tasks an individual is capable of remembering and comprehending, the greater the cognitive complexity of his drawing. Composition modelling in Neurographica® teaches us how to make extremely complex drawings that are still easy to read and understand. Indeed, all the elements are intertwined.

The composition determines the placement and relationships of all elements in the drawing. In other words, the composition of the drawing determines the pattern of our consciousness and thought in Neurographica®. Reflection is required for the creation of a high-quality composition. We don't want events in our lives to cause us distress, do we? Hence, there are certain observation points of oneself, of one's bodily and emotional reactions, while drawing Neurographica®. The Neurographica® User course goes over all of this in-depth. This is how we give ourselves feedback.

Our bodies and minds can recall a wide range of past events. Some of them may have a bad meaning. Are you able to get rid of them? You can't do it. The only thing you can do is change your attitude toward them. This is possible with Neurographica® because it allows you to alter and create new neural connections in your brain. This action is enabled by hand motor skills and mirror neurons. Some Instructors even use neurographic drawings to facilitate meditation. When we change our perspective on the past, we change the course of our future.

To create truly beautiful paintings, young artists cultivate a sense of harmony in their compositions. What we find attractive is naturally regarded as secure. When we see the lovely result of our drawing session, our instincts tell us that everything will be fine for us right away, and we know it. People with good taste have a good sense of composition. They won't do things mindlessly. They've double-checked that everything is good and looks good. There are rarely any unpleasant surprises in life when dealing with such people.

How does it appear in practice? For example, a person may wish for more money but have no idea what he will do with it. That is, in his mind, the elements of a prosperous life with a lot of money are not aligned. He simply does not see it. He, on the other hand, wishes to. What should we do? With Neurographica®, you can draw a precise image of your desired income and standard of living. There are ways to show in great detail what a person will get if their income goes up. It's no surprise that once the picture is clear, inspiration and imagination kick in. Naturally, one begins to seek out and discover new opportunities and resources as a means of bringing about the desired outcome.

Another example. Someone wishes to improve his or her relationship with another person. What role does composition play in this? Coaching sessions frequently reveal new perspectives. For instance, a mother may consider her child to be unruly. During a diagnostic drawing, the mother's shape may appear to be too large when compared to the shape of a very small child. What exactly does this imply? This indicates that the mother has such a stronghold in their relationship that the child has nowhere to grow up. What is the best course of action in terms of composition and Neurographica®? It's worth shrinking the mother's shape on the sheet and moving away from the child a little, while increasing the child's shape and giving him a little more freedom. Perhaps his disobedience is a signal that his freedom is limited, prompting him to defend it.

Understanding the laws of the composition provides us with the keys to not only fixing some situations but also creating new ones. Before starting a new business, for example, it's a good idea to first sketch out how you envision it, what it will entail, and what steps you'll need to take. That sort of thing. There is a distinction between "from the particular to the general" and "from the general to the particular" in composition. The shapes on the sheet will be arranged chaotically if one does not understand the entire picture of the future business. The picture takes on structure, coherence, and harmony when understanding arrives.

Some argue that because their sense of composition is naturally underdeveloped, they will be unable to draw Neurographica®. They also frequently state that they dislike their drawings and thus draw as fast as they can. The assertion is fundamentally incorrect. One can cultivate a sense of composition. This is covered in-depth on the NeuroComposition course as part of the Instructor Course. The important thing to remember is that the more clearly you visualise your desires, the clearer the picture in your head will be, and thus the more harmonious it will appear on paper. The way you think has an impact on how you create a composition. This means that if someone is used to thinking bad things, their pictures will be bad and unbalanced. When one is accustomed to thinking positively, everything one does will appear beautiful and harmonious.

The inside of a person is the source of everything a person does outside. Thoughts come first, followed by words and actions. So we are only surrounded by what we create with our thoughts. Knowing the rules of composition and being able to arrange objects nicely on a sheet results in an aesthetic attitude toward life, which improves its quality. Join us for a training session. We'll show you how to improve your life. The Schedule contains the timetables for all the Institute's programmes.

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