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# The difference between the basic algorithm, ARL and other algorithms of Neurographica

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Where does the learning of Neurographica begin? It starts with understanding and mastering the basic of the method. To be able to effectively and efficiently apply any technology, it is important to know its correct application. At worst, failure to follow safety precautions can hurt. At best, not knowing the principles of the technology, one may simply not get the desired result. It's not a secret for anyone that the most secret ways of using valuable technologies are not given in the public domain. The reason is not a grid. The reason is that the method is losing value. Only highly motivated people who really feel the need, study and learn new technologies

All the above applies equally to Neurographica. It is the same technology as, for example, the production of some medicines or let's say, creating new building adhesives. What is the foundation of all Neurographica algorithms? The very foundation of the method is the base algorithm.

**The base algorithm of Neurographica is the underlying structure of all algorithms of this method. **The base ones or the new, appeared as a result of the inventive work of the Neurographica Instructors. The base algorithm is everything, without which you will not create a Neurographica picture.

People who are beginning to be interested in and even study Neurographica as a method of transforming their lives fall into the delusion that the Algorithm for Removing Limitations is the very base algorithm upon which all Neurographica is based. Let's figure out where the error has crept in.

The base algorithm of Neurographica consists of seven steps, which are the same for all algorithms of the method. But why do they all look so different on paper, as if they were drawn not according to the same principle, but up to the wish of the author? The very secret lies in the second paragraph - "Composition". This is where many novice neurographers make the same mistake over and over again.

Each Neurographica algorithm has its own composition and its own rules for its creation. Every other step follows the base algorithm. For example, when we draw the Algorithm for Removing Limitations, according to the base algorithm as a second step we will make an outburst - catharsis. In the NeuroComposition algorithm, in modeling, we will work with shapes and their arrangement on the paper. In NeuroMandala, we will draw seven-level circular models. In NeuroGoals, stars and drivers. And in NeuroTimeline - timelines. Do you see the difference of creating composition in different algorithms? And the base algorithm, as a structure, remains. __
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**The next mistake is hidden in the third step - conjoining (rounding)****.** Once Pavel Piskarev shared that people pointed out to him that his drawings were not entirely correct from a Neurographica point of view because not all line intersections were rounded. What is Neurographica, and what makes it different from other types of visual arts? This very step - rounding and smoothing of line intersections, it's conjoining. This step creates a graphical display of neural connections and nodes__ within the drawing__. But is it necessary to smooth every intersection? Shall we figure it out?

When we work with the Algorithm for Removing Limitations, then we specifically work with the removal of limitations. That is, we strive to level the "prickly" situation to perceive it as digestible and comfortable. Therefore, in this algorithm, it is necessary to round all-all-all corners, every single intersection. And even more than that, the lines should look like silk, without a single burr, without squiggles and darts. Such a picture, indeed, removes restrictions within the framework of the theme indicated in it.

What meaning do angels have in Neurographica drawing? They signify the potential complications, conflicts. Not every complexity can be viewed as a problem. For some people, this is a way to show their strengths and achieve the desirable result. Others, on the contrary, want to achieve their goals without fighting, smoothly and sweetly. This is neither good nor bad. It's just that we are all different. Men are used to striving to achieve, women are used to creating harmony. This is probably the reason so few men attend Neurographica - the Algorithm for Removing Limitations (ARL) is studied as a first step and in it every intersection has to be totally smoothed off.

Dear Men! Come to Neurographica - in addition to ARL, there are a lot of interesting things where you really have to achieve, reaching from the depths of your consciousness and demonstrating your strongest qualities.

Let's go back to rounding and conjoining. Not all Neurographica algorithms require total corner rounding. **Attention!** This is available only to those who have mastered the Algorithm for Removing Limitations and have completed a certified modeling course NeuroComposition.

Not every person needs total harmony in life. Some people are stimulated by obstacles or difficulties. This is why climbers climb high mountains, don’t they? For those people, calmness and regularity can come only in a nightmare. When I round all corners and intersections, I assume that the people around completely agree with me. But there is a catch. We must be in agreement with the people too. And what's more, I need to be in agreement with the universe. Many practitioners dislike drawing field lines over their emission/outburst because they can’t accept this agreement. It is interesting that the Algorithm for Removing Limitations is an expression of my agreement with the universe, with the Absolute, and my acceptance of his opinion. Well, in order for higher powers to help me, at least, we must agree with them. And we don't always want to do this. Hence, the resistance in ARL.

When we want to create situations according to one’s own scenario, we often have to defend our opinion, and often not agree with what someone else offers. And these are the "corners", intersections. Therefore, the third step of the base algorithm (rounding) is present in all algorithms of Neurographica, but in each of them the level of importance differs. In ARL, this is a totally immutable rule. In other algorithms, it depends on where, what and how much we want to harmonize, and what, where and how much is left for proof, actions and achievements.

The next "stumbling block" is the fourth point of the base algorithm - "Integration". This is where Neurographica often turns into “just decor”. Yes, we should like the Neurographica drawing. Moreover, the more aesthetically pleasing it is, the better it will work. But this does not mean that you can add decorative elements into the drawing, for example, spirals, butterflies, flowers and the like. Working with color at the stage of archetyping is primarily integrative, not decorative.

It is also worth mentioning the following mistake people make. Many small circles that sometimes appear in the drawings of some practitioners. The fourth point of the base algorithm, integration, involves the unification of disparate parts of the picture into a single integral system. In the Algorithm for Removing Limitations, it is also the identification of circles from the contours of our drawing. Large, medium and small circles. This is where people got carried away. Small circles turn into a scattering of tiny circles. What meaning does it have within the framework of Neurographica? Each figure within this step contains a certain meaning that we can consciously put into the figure being drawn, or leave it "blind" - the meaning will be given by one’s subconscious. Therefore, when we draw many, many tiny circles within the framework of ARL, this means that we set ourselves a great many tasks, which we have to go through for achieving the indicated goal. Do you really need it? Perhaps. If a person strives not to solve a difficult situation, but to acquire the consciousness of a multi-role personality. We study this in a completely different course from the Institute for Psychology of Creativity.

So, we have examined the main differences between the base algorithm of Neurographica and the Algorithm for Removing Limitations and other algorithms in Neurographica. It is important to reiterate that the base algorithm of Neurographica is a scientifically proven model for creative transformation of thought. And all the main algorithms, including ARL, are applications of this model within various situations.