Vision boards can be an amazing tool to help you manifest your big business vision.
If you’ve read the books ‘The Secret’ or ‘The Law of Attraction’, you will be well versed in the benefits of having a visual reminder of your dream life and goals.

First off, what exactly is a Vision Board?

Vision boards are sometimes called ‘Dream Boards’ or ‘Inspiration Boards’ and they use imagery to represent your big goals in life or business. My board consists of cut out pictures and words from magazines and the internet and sits happily above my computer monitor so I can see it every day.

How do Vision Boards Work?

It’s a scientific fact that our minds respond strongly to visual stimulation. If you put your vision board in a place you will look at it frequently, you will be constantly exposed to the visual representation of your goals, which taps into your subconscious mind.

But your board is not just about material ‘things’. The pictures and words you add to your board will quite often have pleasurable feelings attached to them.

What we focus on expands.

Visualization is one of the most powerful mind exercises you can do. According to the popular book The Secret,
The law of attraction is forming your entire life experience and it is doing that through your thoughts. When you are visualizing, you are emitting a powerful frequency out into the Universe
Olympic athletes have been using it for decades to improve performance, and Psychology Today reported that the brain patterns activated when a weightlifter lifts heavy weights are also similarly activated when the lifter just imagined (visualized) lifting weights.

Other reasons to create a Vision Board…

Gives you clarity and focus
Keeps you on track
Reduces the risk of procrastination
Daily affirmations can stop self-limiting beliefs
Will help you to achieve your goals

Vision Board creation

Here are some ideas on how you can create a vision board for your business…

Online: Try creating a secret board on Pinterest or a secret Facebook album
An app: I use the Hay House app but there are others you can try
A cork board or pin board: I use a cork board and stick/pin images onto it
On card or paper: Use an A4 sheet which you can fold and keep in your handbag/diary
Journal style: Have your Vision Board as a constant work in process where you add bits to it each week/month
Get creative: How about getting your vision printed on a mug?! Choose what will work best for you.

Preparing to create your Vision Board

Decide how you are going to manifest your vision onto a board.

Make time: Set aside at least 2 hours (undisturbed time if possible) to create your board.
Create a space: Light some candles, put on some background music and set the mood
Jot down some ideas: Start by making notes or sketching some pictures of your crazy goals, aims and ambitions – go wild!
Get busy with the scissors: If you have decided to create a collage style board, start cutting some images from magazines or printing from the internet

What to put on your board?

Find suitable images online or in magazines
Use images that invoke pleasurable emotions/feelings in you, or images you are drawn to in some way
Find images of a holiday you want to go on, a car you would like or an expensive handbag you’ve had your eye on!
Use some words in there too, such as logos, affirmations and words you can relate to
Include a photograph of yourself taken in a happy moment
Include a photograph of the people you love
If you’re stuck, Google search ‘vision boards’ and select images

Remember: Your Vision Board should be made up mainly of images and some text

Making your Vision Board

Time to get creative! Here’s the good bit…

If using images lay them all out first before getting busy with glue
Use your intuition
Go with the flow
Have fun

Warning! Creating your board can be a very powerful and emotional experience.

Using your Vision Board – some ideas

You have to look at it frequently for it to work ?
Make sure you can easily access your vision board – mine is placed directly above my computer monitor so I see it every day
Scale it down if possible and put it in your purse – maybe take a photo of it and use it as your wallpaper on your phone
Have it beside your bed
Set it as you desktop wallpaper
Look at it when you’re struggling to focus
Ask yourself: “Is doing {specify activity} going to help me get closer to my vision?”
Look at it and absorb it for a few seconds each day

Wait for your dreams to manifest…

Disclaimer: If all you do is look at your board each day, it won’t work. You have to put in HARD WORK on your business too!

Have you manifested something from using a Vision Board? Share your experiences in the comments.

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