If you take time to compile a visual collection of things that you want to achieve and things that inspire you and make you happy, you’re actually creating a positive space that trains your brain to focus on goals and successes. On this vision board, you’ll want to include things that inspire and motivate you. Keep in mind that the purpose of your vision board is to bring everything on it to life.
To get started, think about what your goals are in the following areas: relationships, career and finances, home, travel, personal growth (including spirituality, social life, education), and health. You might want to create one single vision board or several with different themes. Either way, make sure to put them in places where they'll be seen often, like your bedroom or office.
Remember, if you picture the life you want, that life will begin manifesting around you.
“See the things that you want as already yours. Know that they will come to you at need. Then let them come. Don’t fret and worry about them. Don’t think about your lack of them. Think of them as yours, as belonging to you, as already in your possession.” - Robert Collier
To further enhance the power of your visualization, take a minute to look at the image, close your eyes and allow yourself to feel the feelings as you would feel them just after whatever you are manifesting had already come to fruition.
When manifesting, vision boards are the punctuation of your thoughts. Feelings are the exclamation point of manifesting!
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