According to Mary Amini's website, neurographic art is a meditative form of art that allows for a deep mind-body connection, which provides a gateway to and from the subconscious.
She goes on to say:
Most of what we do on a daily basis is automatic responses from the programmed (learned) behaviour over time. The only way to truly change our behaviour, and therefore the life we experience, is by becoming aware of our programming and update or upgrade them as needed. The programs are stored in and acted upon from the subconscious mind. Therefore, communication between the two is the only real way of changing what we experience in life from what we don’t want to what we do want.
Neurographic art is a method of self-expression that allows for non-verbal expression of deep and dark emotions and a process to transmute that stored energy into a positive flow that creates relief and allows for healing over time.
During a neuro-art session, the participant is fully present, in mind and body, which is a necessary component of healing emotional trauma. The combination of a seomatic release and non-verbal processing of emotions allows for alchemy to take place and pain can be transformed into purpose. It can also allow for the removal of unwanted automatic responses and programming which will allow for a new set of life experiences. One that the participant desires, not one that was programmed for and into them.
It can help with:
General life planning
Ms. Amini offers courses in Therapeutic Neurographic Art. By all means, if you wish to, enroll in a course on her website.
I will be documenting my own neurographic art journey here. I am a certified therapeutic Art Life Coach, hence my interest. But I must stress, I am NOT a therapist! Before I watched a video in which she was interviewed about the basics of the process, I did this piece.