Removal of Limitations


The first algorithm of Neurographics is called the “Removal of Limitations” algo. (Algorithm is the term used for modality or method.) Limitations are created by the belief–thought/emotion–generated perceptual system.

Which shows us that what we think we are, these thoughts, these emotions, are the limitation, and act as the “me,” or selfing, that fundamentally creates the situations and/or problems. Removing those mental limitations, this mind/body conditioning, is what Neurographics is good for. The world changes as we draw ourselves out of conceptual limitations.

Which inevitably and happily leaves room for new ways of seeing and being. Boundaries are removed as we see and feel and draw through them. This is what happens. Imagine that–unless there is some belief that interferes with that possibility.

Slip Into a Meditative State



The first time Neurographics was brought to my attention, I was watching a man sitting in a corner, in a crowded room, and whatever he was doing–drawing?–he was clearly in some kind of Ohm-like state, off in his own world, pen and notebook in hand. As it turns out, he had learned Neurographics almost a year ago, and he had been drawing like this ever since. Continue reading “Slip Into a Meditative State”