A vision board creates a sacred space showing what you want from life. Because what you focus on expands, creating a vision board and placing it in an often-viewed area sets you up for visualization exercises throughout the day. This helps makes what you want to happen become reality.
The more you visualize something, the more you emit powerful frequencies into the universe. This is why Olympic athletes use visualization to improve performance. According to Psychology Today, the brain patterns activated when a weightlifter lifts heavy weights are similar to the ones activated when they visualize lifting weights. This is one reason why visualization is so powerful.
To create your vision board, think about what you want to do, be, and have. Consider areas such as relationships, travel, spirituality, health, and personal growth. Write down goals for what you want your life to look like in the areas that interest you most.
Use pictures, words, quotes, sayings, or images of places you want to go cut from magazines. Include trinkets lying around your home, memorabilia from trips, or reminders of events, places, or people meaningful to you. Add representations of anything else that inspires and motivates you.
Use scissors, tape, pins, or a glue stick to add your items to any type or size of board. You might choose a cork board or poster board from a hardware store, a pin board from an online shop, or anything else that interests you. You can use markers, stickers, or anything you desire to decorate your vision board.
Take as long as you need to create your vision board. Make it as big as you want. Feel free to redo your vision board whenever you want. Do whatever feels best for you. Once you set intentions for what you want to do, be, and have, you’ll be amazed when you start to see them appear in your life.
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