Create An Amazing Vision Board – Part 1


Making a Vision Board can be intimidating, so I’ve created a 4-part blog and video series to help you easily create an Amazing Vision Board for 2014.  The video isn’t slick and it doesn’t have any flashy graphics, but it does have lots of tried-and-true advice on how to draw up all those dreams and desires from deep down inside of youself and get them onto a beautiful board that will inspire you for months or years to come.

I’m a gigantic fan of vision boards – but only the deep, authentic kind.

Some people like to make vision boards that look like visual Christmas wish lists. And while, I do believe having material desires is fine, I still believe that using your vision board to make a list of toys you want the Universe to deliver to you is extremely limiting.

feng shui baguaVision Boards can do so much more! They can help you discover (or rediscover) what’s deeply important to you. They help you communicate in symbolic, right-brain language so you don’t get caught in the limits of language and it’s labels.

They can also help you get a birds-eye view of your life and really look at what you want to prioritize and how you want to balance the varied aspects of your existence.

When I lead a vision board workshop, as I just did this past Saturday, I use the Feng Shui Bagua as a template and I guide the participants through something I call “the soulful vision board process.”

For this process, I use the Feng Shui Bagua as a template for two main reasons:

1. To energize the vision boards with bagua energy. There’s a reason feng shui has been practiced for hundreds of years, and why even conservative companies pay thousands of dollars to feng shui consultants. It’s simply because it works. When you arrange a house with the bagua as a guide, the people in the house experience more peace, health, prosperity and so on. I believe the same is true for a vision board.

2. To cover all aspects of one’s life. Life has many different areas to it – wealth, love, health, travel, learning, career, etc. Using the feng shui bagua as a vision board template insures that you examine all the areas of your life rather equally and give them all their due. This leads to more balance and well-being.

If you’re interested in creating a soulful vision board, watch the video above and learn what materials work best, why and how to use the feng shui bagua as a template, and how to brainstorm before collecting your images.

In my next blog post, I’ll start introducing you to the 10 Tips To Creating An Amazing Vision Board.

So go get those art supplies – especially that 20” x 30” foam core board, and I’ll be back with more next week.

Love, joy and happy manifesting!



  • January 9, 2014

    Thanks Vicki! I am excited to start journaling now~~~
    This is just the exercise I need to creatively get my vision juices flowing for 2014*

  • Vicki
    January 9, 2014

    Go Kristen go! This is your year!! <3

  • Patricia
    January 18, 2014

    Thank you for your video and help in preparing a vision board. I am anxious to get started but I need to know whether the fen shui bagua layout is different for different hemispheres. I live in New Zealand. Can I use the one illustrated on your site or should mine be different? If so, could you help me find the correct one?

  • Vicki
    January 20, 2014

    Hi Patricia, Great question! Some schools of feng shui use a compass and get very detailed in terms of geography. But the type of Bagua I am using here is not affected by location. The only thing that matters (no matter where you are in the world) is that the template (bagua) is placed over an home or room so that the door is in the lower sectors (knowledge and wisdom, career or travel and benefactors). In this case, since we’re using it for a vision board we simply use it the way I presented it to you in my post. AS you face your board, the Wealth sector is in the upper left corner, the romance and marriage is in the upper right and so on. Hope this helps. Enjoy making your board — and be sure to LOVE it!! Blessings, Vicki

  • January 21, 2014


    Wow – I just spent 2 days creating a Powerpoint vision “book” with about 2 dozen slides, a rather full and robust vision of what I want to be, do, feel, experience and have in 2014….. AND I must admit, now, even after all that time and energy, I am going to do a NEW one! Why? I absolutely LOVE the idea of creating a vision board using the bagua!

    The best part is that I intuitively created slides based on the bagua sections and now I can pull the very best of what I have done and put it on to the new board!

    Thanks for the awesome idea!

  • Vicki
    January 21, 2014

    That’s wonderful Marianne. The process really changes you, doesn’t it? Have a blast with VB #2! Love and blessings, Vicki

  • January 23, 2014

    Dear Vicki,
    Thank you very much for the tips and encouragement!!! I’ve been having fun creating my bagua vision board, I have followed all your useful tips! I started 3 days ago and I’m still adding some nice images and little objects.
    My best wishes for you in this new cycle. MAy all your bagua visions come true this year! Keep getting empowered/inspired and empowering/inspiring others.
    Much love and many blessings,

  • Vicki
    January 24, 2014

    Hi Karen, I’m so glad you’re making a bagua vision board and enjoying the process. Thanks for taking the time to comment. May 2014 be your best year ever! Love and blessings, Vicki

  • December 10, 2017

    I was interested to watch the video but it does not show above …. Thank you .I was planning on doing a Chakra Cleanse and Vision Board Workshop for the New Year.have not done this before with students and just wondered how I might go about organising it .

    Thank you .

    Gurjinder xx

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