Vision boards can be so much fun. Not only do they help you really define your dreams and goals but they also put you on the energetic path to achieving them!
If you’re thinking... “What is this vision board thing?” let me explain. It’s a powerful tool to really define your plans, dreams and goals. You can create a board at any time. Starting a new job? Make a vision board. Getting married? Make a vision board! The new year is typically the most popular time of year to create one though.
To make a vision board you simply grab some old magazines, scissors, glue stick or double-sided tape and a piece of poster board. I always recommend you begin by cutting out images that make you feel good. Words, pictures or phrases work well. Then zone in on items you want to acquire or achieve.
Maybe you dream of an amazing car. Ferrari anyone? Sure, it seems like a stretch but think big!
Maybe an amazing vacation is your dream.
Is a degree in your future? It can be!
To layout the board you can use any method that resonates with you. You can make a beautiful random design or lay them out strategically. I have a personal method that I use that connects to Feng Shui. It’s a powerful layout that uses your home to then become a giant vision board. (Want to learn my method? Read about my workshop below.) Whatever way you decide to lay out your board, trust that it is right!
So you’ve created a vison board, now what? Place it in a location where you can see it every day and check in with it often. Look at the images and perhaps do some visualization work where you daydream and “see” it happening! Want to make it even more powerful? Journal about each image on the board. Journal about how it would feel once the goal has been met. Write down the amazing feeling and how big of a smile you'd have while enjoying your cocktail poolside or cruising in your new ride.
I always recommend people continue to journal on their board. Keep with it throughout the year and check in each quarter. You’ll be amazed at the goals you’ve met! Once you have met a goal, write down the completion date on the back of the board. I have saved my boards for several years and always enjoying referencing back on them. I remember when these items that felt like far off dreams... became reality.
Want to join in on the fun in person?
I’ll be sharing my personal Vision Board method at a special workshop on February 1st at Trilogy Yoga and Wellness in Fort Wayne. In this workshop I’ll share with you some of the amazing things that I’ve manifested in my life and share my personal method with you.
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