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What Neurographica® can do. Part I

What Neurographica® can do.

The possibilities of Neurographica® in different areas of human life. Part 1

The Psychology of Creativity Institute receives a lot of questions about how to use Neurographica®, what its strengths are, and what possibilities it has. Some even wonder if the Neurographica® line can be used as a mutagenic tool. Certainly, there are questions like that. This article is based on your questions and shows what Neurographica® can do.

Changes in consciousness and the brain

Seriously, what impact does Neurographica® have on a person's life and mind? Numerous testimonials attest to the positive changes in people's lives since they began using this method. All changes in the outside world start with a change in your mindset. When viewed from a chemistry and biology standpoint, the neurographic line appears to initiate a process in the human body at a very deep level. Of course, this is not a mutation. Rather, it is a massive human evolution that occurs through consciousness.

According to the metamodern theory, all life and all stages of development fall into four quadrants. Similarly, the four quadrants of the brain are divided into four distinct types:

  1. Reptile brain - instincts.

  2. Limbic - emotional intelligence and energetic living.

  3. Neocortex - rational intelligence.

What about the fourth type? Humans are still going through the process of evolution, so their growth does not stop. This implies that the brain can morph into a higher-level brain in some other way.

What does this have to do with Neurographica®? The Neurographica® line reveals a person's potential by utilizing their brain's capabilities. Many people are recently discovering an increasing number of paranormal abilities. Or, perhaps, they are not paranormal at all, but rather normal, and will eventually become natural in everyday life?

In neurographic drawing, we go into the parts of the subconscious that we normally do not go into at all. It is from there that we start to think of possibilities and abilities that we would not even think of in everyday life.

Uncovering unconscious/underlying motives

Sometimes the outcome of a neurographic drawing does not match what we expected or intended. Neurographica® aids in the discovery of the unconscious. And there is a lot of it. When we use the algorithm of releasing restrictions to release some unconscious motives, these motives begin actively seeking realization. A man, for example, has a job that he despises. But he goes there every day, and his heart longs to be somewhere near the sea. When he starts drawing about his job, he realizes he is at sea, not at work. How is this possible?

Neurographica® assists in bringing to life not what we want right now, but those of our motives that have amassed sufficient energy. So, if all the puzzle pieces fall into place in that man's favour, he will eventually find himself at sea. This is how our subconscious motivations manifest.

When the outcome falls just short of your expectations, for example, if you wanted 50,000 roubles and received 45,000, it indicates that your motive was not fully revealed. However, this is already a result, and it is worthwhile to agree that it is greater than zero.

Working with Neurographica® forces one to confront oneself, one's inner world. There is also a risk associated with those who begin to develop systematically. Initially, the unconscious and conscious are at odds with one another. Then it turns out that what one wishes for does not come true, or that it does not come true exactly as one wishes.

One thing is certain: what comes true in our lives is what has amassed sufficient energy for its realization and is ready to be released on a subconscious level when the time comes. This is how the accumulated desires are released by experiencing real-life events. The individual must then fully accept themselves, including their shadow side, and plan their life using their creative potential.

The key point to keep in mind here is that the releasing algorithm, by definition, truly releases you. So, if you agreed to it, you must accept whatever happens. We can live by the thinking and behaviour patterns imposed on us by our immediate environment and society as a whole. The algorithm for removing limitations re-establishes our connection to our humane sensation and ourselves.

During the drawing process in Neurographica®, three points of attention should be kept in mind. It is a complete self-observation in which one learns to perceive more subtle energies, becomes more sensitive to everything, and develops previously unclaimed qualities in oneself.

Vertical development

In Neurographica®, there are vertical compositions, such as the well-known NeuroTree. Vertical compositions allow for the development and growth of anything. They also make rapid adjustments at the same time. There have been reports of people getting the desired result before even finishing the drawing.

This is mostly about how people are formed and how they grow up. Vertical compositions are also used in business settings to increase production and team cohesion quickly.

Vertical axes assist a person in maturing and seeing the world through the eyes of a responsible and purposeful individual. The Psychology of Creativity Institute also has other vertical practises, such as NeuroPlastics, in addition to Neurographica®.

