Learn how to make a Vision Board to help you manifest your goals and focus your mind and intentions with my step-by-step guide to how and why they work…
Like many people, I first heard about Vision Boards while watching the movie ‘The Secret‘ (affiliate link) almost a decade ago. I have to confess, it was something I didn’t put into practice till a couple of years ago. I thought it seemed too simple or just too good to be true.
I think some of this comes from the confusion over the purpose of a Vision Board and how it can help you reach your goals.
What Exactly Is A Vision Board?
A Vision Board is a board with a collection of images and words which represent your personal goals and inspirations.
How Do Vision Boards Work?
The main purpose of the board is first to give you a clear visual focal point for your goals and intentions. It also gives you something to work towards and serves as motivation and a daily reminder of these goals.
This all makes achieving your goals a lot easier because you have a destination.
When things are not going well, or times are tough, it helps you remember why you’re doing what you’re doing. Once you start making these things happen, you will feel so good to see what you achieved. Then you can update your Vision Board with new goals!
You must take action on your goals which starts with setting intentions and planning. I have been using InnerGuide planners for years now to help me take action. You can learn more about them HERE (affiliate link).
How To Make A Vision Board:
1. Create a list of your goals. Things you would like to achieve within the next year and a few bigger goals for the future.
2. Pinterest is the best place for images. Search the site and save images and inspirational quotes you like.
3. Place these images together on some A4 documents like Word.
4. Print these off on paper or use sheets of printable sticker paper.
5. Pin or stick the images like a collage to a piece of board or get a good quality Pin Board.
The Best Place To Put Your Vision Board
If you can, you should place your Vision Board out somewhere it will be seen every day. I hung mine on the wall in front of my desk and computer. This way I can see it when I am writing my books and blog posts. You could put it somewhere you do daily meditation, affirmations or on a Home Altar.
“Remember, a Vision Board will not make things happen by magic!”
Make It Happen!
I have personally seen maybe 60% of my current Vision Board come true. None of that came without me working towards my goals and planning how I would get there. Make sure you follow through with planning, action steps and doing whatever you can consistently.
Woking on your mindset, trying to stay positive are also very important. I use many different things including spiritual tools like Crystal Grids to help me manifest things.
If you want to learn how to use Crystals to further focus and manifest your goals then check out my bestselling book Crystal Grids Power.
Have you got a question about Vision Boards or have you used one before? I would love to hear from you in the comments below (Please keep any questions you have on topic if you want a response).
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