Believe in the power of having a vision board.
They work and here’s the reason why having one works so well.
“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve” – Napoleon Hill
There are various manifestation exercises you can start practising today and one frequent one that many others do is to have a vision board.
The act of placing your vision board in an area where you’ll often see is part of a visualisation technique.
It is one of the most powerful manifestation mind exercise as what we focus on expands. When you are visualising the things you want, you are sending out powerful frequencies to the Source of Energy (Universe) and with no other choice, the things you’ll want can only materialise itself for you.
Your vision board is a representation of your desires, dreams and goals. Through pictures and images, it will only strengthen and stimulate your emotions as your mind responses intensely well via visual stimulation.
Your emotions are the core frequencies that activate the Law of Attraction to work for you.
Many of today’s successful people, celebrities and athletes understood the immense power of the Law of Attraction and have used it to attract the things they want.
What should you put into your vision board?
The fundamental focal of your vision board should focus on how you want to feel because as mentioned above, your emotion is what activates the Law of Attraction.
Of course, it’s great to pin up images of things you’ll want but keep in mind that the more you put up visuals that stimulate your feelings, the greater the manifestation will work.
Here’s an example:
The other day, I was short of change to settle my grocery bills. As I was about to remove some items off the list, one customer who was queuing before noticed my despair. He offered to settle the rest of the outstanding payment without any obligations. I was beyond words and felt truly touched by his random act of kindness. That day, I had the receipt pinned up on my visual board because I love the feeling of how impactful a simple act of kindness goes. The receipt then acts as my simple reminder, keeping me reminded that it does pay to spread kindness.
Here’s how to create a vision board
1. Decide on your dreams and goals
Deciding and setting your goals is a crucial part of ensuring that you achieve it. The purpose of your vision board helps then to bring it to life. You can subdivide your goals into different areas: relationship, career, finance, home, travel, desired needs, personal growth, health, education, etc.
Dreams and goals that are bound to inspire and motivate you work best. Think of what sets your soul on fire and write; not type, them down.
“Thoughts become things. If you see it in your mind, you will hold it in your hand.” – Bob Proctor
2. Gathering inspirations to put into your vision board
The idea of gathering inspirations is to find images that best represent your dreams and goals. It could be a cut out from magazines or newspapers. It could be printed quotes or sayings you find online or perhaps certain items like the receipt I mentioned about from the example above, photos, travelling log or just about anything that inspires you.
Your inspirations to your dreams and goals are best things you’ll want to look at every day.
3. Putting them all together
Once you have gathered everything, it’s time to make a collage out of it. Get a larger piece of poster board, arrange them and once you are happy with the way it looks, glue them all together.
Add a variety of colors, textures and affirmations that best represents your feelings. Words like “be joyful” or “stay strong” are just some of the affirming words people use.
4. Display it and watch the progression
Next, you’ll want to put it at a spot where you’ll most likely see it every day. You’ll want to be reminded daily of your dreams and goals; best every day in the morning and as you go to bed.
Progress forward and work towards them. As you are bound to come across obstacles, your vision board will prompt you with new ideas gradually as you begin to contemplate upon it. Give it time and review your progression. Record down your thoughts and development, best with a vision journal, taking note of the signs that your dreams and goals are beginning to manifest into your life.