How To Create An Amazing Vision Board – Part 4


This is the fourth and final part of my series on How To Create An Amazing Vision Board. And it’s truly  divine timing that I should be posting this on the eve of the second new moon of January. New moons bring in powerful intention-setting energy and a second new moon in one month is considered to be very auspicious.

All that is just an astrological way of saying it’s a great time to put your highest intentions on a Vision Board. If you’ve been sitting on the sidelines watching these videos and “shoulding all over yourself” about making a Vision Board, now is the time to actually DO IT.

If you haven’t seen the previous videos or read the previous posts of this series, you can do so here:

How To Create An Amazing Vision Board – Part 1

How To Create An Amazing Vision Board – Part 2

How To Create An Amazing Vision Board – Part 3

In this particular post, I cover the last three of my 10 tips for creating a great Vision Board:

8. Use the bagua as a template, but stay loose.

By using the bagua, you’ll be sure to cover all the important areas of you life. But don’t take it too strictly. Stay loose with the boundaries and listen to your intuition even more than your mind. If you feel certain areas of your life particularly overlap, then show that on your board by connecting or overlapping those sections.

If you get a sense that something should be in a particular sector of your board, and you can’t make sense out of it, do it anyway. I find that the most powerful Vision Boards are those where you follow your heart and intuition completely.

9. Stay open to something better.

Sure you’re going to put wonderful things on your board.  But those things are not an end in themselves. You put them on your board because they make you feel a certain way – like happy, proud, inspired, etc.

It’s important to not get too literal with your board, because you what you really want is to manifest a life that makes you FEEL the way your board does. And the Universe may know a better way to make that happen than you can currently conceive. So I recommend putting this quote from Shakti Gawain’s, “Creative Visualization” on the front or back of your board:

“This, or something better, now manifests for me in totally satisfying and harmonious ways for the good of all concerned.”

Say it aloud regularly as an affirmation as you look at your board.


This is the most important, all-pervasive rule of creating a Vision Board. You absolutely must create a board that you adore. This means you only put things you LOVE on your board. If you think an image is “nice” but it doesn’t ignite your passion, or make your heart sing, then pass on it. The process of creating an amazing Vision Board is about connecting with what you deeply want and reminding yourself what it feels like to be passionately in love with life.  Cover every inch of your Vision Board with only things that really warm your heart and/or excite you, and pass on the so-so stuff.

So that’s it. If you’ve begun this process, you can probably already feel your energy positively shifting, and if you haven’t started yet, what are you waiting for? This auspicious new moon is calling your name…

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  • February 5, 2015

    Thank you so much for these amazing tips. I’m really looking forward to the next set, if any 🙂 I’m working on my new vision board now and have tons of great ideas thanks to you. Much love and blessings <3

  • Vicki
    February 5, 2015

    Glad you liked it, Diana — all the best with creating your VB! 🙂 Vicki

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