How To Create An Amazing Vision Board – Part 2

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This is Part 2 of How To Create An Amazing Vision Board, so if you haven’t yet read the first post and watched the first video, take a moment to do that now.

In the last video, you learned about using the powerful feng shui bagua as a template for your Vision Board and started to brainstorm about what matters to you in every area of your life. It’s a big undertaking to contemplate your whole life, so good for you!

Let’s recap what those Bagua areas are and what you want to consider in each area:

Wealth & Philanthropy  – What is wealth to you? And how do you want to give back?

Fame & Recognition – What do you want to be recognized for?

Love and Marriage – What do you want in your romantic relationship?

Children & Creativity – How do you want to cultivate your playful child self, or celebrate the kids in your life (or the kids you want to have)?

Travel & Benefactors – Where do you want to go in the world and whom do you look to for help and inspiration in any area of your life?

Career & Life Path – What do you really want to do? What feels purposeful to you and allows you to cultivate and use your unique skills?

Knowledge & Wisdom – In what areas do you most want to grow? How do you want to do that? School? Classes? Meditation? Etc.

Family & Friends – How do you see your ideal relationship with your family and friends?

Health & Home – What do you want your health and home to be like? What do you want to focus on to create that?

Once you’ve explored your desires in all these areas, it’s time to collect your images; ones that capture and communicate your deepest desires and put them on your board in a creative and inspiring way.

Over the next few weeks, I’m going to go over the “10 Tips To Create An Amazing Vision Board.”

This week, we’ll begin with the first three:

Tip #1 – Be Playful – listen to your intuition and don’t overthink. Just do what feels good so you can stay connected to your passionate self and create a Vision Board – and life – you love.

Tip #2 – When you use words, make sure they’re positive and in the present tense.  Something like “I will lose weight” becomes “I am in great shape.”

Tip #3 – Use less words and more imagery. Not only are pictures worth a thousand words, but they also speak to your creative right brain and your subconscious mind. In other words images communicate with the part of you that initiates manifestation.

Keep gathering your images and begin figuring out how you want to lay them out on your board, and next week, we’ll go over the next few tips.

En-Vision BIG!

Love, joy and blessings,

Vicki

 

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