It’s January so you can still ride on the coattails of New Year’s Resolutions if yours dropped off. Even if you’re acing your goals, anytime is a good time to create a vision board to manifest the things you want to bring into your life.
The year 2012 marks a serious turning point in my life. The role of being a lover/wife for 10 years is in the past. So now who am I? It’s a challenging yet beautiful process of self-discovery. That was the motivation for my vision board.
Research shows that the power of visualization is very real and helps manifest things in our lives faster that without the practice. A vision board is a powerful tool not only for yourself, but for couples, business teams and coaching sessions as well.
How to Create a Vision Board
1. Stock up on supplies…
- Magazines that have words and images of things you dream of/want to attract into your life
- Glue stick
- Poster board
2. Set aside 1-2 hours to sift through images and words that call to you.
3. Cut, arrange and glue!
Hang it somewhere you will see it often. Over time, notice what seems to “just show up” in your world. Or does it?