Creating and Using Vision Boards (part 3)

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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. In the second part, I showed you how to make a Vision Board, and how you might use it on a daily basis. If you are visiting Gratitude Planet for the first time and haven’t read Part 1 &2 yet, you may want to scroll down and read it before you read Part 3.

Once you have created your Vision Board, you will want to refer to it daily and feel how good it feels while you look at it. I don’t recommend that you look at it when you are busy, stressed, or otherwise distracted from feeling good. As I said in part 2, I look at my Vision Boards either before bed, or sometimes in the morning (taped to the bathroom mirror). My resistance is low, and I need something to focus on anyway as I brush teeth or shave. Here are a couple hints to making the most of this exercise, and harnessing the full power of the Law of Attraction:

1. Pretend what you want has already arrived into your experience. The Vision part of the VB is the gift of seeing the thing as if it has already materialized into your experience. The images you have chosen should feel like a done deal in terms of the manifestation. If you picked images and words that depict the manifestation fully, you should be able to relax and enjoy the feeling of having it. It is the feeling of having it that makes the Law of Attraction able to deliver it to you.

2. Have fun. There is no reason to work at this. If you approach the VB as a job to be completed each day, you may intensify the feeling of needing to work to make it happen. This vibration reinforces a feeling that you DON’T’t have it. If you already have it (as this game requires) then there is no need to work or struggle while you look at the VB. It is done, and you should feel the fun of having the thing on your VB.

3. Talk to yourself as if you already have it. Let yourself know (often) how exciting it was to have the things on your VB. Breathe deeply. Love your ever-expanding life and the magic of creating and receiving your expansion. There is no need to contradict your thinking with a “real, here and now” feeling. Let your inner speak reflect the vision on the VB.

4. If you dare, talk to others about how your VB is manifesting (or has manifested). If you have friends that understand and accept Law of Attraction, play the game in real time with them and talk about how grateful and appreciative you are for the manifestations on your VB. Play it up. Let it feel good. Let them add to the power of the allowing.

5. Be patient. Don’t take score right away, but rather look for the smallest clues of the new condition. What ever you have created will start showing it self in small ways first. If you can really get and practice the feeling of the new thing, you will recognize it as it actually appears in the physical world. Just say, yah, that’s my VB in action. It’s here. Yippee.

Try it and see if these tips help. Enjoy this most amazing day!  Chris-GP

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  • 2 Comments

    1. windsurfer153 says:

      This makes sense to me and I am glad you are doing this series. Is there a part 4?

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    2. Lee says:

      I like how easy you make it sound. I think we are all conditioned to get bogged down in the processes of things. Good reminder to just relax and have fun.

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