Theme in Neurographica®
Theme in Neurographica®
Drawing in Neurographica® adheres to a strict algorithm. It starts by setting the theme. Neurographica® isn't a work of art, nor is it a way to pass the time or unwind at the end of the day. It's a full-featured coaching tool that can be used in both professional and personal settings. Therefore, the subject of drawing, which is the most pressing question that one wishes to answer for oneself now, is the first and most important step in Neurographica®. The theme guides self-observation, reflection, and insight organisation, as well as, crucially, the conclusions reached at the end of the drawing.
Theme-setting rules for Neurographica® and how to work with the theme throughout the drawing
Rule #1: Define the topic correctly.
Setting a theme is the first step in any neurographic drawing. While others waste their time copying what someone else has already done, we will use art and creativity to create something new, solve problems, and achieve our objectives.
How do I accurately identify a drawing's theme in Neurographica®? "Is it okay to draw my pain?" is a common question from new users. Many people's lives are filled with physical and mental suffering, so this is understandable. That's the kind of thing you want to ruminate over constantly. This is a habit that most people develop during their childhood.
Every problem, every goal, and every life task has two sides. One is positive, while the other is negative. Everything in our world, including man, has a dual nature. The same can be said for our concerns and objectives. For instance, I consider my child who has gone somewhere with friends. I can be concerned about him, but I can also think positively and negatively about him.
A negative scenario would bring together all of my fears and concerns about the kid. It will make one picture scarier than the next, which will make my anxiety worse. It brings to the surface a lot of harmful beliefs, but it also suggests that there is a better way to deal with them.
A positive scenario would generate images of the child having a successful and happy time, reinforcing my trust in him and the world. It strengthens the dream while also implying that it may not come true.
Which goal-setting scenario a person selects is determined by his or her typical way of thinking. It's about him or her as a child in the example above. There are fears about one's childhood in both cases. If a parent is used to seeing their child as a loser, an underachiever who only makes mistakes with his hands and in life, they will naturally choose the negative scenario. Because that is closer and more familiar to him right now. If, on the other hand, a parent aspires to see their child as someone on the path to success and consciously wishes them luck, they will pick the positive scenario to reinforce their vision of their child's success.
Both scenarios are acceptable in their own ways. Here, preference is given to the emotion that is the most intense now. As the theme progresses, traumas, fears, and so on fade away, and the creation and reinforcement of a positive image takes precedence.
This is why learning Neurographica® starts with the Algorithm for Removing Limitations on the User course, which includes catharsis, or the release of pain energy from unfulfilled desires.
Conclusion. Every goal has two sides: a symptom of a problem and the desired result. There is no need, for example, to be specific about a child-related issue. Simply saying "my kid" activates all the neural connections associated with this. Anyway, we are dealing with the child's perception of him, not with the child himself. The theme of Neurographica® drawing is energy, which can be expressed through both symptom and result.
Rule #2: Point out things that happen in your life so that you can see how the chosen theme changes
How do I know that a particular subject is undergoing a positive transformation and that new neural connections are being formed in my brain, advancing me closer to achieving my goal or resolving a concern? In neurographic drawing, there are points of observation for this: the body, the mind, and the emotions.
As we draw, numerous corners appear on the sheet. It's our job to make them more rounded. For what purpose? In the designated theme, the corners are concern areas. Do you want to keep them as they are or smooth them out? Rounding the corners doesn't mean that the situation will turn out in a completely different way, though. Maybe. But, more importantly, it implies that my perspective on the situation will shift and that I will act in a totally different way. In other words, resolving a concern or conflict will be easier.
To arrive at this feeling at the end of the drawing, it's crucial to pay attention to your reactions. This allows them to work through rounding or other basic algorithm items right away.
Resistance is always present in the development of a topic. It will eventually catch up, if not now. The more difficult the topic is, the more resistance will be raised at each algorithm item. Or it could launch a single strong front against a single algorithm item.
Desire for a good outcome implies a willingness to face your resistance. Learning Neurographica® is a painful process that necessitates the presence of a certified Instructor. This person will assist and support you in the learning process, as well as advise you on how to improve.
Sensitivity and delicacy toward yourself and your emotions are critical during neurographic drawing because they indicate your level of awareness in relation to the chosen theme. The more aware you are, the better the change will be. It entails allowing yourself to feel and events to occur.
Many people in the early stages of becoming acquainted with and learning Neurographica® report that they do not notice or follow any changes while drawing. Honestly, this is just because they've decided not to feel. It could also happen unknowingly. This could be an echo of ingrained attitudes from childhood, such as the belief that you should not express your anger openly. No wonder, the adult is so good at concealing it. Then it settles deeply and does not make a sound, but diseases begin to appear in the body.
Through the process of drawing and observing, Neurographica® allows you to experience and live out your anger and other feelings. When we observe our sensations and compare them to one another, tracing their transformation as we round corners or according to other basic algorithm items, we begin to understand where emotions are hidden in the body and how they manifest themselves. They are much easier to transform after that, and the body can even be healed.
The basic Neurographica® algorithm is designed in such a way that by successfully completing the transformation at each item, we invariably emerge at the end of the drawing with lucid feelings and inspiration. If you still have negative feelings about the drawing result or dislike the drawing, this means that not all the topic's hidden issues have been resolved, and you must make a case.
Rule #3: Follow basic algorithm items
The basic algorithm of Neurographica® is designed in such a way that each successive item plunges our consciousness deeper and deeper, until it reaches the Self, the Absolute.
We can see the transformation of our theme taking place as we go through each item and observe how we feel. You may become stuck at some item, feeling as if there is so much resistance that you want to give up not just the drawing, but the entire discipline. That's fine, but there's no reason to give up anything. Drawing with an experienced Neurographica® Instructor may be beneficial in this situation. He can assist you in both due process and moral matters.
It is not recommended for Neurographica® beginners (those who are not yet Instructors, even if they have been drawing for five years) to change places or even omit some algorithm items as you draw. Perhaps it is even worth stating that it is impossible, but each individual chooses what and how to follow. We present you with the optimal solution; it is up to you to decide how to use it.
Each basic algorithm item contributes to the drawing theme in its own unique way. Each one presents us with a unique set of opportunities and limitations. For example, a person enjoys interacting with others, but when the ego dissolves and contact with something higher occurs, it's worse than a bitter radish. In this case, an algorithm item related to field lines can have a strong negative impact on a person. Additionally, some people are tempted to skip this item, claiming that it is irrelevant to their discussion of this subject.
Importantly, Neurographica® non-Instructor users must strictly adhere to the basic algorithm if they want to achieve the desired results. They do not, in fact, have a complete understanding of the method's secrets, applications, and pitfalls. Only Neurographica® Instructor status and NeuroComposition skills qualify you to apply the method in different ways.
Rule #4: Conclusion on drawing result, i.e. Basic Algorithm Item #7, Theme 2.0
Neurographic drawing, like any other coaching technique, always leads to conclusions based on the work completed. It's crucial to know what insights the person has gained and what future plans they have for the theme.
To find out whether the desired effect has been achieved, an examination of the entire process of transforming the theme over the course of drawing can help. An analysis of how the chosen theme has changed can help you figure out where you should go next with the chosen theme.
We wish you the best of luck in achieving all of your objectives. You are welcome to attend our training courses if you are not yet a certified Neurographica® User.