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On the crest of a wave

On the crest of a wave. Triangles

Triangles in Neurographica®Ecology

When it comes to shapes, a triangle is the sharpest of all. It has been associated with danger, conflict, and unpredictability for centuries. Triangles are used in Neurographica® when it is necessary to reactivate stagnant processes. However, because of the movement, the usual sense of comfort is also lost, so when working with triangles, it is necessary to take certain safety precautions or to consider the ecology of your inner world.

Symbolism of the Triangle element

Triangle = danger

A triangle is made up of straight lines that intersect at very sharp angles. You could say it's quite a dangerous shape. Triangles can be found all around us. Roofs, thorns of thorny plants, forks, yard dog teeth, and other such items fall into this category.

People have come to recognize the triangle as the second most important shape after the circle. The Sun is always present in the sky, and you can always expect it to rise, but dangers are unpredictable in terms of when and where they will strike. They appear from nowhere.

Animals sneak up on their prey and attack from behind. Predators were the primary threats to ancient people. This is a set of fangs and claws. Nobody wants to be dismembered and eaten. That's when people started thinking about how to protect themselves and came up with the idea of using sharp stones as tips for the first spears to ward off predatory beasts and even get their food, fresh meat. The quality of bayonets and daggers improved.

People consumed a variety of foods, not just meat. They researched plants. Some of them had thorns and sharp spikes. It was not reasonable to get food from these bushes, but it was acceptable to use them as a fence to keep predators out of the dwellings.


Triangle = conflict

This is how human development progressed over time. The triangle gradually gained spiritual significance. For example, everyone has heard of the term "love triangle." The situation is acute and extremely unpleasant, and you may find yourself losing the confidence of those closest to you, as well as your self-esteem. Additionally, many people are familiar with the state of an internal imbalance and contradictions colloquially referred to as "tear," which occurs when you are torn apart. So

So the triangle came to represent inner conflict. Here, it is critical to make a reservation immediately that

A conflict does NOT mean scandal and swearing. Everyone has an inner conflict with themselves, with their world view, and with the rules that they have set up for themselves.


Triangle = change, movement, growth and development

And what does a normal person do when they are dissatisfied, or when they are in a state of inner conflict? Seeking solutions to the problem: how to make your life more comfortable, successful, and happy. This, in turn, makes it difficult to adjust to a new way of life to achieve a higher standard of living and social standing. This is understandably a highly sought after outcome. However, it takes a lot of work, and not everyone is up for it. Thus, the triangle has come to symbolize growth and development, both as an individual and as related elements, such as income and level of comfort in life.

People started paying attention to the mountains. As a means of overcoming adversity and taming one's character, rock climbing and mountaineering have gradually gained importance for personal and spiritual growth. Remember this song by Vladimir Vysotsky: "If a friend suddenly becomes neither a friend nor an enemy, but just like that... Attract a guy into the mountains and give him a try..."

Surfing, like the mountains, has grown in popularity. It feels as if you've conquered the world when you crest the wave and triumphantly return down. Not only must you be able to reach the summit, but you must also be able to successfully descend to prepare for another ascent. Naturally, you have fears and doubts. However, the sense of accomplishment and self-worth boosts self-esteem and outweighs any setbacks.

This is how we spend our entire lives: from one accomplishment to the next. In the absence of any aspiration, people devolve into lazy philistines, and their morals begin to deteriorate.


Triangle = leadership principle

It is only those people who are strong enough to deal with the turbulence that fate throws at them that can take on the responsibility of leading and teaching others. Dr Moon, a well-known 20th-century social activist, once said, "Before you rule the world, learn to rule yourself." It is an unstoppable and unrivalled leadership principle that enables one to reach the highest levels of the world, not only physically or geographically, but also socially, politically, professionally, and in other ways.

Triangles appear in neurographic drawings when it is time to give movement to a topic. To re-energize a stale process, you can consciously imagine yourself as the mastermind behind it and incorporate the triangle into the composition. Even so, it is critical to remember the ecology of working with triangles to avoid "blowing the roof off." It is necessary and important to be ready for change at all times.


Ecology in working with triangles

The triangle is a conflict-generating structure. It takes you out of your comfort zone. Even if what you're used to is more comfortable and convenient, most people will resist the urge to switch to something new, no matter how much better it is.


Keep in mind that as soon as an angle is introduced into the neurographic drawing, you should wait for an internal conflict to occur.


