In Israel, he actively gets better at eastern practises and understands what Zen is all about. There, he finds the real Master Bo inside himself.
Master Bo, also known as Bo Rai Cho, is an energy that operates on a cosmic scale and is included in Pavel's projects. He refers to this as the highest potential or the archetype of a happy fate, both of which are far more profound than the personality. Pavel has this resource because he has walked miles of well-travelled roads and lived for countless hours. It's something he believes we can all tap into. At the core of everything he does is to help others awaken their own Master Bo.
Pavel returned to Russia as a business coach in the early 2000s, where he was involved in the formation of enterprises that went on to become market leaders.
One may also write endlessly about Pavel, as well as completely immerse oneself in his writings, attend to seminars, and unravel all the new messages contained in his books.Pavel's personality, like his techniques, is multifaceted and multidimensional. All is evident without comments.
We'd like to take you on a trip through the NeuroArt style, which Pavel called "the path of creativity."
Neurographica® maintains its forward momentum and, as a natural consequence, expands into new regions all over the world.So Pavel set out on a mission to make the planet drawing.
He is fascinated by new realities, particularly the subtle and difficult-to-see aspects of them. Pavel made an image of a person who meets the humanistic ideals of the High Renaissance by putting in place social projects that aim to develop the creative potential, conceptual thinking, and personality of Homo Beatus, a person from a new time.
The author's philosophy culminated in the production of a PhD thesis with the title "Metamodern and Integrative Theory of Humanitarian Knowledge," a subject that was also echoed in the artwork "Bogoban" (2016) and "The Bible of Metamodern" (2021).
The journey that would lead Pavel Piskarev to become an artist started when he was born. He was born into a theatrical family—his father is an actor and his mother is a theatre manager—where everything was full of creativity, freedom, and letting one's own will show. Pavel's parents put a lot of effort into art. They didn't have the opportunity to teach their son to draw, so he picked up on the artist's nature on the spur of the moment.
Pavel's first source of income was painting on wooden toys. Then he went to school for naval engineering, where his drawing skills made him stand out.Even as a member of the Jerusalem administration, he never let go of the marker in his hands. He brought out various schemes, expressed his feelings on a sheet of paper, and fixed ideas and plans.
Because Pavel has an insatiable thirst for knowledge, he never stops seeking out new information. He first enrolled in a naval engineering school, where he pursued his dream of the sea life and total freedom. Then followed the Odessa Academy, where he studied architecture and organised creative workshops while also attending the Pedagogical Institute's Art and Graphic Faculty. All of this was just the beginning, though. Pavel never stopped looking for fresh information and always pursued the topics that interested him.
The existential crisis that swept the 90s ultimately inspired him to pursue a career in psychology. His family and he moved to the land of Israel. There he made it a point to educate himself vigorously about life, about himself, about other people, and about the connections that exist between everything.
He says that no matter how his trainings are put together or what kind of people he works with, he is always trying to do one thing: awaken the pure spirit, the energy of creativity that can solve any problem at any level, in any system, and in any person. Then it was time to go to the next level and build a platform for sharing knowledge. This is how the Psychology of Creativity Institute was established.
In 2010, Pavel's daughter Kapitalona was born, and in 2014, the method of Neurographica® was unveiled. The author dedicated the method to his little princess. Pavel got to where he is now through years of scientific work, research, and deep immersion in the method.
To know that Pavel never gets bored and never stops creating new things, getting rid of the unnecessary, and improving himself, his actions, his thoughts, and his deeds is truly amazing. Pavel then expresses all of this in drawings and other works that he shares with his students as well as partners, friends, and family.
THE PLANET DRAWING!
FOR ME, THE WORLD IN ART, UNDERSTANDING LIFE AS ART, AND SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE AS ART ARE WHAT HEAL THE WORLD AND MOVE IT FORWARD. THIS IS THE FOCUS OF MY PERSONAL CREATIVITY. THIS IS WHAT I WANT TO SHARE WITH OTHERS...