Saturday, February 01, 2014

Vision Board

We all tend to move in the direction of our most dominant thought.
What does that mean, exactly?
We were created with a free will to think and do that which we please. We can focus our attention on the negative things in the news and in our social media feeds, or we can choose to ignore that and focus our attention on things that are positive and uplifting. Things that will help us grow intellectually and spiritually.
I have created a vision board to help me focus on the things that I really want to achieve in my life. What is a Vision board, you ask?

A vision board is a collage of images that represent the goals you have set for yourself  and the things you want to accomplish in your life.

Vision Board
It may be places you want to want to visit or charities you would love to support once you are financially able. It should be all the things you envision yourself as doing and having in this lifetime. Your vision board is a fluid project. Change it often. When you attain a goal, take it down and replace it with something new. Keep it constantly moving.
When you begin your vision board process, let yourself go. Dream BIG. Don’t let limiting thoughts stop you from creating the life that you deserve. Create a super fantastical picture of a life for yourself like you once did as a child. Release that inner child like creativity and let your self dream.
You have the power to bring your dreams to life again. It can bring you freedom you only dreamed  of as that child so long ago.  I love the path I have chosen. It has helped me with personal development, something I think we can all use.
Get outside your box. Dream

And while dreaming create a visual dream or vision board – also known as a dream board that is always in front of you  to remind you what is possible instead of what is not.

I’d love to connect with you and learn how I can help you attain the images and desires you have on your vision board.
“Dream lofty dreams and as you dream so shall you become. Your vision is the promise of what you shall one day be. Your Ideal is the prophecy of what you shall at last unveil”   ~James Allen

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