Friday, May 20, 2011

How to make a vison board...

Vision Board Project.
I am on a mission to show friends my newly revamped studio.
So I am inviting  them one at a time to come to my studio to make a vision board with me

 I am interested to see how quickly they are able to manifest their dreams and goals through the use of vision boards.

Vision boards are powerful and they have worked for me on many occasions.
I have lots of them but I noticed that while my studio was getting fixed I had put them all away, out of sight.

They are no good sitting in a bottom draw they need to be in front of you so that you can view them  every day.

That way the magic works faster.

Follow these instructions and make your own..let the miracles start to shine.

 Materials needed.

An A3, A2 or  to A1 piece of cardboard

Stack of old magazines
Handwritten or typed words
Embellishments and stickers

Before you start
Sit  down quietly before you start, close your eyes and  ask yourself what it is that you want for your vision board. Put on  some soft music and relax.
Images or words will probably come to mind, be aware of them.

The Six Steps of Creating a Vision Board:

1. Place a picture of yourself  or something sacred that represents you in the middle of the board.
2.  Go through your old magazines and tear the images and words from them that you like.
Put them in a pile.
3. Go through the images and put your your favorites on the board.
Discard images that don't feel right.
Use you intuition to guide you as to where each image and word needs to be placed.
4.Glue everything onto the board and add writing, crayon embelishments and stickers or paint if you wish.
5. Hang your vision board in a place where you will see it often.
Mine are in my office and in the toilet.
6. Have faith and don't stess about the outcome, if its meant to be it will be.

Good luck.

Creative Visualisation Quotes
To visualise is to see what is not there, what is not real -- a dream . To visualize is, in fact, to make visual lies . Visual lies, however, have a way of coming true."
Peter McWilliams

"Ordinary people believe only in the possible. Extraordinary people visualize not what is possible or probable, but rather what is impossible. And by visualizing the impossible, they begin to see it as possible."
Cherie Carter-Scott

"Without this playing of fantasy, no creative work has ever yet come to birth...the debt we owe to the play of imagination is incalculable."

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