The Pathway to Positivity | Manifesting Using Vision Boards

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Manifesting, it is a beautiful thing, if you know how to do it correctly. I talk all about the basics of manifesting in this blog post. There are many different ways you can manifest your dreams and goals, vision boards is just one of them.

What is a vision board?

A vision board is a collection of pictures that depict the things that you truly desire. The idea is that you gather photos that explicitly show your goals, showcase them in a way that work for you, and ensure that they will be visible to you during your everyday life. We know that we have to envision what we want, so by starring at those things during the day, it only increases our level manifestation. Every time you look at your vision board you automatically begin to see life with those goals. You imagine what it would feel like, and be like. These are exactly the sentiments we need to be feeling and thinking, to get the most out of manifestation.

How to create a vision board?

The images you choose to use for your vision board should be relevant to you. Meaning that, if I want to be successful in my career, I am going to choose a picture that pertains to my job (Business for example) I might include a picture of someone in a board meeting, and I am at the head of the table. This example is specific to my job, and shows the exact goal I want to achieve.

On the other hand, depending on the goal, you shouldn’t be too specific. If you want to go on a glamorous vacation, don’t narrow your horizons to a certain place. I would include a photo of a beautiful beach or resort, making sure that the name of the place etc. is not included. This allows your mind and the universe to bring opportunity to you, in a large scale. If we narrow our expectations down too far (in this case) we are limiting the universe and our minds. It is like asking a friend to go to the store and buy you some ice cream, only you didn’t tell them which kind. Maybe your friend will bring you a few options, because you weren’t specific. See what I am saying?

Putting your vision board together

It sounds silly, but include yourself in the images as best as you can. The point is that you are looking at your future! If you can photoshop your name or yourself into the image DO IT! It will only make things that much more effective. If this is not possible, it’s ok, do what you can. Remember, the goal is to include pictures that make you think of the things you aspire towards.

Below is my vision board. It is a rustic entryway piece I found at HomeSense, and it is my perfect vision board. Don’t forget, you should put it where you will look at it the most. This is where we hang our coats, put on our shoes and leave our keys, so we see it at least twice a day. I also included the reasoning behind every image on my vision board. I hope it helps you think of photos you would like to include and how to depict your goals.

  1. A house – Marc and I are saving for a home. This is just a picture I selected from google of the general type of home we like. I am thinking of adding another picture of a condo, seeing as we are open to either option.
  2. Marc and I together – This picture was taken at my friends wedding last year. We had a lot of fun and we had so much love for each other. These are the feelings I get when I look at that picture, so I continue to envision that love and happiness in our lives.
  3. A vacation – This image is of a tropical vacation, something Marc and I may want to do over the winter season. However, I am currently debating on changing this photo out to include a scene in Nashville. We have recently decided that our families will be going there in around a year. So, if I include Nashville on our vision board I can manifest that vacation rather than a tropical one. Seeing as Nashville is more likely to occur in our situation.
  4. A For Sale Sign – This is where the magic happened. I used the Paint program on my MacBook to add Marc’s name to the for sale sign. Marc is a real estate representative in the GTA and we manifest his success on a daily basis.
  5. A classroom door – Again, I used Paint (simple but oh so useful) to add my name to the classroom door. My goal was to have my own classroom for the coming school year. By adding my name I added myself into the equation, making it easier to envision my future. However, you may notice I did not include a grade on the door. This is because I was not specific in the grade I wanted to teach, and I did not want to limit the scope of possibility. I was open to teach any grade! I just so happened to be fired for a grade 5 classroom position.
  6. and 7. Our grandparents – I included photos of my grandmother and Marc’s grandfather during a time when they were happy and we were all together. When I created the vision board, both were battling a medical illness, so we would envision them happy and healthy like they were in the pictures! I am happy to report they are doing amazing.

I hope this helped you think about your own goals and wishes for yourself and the people you love. Don’t forget that you have the power to take control of your life. You can change the things you are unhappy with, even if it seems impossible.

All you need to do is envision it, work for it, and believe it.

Until next time,

Stephanie


Other blog posts in The Pathway to Positivity Series 

Manifesting 101: The Basics of Manifesting

How to Start Being a More Positive Person

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