Creating and Using Vision Boards (Part 2)

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Chris is the Managing Editor of Gratitude Planet and can be found most days enjoying the Southern California weather and waves.

In part 1 of “Creating and Using Vision Boards” I discussed what a Vision Board is, and how it worked for me when I wanted to expand my career. If you are visiting Gratitude Planet for the first time and haven’t read Part 1 yet, you may want to scroll down and read it before you read Part 2.

Creating a Vision Board is a powerful tool for nurturing and allowing something in your vibration. The Law of Attraction responds only to your vibration; your words and actions mean nothing unless accompanied by a corresponding vibrational frequency. A Vision Board can help you feel as if the thing you want is already manifested. You have a daily visual cue to help you accept and allow your well being! You have immediate evidence that your life is expanding, and concrete visual cues to help you relax and let in all that you have asked for.

The first Vision Board that you make need not revolve around a major change on your life. In fact, I have found it to be fun over the years to ask for something that feels achievable, yet is just far enough out of my reach that I will feel a triumph when it materializes. For example, if you have been trying to shed ten pounds for a while, but haven’t been able to allow it into your vibration, you could make a Vision Board celebrating your weight loss of ten pounds. Every image and phrase on that Vision Board should celebrate the new weight, and there should be images that feel good to you. Looking at the Vision Board should always feel good. It should represent the completion of the manifestation of the desire into your present. You should be able to suspend your disbelief as you look at the Vision Board.

Another Vision Board I had created centered around health and fitness. I wanted to look better, feel better, and move better. I went to Barnes & Noble and looked for magazines on health that caught my eye. I wanted images of healthy people, and I wanted them in full color. I perused a large number of pages looking for images that made me go “yes, that feels good.” If I saw a picture of a person who was doing something I like to do, and if the image felt good while I looked at it, I put it in a pile for purchase. I probably took home only three or four magazines on health, but they were full of great images that supported my desire to be more fit and athletic. I cut up my manila file folder and got out my scissors and glue stick, and started looking once again through the pages of the magazines. Now when I saw an image I liked, I cut it out and put it on the table. There is no right and wrong way to to this…only the way that YOU enjoy doing this. I like to cut out every image that feels good to me, and then decide which ones fit best together to create an overall effect. I might cut out ten to fifteen images, and use only four or five, depending on how big they are and how they fit together. I also look for words or phrases I like, and I cut those out and paste them in too. In twenty years I have probably made three Vision Boards on health and fitness, and I have always experienced a good segment of improved health and vitality after creating my Vision Board. You might wonder why I would need to do another VB if I did it once already and achieved improved conditions. Like anything, once you have achieved something, something else will surely get your attention, and your focus will be directed in new ways. So after a few years of feeling like fitness is completed, you might find yourself back up those ten pounds and eating in old patterns again. It’s OK. Use your VB to allow the thing you want the most right now. Don’t try to live your whole life through one VB at the same time.

If you want to try making a VB, on a blank paper list the top three things you would like to increase in your experience. You might list weight loss, more prosperity, and an intimate relationship, for example. Feel the energy behind each thing. How would you feel if you had one of these three right now? Which one gives you the purest feeling of excitement and a rush of “wow” when you think about it actually happening? If you feel they are all the same, just pick one and do your VB on that topic. It’s likely, however, that one will get your attention in a more powerful way than the others. Go for that one first.

I will continue this series on Vision Boards because it is fun to write about, and it is such a fun activity to do. It always reminds me of art classes in middle school. You get to play and enjoy your creations…and then they manifest into your experience! It’s like having a magic wand. We all have the wand, so let’s keep learning how to harness it for our expanded love, bliss, gratitude, appreciation, and connection. Enjoy this most amazing day. Chris-GP

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  • 2 Comments

    1. Billy says:

      Good to know that it doesn’t have to be something BIG!!! I can do this!!

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    2. windsurfer153 says:

      Good post Chris. I like this series. How about part 3????????? I am going to make a Vision board this weekend on my day off.

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