“The mind is everything; what you think you become.” Buddha
Vision Boards can be extremely useful to assist you in staying focused on your ideal life and in having a clear pictorial image of what you would like to experience. By staying focused on your ideal life, you will begin to draw more of what you want into your life experience.
To create your Vision Board, gather pictures that match the feeling essence of how you would like your life to be. The images could include those of: who you want to become, things that you want to have in your life, where you want to live, pictures that show particular emotions that you want to feel, abundance you want in your life, absolutely anything… You can gather pictures from magazines, travel brochures, print pictures off of the internet, use photographs and even add your own drawings. Next, if you arrange the images on a board. You can also write on the board and print off any words or statements that describe the life that you would like to experience. It is really good to be as creative as you like with your Vision Board, designing it in whatever way is pleasing to you. Creating a Vision Board is also a great exercise to do with children in order to assist them in focusing on their dreams and wishes.
Some people like to have more than one Vision Board for different subjects of their life experience such as one for career and one for relationships. However, even just having one Vision Board with all of the main things that are important to you will shift your point of attraction. It is good to also add to your Vision Board or to create a new one from time to time as your dreams and desires evolve.
When you have created your Vision Board, for most benefit place it somewhere in your home where you will see it regularly. You can also take a picture of it, perhaps with your mobile phone so that you can look at it when you are not at home if you wish.
Some things on the Vision Board may well come into your life fairly quickly, whilst other things might take a little while longer. It is therefore good not to take stock too soon of whether the things on your board have happened.
It is quite remarkable how many things that people put on Vision Boards do come into their life experience and often how precisely what people experience matches what they had on their Vision Board. There have been many stories of people who had their Vision Board up for a while and then took it down and forgot about it and then maybe when tidying a cupboard several years later found it and realised that most if not all of the things on it had happened.