New Ways with Neurographica

A piece of paper, a set of pens, circles, and lines.

Do they help to recognize and change thought patterns?
Do they make you more successful and therefore more relaxed?
Do they support new habits and manners?

Yes! Exactly that and even more has already happened.
Daily. For thousands of people. Worldwide.

Try it out for yourself!

Neurographica is a good solution for:

  • those who gladly take new paths in life

  • those who look for an opportunity to visualize their mental pictures and thought patterns

  • those who stuck in mental cycles
  • those who think they can’t create art
  • those who want to find inner peace
  • those who become restless at the thought of looking at a candle for 30 minutes straight
  • those who want to take their lives in their own hands

Use pen and paper to become aware of your unconscious thoughts and thereby be able to actively change them.

What is Neurographica?

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Neurographica is a visual, creative transformation method. It is very versatile and is suitable for working on a wide variety of topics with the use of pen and paper.

Neurographica was created in 2014. Dr. Pavel Piskarev (right), a Russian psychologist, architect, artist, and business coach, had the name “Neurographica” suddenly pop into his head on April 29, 2014. Internet research revealed that the name did not yet exist and, fitting to this name, Pavel Piskarev developed and continues to refine Neurographica based on the his extensive and broad knowledge.

Neurographica is based on the scientific knowledge and is universally applicable. It functions based on the neural connections in the brain and resembles a visual language with few letters and simple grammar. 

With the help of Neurographica existing limitations and mental conflicts are dissolved with the act of putting pen on paper. It makes it possible to model new ways effective communication, to develop strategies for shaping the future, and to set goals and develop strategies for success. Neurographica supports us in these endeavors—to pave these paths and achieve our goals. 

No previous knowledge is required to do this—anyone who can hold and write with a pen can apply Neurographica and achieve initial results in only a short amount of time.

Example: Dissolution of Limitations

The model “dissolution of limitations” is always helpful when a facet of our everyday lives is not the reality that we desire. Relevant topics for this model span from unmet desires to obstructive beliefs to disruptive mental conflicts.

On paper, we solve any conflict and create new, positive perspectives on the chosen topic.


Example: Neural Tree

By drawing a neural tree we examine the current situation and diagnose what resources are available to deal with the chosen topic. Then, we can activate additional resources and model the desired future development process.

The example on the right shows my first neural tree on the topic of independence. In the roots I’ve marked the resources that are available to me. The trunk shows which activities I’ve undertaken to support my independence at that time as well as everything else that could be helpful to my situation. The crown of the tree contains my desired goal and many of the side aspects of that goal.

And, as this website proves, I achieved my desired goal.

Example: Neural Mandalas

Neural mandalas differ from well-known mandalas in that the neural mandalas instead break down inner complexity and thereby simplify it. The circle is the main figure in Neurographica and represents an archetypical symbol of harmony and completeness.

With the use of the ideal figure of a mandala, I can fashion my own ideal world. In this way, we draw ourselves as a combination of differing ideal worlds. 


There are still hundreds of other potential applications of Neurographica, such as the neural mandalas, priority checking, communication models, neural grading. In my seminars, courses, and training sessions I use a variety of these applications.

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Seminars and Courses

In user seminars you will get to know one to two new Neurographica models per day. We draw a model together and each participant works on his or her own topic. Because Neurographica works in an abstract way, even sensitive topics can be worked on in the group setting.

Examples of course topics:

Using the neural tree to make my ______ grow
Neural mandalas
Effective communication

In the basic course you will learn the fundamental grammar of Neurographica, the base algorithm, using the “dissolution of limitations” example model for Neurographica. After this practical introduction you can independently apply the algorithm for limitation dissolution to any topic and find new ideas and solutions with the help of pen and paper.



What My Customers Say

“I really enjoyed the Neurographica seminar and got some good momentum going forward. It’s very exciting! On Saturday I immediately bought pens and material. The hours right after the seminar were very exciting because drawing stimulated my feelings and thoughts as if it has something meditative and relaxing about it. Once again, thank you for the wonderful day.” Simone S.

“Dear Christine, I had an awesome day today. I feel worlds better today than I did in the last few days before the seminar. I am sure that I’m not just imagining it. I’m very excited about next week!” Brigette M.

“In your seminar I noticed how in-depth Neurographica really goes. Thank you for that!” Angela S.

“I liked the course a lot. The small groups were very pleasant. I also think that you explained everything in an understandable way and that your enthusiasm for Neurographica was noticeable and imprinted on us. I left highly motivated. Because I like to draw, I find it fantastic to have found a method that combines drawing and working on oneself.” Verena G.

“Thank you for the exciting workshop!” Sabine S.