The Hero’s Journey: Psychedelic Integration thru NeurographicArt

What happens AFTER the Psychedelic session is where the true work begins. Integration of your journey into your real-life can be challenging, putting it into words can be a greater challenge. Neurographica is a safe space where we can get thoughts and mind chatter out of the headspace and onto paper, with no artistic ability or talent required.

 

Approaching your Psychedelic Integration from The Hero’s Journey is quite fitting and can make sense of what to do with all the information that came through your journey.

 
 

We are all on a journey, each and every day. Life is a cycle; it’s a process. Yet, sometimes we get stuck because we don’t see anything except what’s right in front of us, and we believe that we are not going anywhere. This is why our Psychedelic Journeys offer so much opportunity for growth and transformation if we embrace the Integration process fully with an open mind and open heart.

NeurographicArt is like non-evasive brain surgery. It is based on multiple sciences: Neuroscience, Psychology, Philosophy, Physiology, Phenomenology, and Art Therapy. Thru NeurographicArt we use the paths, and the unique algorithms of this technique to change the Neuropathways. After a Psychedelic Journey, the mind is far more adaptable to process the changes you are seeking.

If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” ~Wayne Dyer

 
We will draw our journey as a mandala. The word mandala means “circle” in Sanskrit. Its circular design symbolizes the idea that life never ends and everything is connected. The mandala also represents a spiritual journey.
The word mandala means “circle” in Sanskrit. Its circular design symbolizes the idea that life never ends and everything is connected. The mandala also represents a spiritual journey, used in deep meditation mindfulness practices tracing back to early Tibetan Buddhism.
*In various spiritual traditions, mandalas may be employed for focusing the attention of practitioners and adepts, as a spiritual guidance tool, for establishing a sacred space, and as an aid to meditation and trance induction. In the Eastern religions of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Shintoism it is used as a map representing deities, or especially in the case of Shintoism, paradises, kami, or actual shrines. A mandala generally represents the spiritual journey, starting from the outside to the inner core, through layers.
 
One-on-One Guided drawing sessions we will describe the process of the journey and draw it out on paper, using simple drawing tools and our imagination. We will be able to see that whatever we are going through is temporary and has meaning. Once we are able to find meaning and see the bigger picture, we will be able to push through.
Let’s embark on our journey!
Creating and coloring the mandala can bring profound inner transformation. Mandalas are known to balance both sides of the brain, allowing thoughts to flow with clarity.
 
**This course is for personal use (without the right to teach).
Drawing materials: smooth paper (letter size or A4, or larger, a few pages, markers, coloring pencils, a compass).
 

Hero’s Journey NeurographicArt Integration