The vertical is the subject; it is the one who has attained great heights in something. It is the one who takes the first step. The common man on the street, which we all can be at times, aspires to the horizontal: to lie on a sofa, watch TV, and not move at all. It is a yearning to return to the mother's embrace. It is a return to the earth, a chance to receive and live off of mother's energy once more. While the vertical represents paternal energy. It is a combination of discipline, masculinity, and willpower. The vertical provides us with both strength and independence.

Room for experiments

During a neurographic drawing, it may occur to someone to turn the sheet in a different direction. Like drawing horizontally and then turning the sheet vertically. Or, vice versa. Is this possible, and what does it accomplish?

We are artists, and no one has the right to stifle our creative process. Neurographica® enables experimentation. It is worthwhile to consider what will happen if I do this or that. You can turn the sheet as many times as you want if this turn corresponds or in some way correlates with the subject of the drawing. The most important thing to remember here is to always keep the environment in mind.

The only undesirable experimentation in Neurographica® is the decorative nature of the drawing. Decorative elements of any kind are not permitted in pure Neurographica®. Otherwise, it is just NeuroArt.

Neurographica® is not decorative art. It is not symbolic art, but it is entirely abstract. So, all kinds of apparent symbols should be avoided.

The possibility of experimentation can also be attributed to many people's desire to solve health problems using Neurographica®. It is critical to understand that Neurographica® is not therapy in any way. It aids in the formation of new neural connections related to a specific topic. In other words, it provides the desired future.

Yet when it comes to health in general, you can use colours to your advantage. Colour represents energy. Any insufficiency disease, for example, is cold and should be transformed by warmth, i.e. painted red. Inflammatory diseases, on the other hand, are characterised by an overabundance of fire. Cold colours, such as blue and black, are appropriate for them. The Energy of Colour course goes into great detail on this subject. Anyone who has already achieved the status of Neurographica® User can master it.

However, you must exercise caution when linking health and Neurographica® algorithms. Because there are safety regulations in place. However, the unconstrained algorithm is excellent in every way and can be applied to any topic.

Personal transformation

Neurographica® offers a wide range of opportunities for personal transformation in addition to vertical development and goal attainment. In the first place, the basic algorithm itself is built in a way that makes it go deeper and deeper into the subconscious mind with each new step. Up to the point of complete union with the self, i.e. the absolute.

How do your drawings depict your transformation? There are times when all of the drawings appear to be very similar to one another, almost as if they were drawn in a template or even copied. This is an indication of the presence of pre-existing thought patterns. Only through consistent practice and the formation of new neural connections can you break them down.

But, of course, some things cannot be taken away from you. You are exactly who you are. Then one develops one's drawing style. When professional artists begin drawing with Neurographica®, they notice that their works resemble one another. However, if you examine the works of several different artists, you will notice that they all have their unique styles. And it is impossible to mix up the paintings of one with the paintings of the other.

Creating a multi-dimensional picture of the world

When the subject is complex, the drawing can become quite complicated. Occasionally, you may reach a point beyond the top layers where you will be unable to see what you were working with when you made the first layers. Some people may find this upsetting.

Procedures in Neurographica® are followed. Aside from the outcome, the process by which some kind of transformation occurs in us is equally important. Thus, what matters to us is not what our eyes see, but what happens to us at that moment. That is the essence of the matter.

There is a rule in Neurographica®: the more lines you have, the better the result will be. And the more layers you can add to your drawing, the more multidimensional picture of the world you can create for yourself. The more your brain develops.

Naturally, it is critical to keep the drawing clean in all cases. If a large number of layers cause confusion and dirt on the sheet, consider starting a new drawing on the same subject, i.e. moving on to a case. The cleanliness of the drawing is important to us. It takes a miracle to create a beautiful, clean, multi-dimensional drawing. And that all of the layers are easily discernible. To put it another way, when creating multilayer drawings, mind the aesthetics.

The more layers you can create and perceive, the more mental load your brain can handle.

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