Law of Attraction and Vision Boards
The other day as I was trying to clear a space on my desk, I gave a heap of paper and some CD I hadn’t returned to their rack, a sharp push and they knocked my Vision Board over. The Vision Board fell to the floor.
Not everything on the board was pinned or glued, so bits of paper, ribbons and a butterfly (no, not a real one) went flying in different directions.
I posted on Facebook that perhaps it was symbolic that my vision board had fallen down and splattered my dreams and goals all over the place!
Does your Vision Board need a shake up?
My brother said perhaps my visions need a good shake up – which started me thinking. When the family used the fridge door as a vision board, (before I knew anything about anything) everything we stuck on the fridge door always happened. Whether it was a new house or car, a new bike or skates or a holiday in the Caribbean. It all happened.
In those days my daughter used to keep our pictures on the fridge up to date. When the fridge door was getting over crowded and messy, she would say “how can our subconscious be clear about what we want when everything is such a mess”? And she would lovingly tidy up so are dreams and goals were clear.
Now it’s been some time since I’d reviewd my Vision Board which hangs over my desk. In fact its much longer than I care to think! Although I want some of the same things, it definitely needs attention.
And that started me wondering, does your need a shake up? Have you given vision board any loving focus lately?
Your vision board is like a photograph album or a scrap book of your ‘new’ life – your future
Imagination is the most powerful tool
Logic will get you from A to B, but imagation will take you anywhere.
Imagine bumping into an old friend that you haven’t seen for over a year. You are delighted to see each other and over coffee, your friend asks you what you’ve been doing since you’d last met.
You start to tell her how wonderful your life is now; how it’s better than you could have imaged. You tell her about all the amazing things you had on your vision board and how they’re beginning to come to you and you’re now living them. You speak of your new perfect home, how much you’re enjoying your work and how you’re booked to take the holiday of a life time! You tell her that one by one, the images on your vision board are coming into your life!
Louder than words
Every photo; every picture; every symbol on your vision board tells a tale – for after all, pictures speak louder than words and they are telling the story of your future, that you have consciously created.
Keep your good feelings alive
Just in case you’re new to Vision Boards, feeling are everythingg. Your emotions are your creative power. So make sure you feel happy and excited about life when you’re talking to your friend: feel the enthusiasm and the wonder of your life: feel the excitement and gratitude for the coming year.
To help your vision board, start doing regular visualisations and feel all the excitment and anticipation and gratiude of your life. Feel it intensely!
The more intense your feelings the quicker manifestation.
It doesn’t matter what you feel good about; it can be anything – a clear blue sky: watching a child play; or seeing two old men laughing together – keep your emotions high! And – by the nature of the law of attraction – the universe will begin to deliver your dreams.
Sorry, would love to chat more – but can’t stop now. Got to go and write my new story in photos, in pictures and imagies.
One last word- well – three really – live your passion.
I’m running a Vision Board Workshop on Sunday 22nd September. So, if you live in the UK and are within easy traveling distance of post code AL7 4TY and you’d love to come for a fun day of building a Vision Board, get in touch, or click here to book
As always, I’d love to hear from you in the comments below.
I love this story Rose. I need to get my visions out of my head and onto a board, my friend uses a magic scrap book and it works.
Hi Sharon. Lovely to hear from you. I’m afraid visions and dreams in our head become Disneyland fantasies instead of becoming real. I love the idea of a magic scrap book. Let me know how you get on.
You have inspired to look around for a dreamboard software as I thought it would be good to have it on my computer wall so I see when i go on my pc. Have found some software called dreamitalive so ill give it a go.
Hi Claire. Thank you for your comment. What a good idea. I’m sure you had fun building a vision board on your computer!
Thank you for the links, but I’m not that ‘computer-orientated’. So I’ll stick with my physical board for the moment.