Visualization is one of the most powerful tools we have as humans to accomplish incredible feats and make our dreams come true. Although it is too often dismissed, numerous studies indicate that our brains don’t differentiate between reality and imagination. In other words, the more we imagine something, the more we can trick our brain into believing it is true.
Goals are good to have, of course, and written goals are even better. But when you visually translate your goals onto a vision board, something magical happens. That’s because the more detail we “imagine” our goal with, the more real it becomes in our minds, and the greater potential it has to become reality.
It’s a fact that what we focus on expands. Just think about an example in your own life that proves this point. Have you ever had something brought to your attention that you never thought of before but then it just keeps on appearing everywhere? Continue reading
The process of creating a vision board is also a beautiful way to meditate and get in touch with yourself on a deeper level. There are several easy things you can do to turn your vision board creation into a ritual or meditation that benefits your inner spirit.
Here are some ideas:
Play Some Meditation Music
Meditation music is soft, “spiritual” music that soothes your body, mind, and spirit, and helps you get into a meditative state. By playing meditation music while you are making your vision board, you’ll be able to get into a zone and allow your intuition to guide you. Continue reading
Are you ready to initiate change in your life? A vision board is the perfect way to set things in motion. Through the practice of creating a visual representation of what you want to improve in your life, you’ll put the law of attraction in motion.
Here are some tips that will help you create a vision board that works:
Decide What You Want Your Vision Board to Focus On
Do you want to focus on a singular goal, such as a weight loss goal or a new house? Or do you want to capture what you want your life to be like at a set time (a year from now or 5 years from now, for example). You can also create a vision board for a certain aspect of your life, such as your family life or your relationship status. Some people even create monthly vision boards right in their planners. Continue reading