Expect to spend some quality contemplative time. It can be over several sessions.
This links to one of the more neurologically in depth youtube videos. The video artist says "neurographica" term is trademarked. Make of that what you will. I feel safer staying with the art idea and having fun.
The neurographic concept was created by Russian psychologist Pavel PiskarevPavel Piskarev in 2014; he has developed a commercial movement around it. The idea is to connect science and art by the stream of consciousness mark making of circles and lines that mimic neurons and also create new neural pathways.
Here's a very clearly explained and illustrated youtube link...also short!
You can vary the approaches within a consistent algorithm so that to my eye, it is similar to other abstract art on this site. The one fixed step is to round off the corners, perhaps a metaphor for the softening of angst. Also the starting point is relatively structured either with circular shapes or lines across the paper like the grids page.
So what makes it different? Piskarev states an intent to shift stress into calmness. The person identifies a problem or feeling and seeks to transform it on paper. The process begins with thinking about the problem and what's causing the pain within. Then the artist releases the thinking as the drawing process loosens and redirects habitual maladaptive thought patterns. Neuroplasticity permits a new way of thinking and being as the artist becomes immersed in the judgment-free, meditative, drawing process.
**There are many paths and mark making paths to get into the zone and provide respite. Perhaps the "intention" extends the relief.