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One day—one theme

Safety precautions to follow when working with Neurographica®. Part 2

The previous article taught us about the basic safety precautions to take when working with Neurographica®.


One day—one theme

A general rule for those who are just starting out with Neurographica® and do not yet have Instructor status. Even for experienced instructors, switching drawing themes in a single day is not a good idea. The reason for this is that the neural connections formed on a single subject require additional time to establish themselves and become permanent. It is not a good idea to jump to another topic at this point. It is similar to drawing. You painted a background on the canvas or sheet but did not wait for it to dry before adding a new colour. Then there was another. What would be the outcome if this were to occur? A rainbow of colours. So, the drawing will just be a blur.

It's another thing when you need such a mix. A broad theme could be, say, building a house. Sub-themes that should be worked on at the same time as a broad theme will already touch on it in some way. Purchasing building materials, hiring a professional construction team, raising the necessary funds, and so on. It all comes down to building a house.


Neurographica® even includes algorithms that enable you to work through multiple coordinated themes concurrently: Strata and Shamanic Rain.


Active people always have a lot of things they need to do, and sometimes they also have problems that come up with their tasks. As a result, someone who lacks consistency in their actions or is just beginning the journey of improving their life through transformational techniques may dive headfirst into a slew of tasks. What may happen as a result of this? Burnout of emotions is the first thing to happen.


What issues may arise when completing multiple tasks in a single day using Neurographica®

The first trouble that can happen is emotional burnout, psychosis, external conflict with someone, mood swings and other similar symptoms. To put it in another way, emotional upheaval.

One reason is that if many tasks are completed at once in a single day, the neural system will become overly excited. It's similar to a hyperactive kid. He is sick of jumping and screaming, but he can not stop because his nervous system is overactive. At this point, everything and everyone—objects and people alike—becomes entangled in his rage.

The second reason is that our physical reality lags far behind the spiritual world, also known as the world of the soul. Just think about it: it only takes a few minutes of your time to imagine a dream of yours. How long will it take to make it a reality? It can take years at times.

One's mindset begins to shift when they set out on a journey of self-improvement. So are the expectations. Despite this, reality still lags. A person who isn't patient enough to see how their internal changes work out can get very emotional. The person gradually begins to suspect that their new way of thinking is flawed, that they are performing an error, and they begin to critically examine their own actions. Constant criticism breeds resentment. Eventually, one abandons the practise of transformation entirely. The key here is to give yourself time for new things to happen.


It's very similar to spinning a massive wheel. The larger the problem or goal, the more effort is required to solve it or make it a reality. Many of us used to ride on a round merry-go-round that had to be unwound by hand when we were kids. Either the children in the circle did it themselves, or one person ran around behind the wheel, pushing it forward. How simple was it to accomplish this?


The conclusion is straightforward:

Everything takes time to mature.

So we follow the rule: one theme for transformation per day. Or, even better, one theme for three days. You draw one theme for three days, then switch to another. Again, if you look at it all from the perspective of a person who is preoccupied with what is most important at the time, then a person who is adequately informed about the situation will not jump from subject to subject. So there is also a matter of priorities.


A case on one theme

There are numerous internal and external constraints and obstacles to overcome as one embarks on the path of transformation. Larger goals necessitate a greater investment of time and effort. Beginners in Neurographica® may wonder why their drawings do not work despite their best efforts.

The reason they don't work is most likely due to the fact that one drawing is insufficient for a large theme. Highly insufficient. That is when the case comes into play.

A case is a series of drawings on a single theme.

Case work has its own set of rules. If the theme is simple and well-defined, you can begin modelling the desired outcome right away. Most of the time, a person starts to change from a bad place: "I can't stand it any longer! A different way is what I want!" This is why it is best to begin any new case with the Algorithm for Removing Limitations.


When you begin a new case with modelling right away, problematic situations can become very active. Then dealing with them will be difficult because the individual did not anticipate their appearance: you modelled what you desired, but problems found their way in. It's extremely stressful on your nerves.

The following is a suggested working scheme for the case:


Algorithm for Removing Limitations. Several of these drawings may be required rather than a single one. How do you know when enough is enough? If the theme has a lot of hidden concerns, the first drawings will be very ugly, or you will not like them. The feeling of 'enough' comes when you not only like the drawings, but they also charge you with positive energy, joy, happiness, enjoyment, and pleasure.


Algorithm for Revealing Intentions will assist you in determining the best course of action to take in order to most effectively achieve your goal or solve a problem. One drawing is sufficient, with a high-quality elaboration. Each individual's situation is unique. Examine your own states and conclusions from each drawing.


Model the Desired Situation.

By utilising all of the graphic alphabet's possibilities and the rules of effective composition, one can write a graphic letter of desire to the universe and send the same signal to one's own neurons. Such drawings may necessitate quite a bit of effort, and some may even necessitate that the goal be met.

This item is only available to those who have completed the NeuroComposition (modelling) course, which is part of the Neurographica Instructoe course. The application period for next year's instructor course is now open. The NeuroComposition can also be purchased separately. The dates are 6 and 13 April 2021. Due to their arsenal consisting of not two or three techniques, but rather nine algorithms + a whole set of coaching techniques, only certified instructors have access to the full range of opportunities for modelling their reality.

A Neurographica® motto is that

Change is brought about by our own hands.

Everyone is ultimately responsible for the quality of the changes they see and the decisions they make.



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