The use of triangles in Neurographica® is intended to help you manage your discomfort. The number of triangles in the drawing should NOT be greater than the amount of conflict energy that you can digest without harming your relationships with others or your self-esteem.


Triangles should not be used in work during the initial stages of learning Neurographica®. Sharp shapes may be used by only advanced Neurographica® Users, Specialists, and Instructors, that is, only those people who have already obtained certain results in Neurographica®, know how to manage their condition, understand the value of the method, and are aware of all safety precautions.


Triangles must necessarily be neurographed. The contours of the shapes, particularly the sharp ones where the neurographic line is drawn, take on a natural bionic shape and appear less "scary." The edges soften and no longer resemble tight strings. Likewise, they become less stressed psychologically and emotionally.


Neurographic techniques can also be used to soften the corners of the triangles, giving them a slightly rounded shape. It's similar to a sewing machine in that each type of fabric requires a different type of needle. Some fabrics can withstand a very sharp needle without causing structural damage, whereas others can only withstand a blunted needle.


Circles are introduced into the drawing to soften the sharpness of the triangles. You could even make it a rule to only draw triangles when they are paired with circles.


When you work with triangles, you need to be very aware of how you feel. For this, we have rules and observation points: bodily sensations, emotions and feelings, and thoughts.


Resistance is a concept in Neurographica®. When the subject's subconscious problems are brought to light, the body responds with unpleasant sensations, emotions begin to "perform a charade," and strange thoughts emerge. In the Algorithm for Removing Limitations, this step must be passed through with careful conjoining. When working with triangles in modelling, such points should be carefully monitored. Circles should be put in as soon as possible, too.


If the resistance you feel is light and even pleasant, you're on the right path with your changes. However, if the sensation becomes unbearable, it indicates that you have pushed the "spicy" energy of transformation too far and that it needs to be mellowed to a state of calm and inner comfort.



Triangles in Neurographica®

As previously stated, the triangles in Neurographica® are used when a theme needs to be reactivated, when stagnation has occurred and movement and development are desired.

As such, the triangle is merely a logical shape. By neurographing it, we can incorporate it into our neural network. That is when it begins to produce results. Whenever we want to make a change in our lives, to steer it in a different direction, or to get something off the ground, we must look to the triangle for guidance.

Using triangles to organize a conflict is a good idea. Remember the term "inner conflict." In this case, when I don't know how to do something the new way, but I don't want to do it the old way either. This is a conflict between my old state and the new one that is coming up.

What is the distinction between a scandal and an inner conflict? A scandal occurs when the energy of inner conflict accumulates to such an extent that the person can no longer contain, let alone control, it. That's when everything explodes. Relationships suffer as a result. These situations occur when all the love has spilt over somewhere, harmony has vanished, and aggression has taken its place.

So, following the safety precautions for working with triangles, they should be added very carefully, one at a time, while keeping your condition in mind. You've added one triangle; now pay attention to how your body, emotions, and mind react to it. Is everything all right? If yes, you may draw the next one. Do you notice a build-up of resistance? If yes, start drawing a circle and conjoining things off right away.

When working with triangles, it's like taking medication that needs to be carefully dosed and closely monitored at all times.

It is critical for us, and indeed for everyone, to be able to incorporate any changes into our lives in an environmentally responsible manner. A person's temperament can be quite strong, but it is important to be able to manage it.

It is also critical to exercise caution when affixing at the end of the job. Do you truly want to highlight the triangle specifically? Do you truly want to affix the result on the movement? If so, you should indicate the meaning of the shape you're going to highlight so you know what's going to happen next.


How should I draw triangles in Neurographica®? You can close your eyes and scribble something crooked and angular, sluggishly. What do you think will happen to you? Triangles must be drawn with confidence and a firm hand. This is a way of communicating to the universe that I have made a decision. It means that I'm ready for this change, and I'm not afraid of what's coming next. Uncertain movements when drawing triangles indicate that the subject still has fears and doubts. You should begin by figuring them out. This is the Algorithm for Removing Limitations.

Didn't have time to get out of bed in the morning? Draw triangles. You'll wake up as you've never woken up before.

How can you express your rage in an unobtrusive and environmentally friendly manner? It is not socially acceptable to yell at one another. This is a disrespectful act. Similarly, it is not customary to express one's emotions. If they're already here, what do you do, and where do you put them? You can't keep everything to yourself all the time. In this sense, Neurographica® allows you to shout out in complete silence. More energy put into your drawing, more transformations in your real life.




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