"A dream without a vision or purpose is dead!"
A vision board is a tool you use to help you stay focus on what matters most to you. It is a representation of where you would like to be in your life and business. It is the best tool you can use to display your vision to help give your purpose clarity.
1. How to map out your vision board?
First thing you would need to do is gather magazines, scissors, glue, tape, markers, and stickers.
Once you've gathered all your tools, ask God to guide you through the process.
Then go through the magazines and cut any quotes, photos, inspiration or anything that you would like to align yourself with and set them to the side.
When you are finish, put your board together.
Make sure to give yourself about two hours to complete the process.
Your brain will work tirelessly to achieve the statements you give your subconscious mind. And when those statements are the affirmations and images of your goals, you are destined to achieve them! – Jack Canfield
2. How to use your Vision Board.
To get the full benefit from your vision board, put your board someplace where you can see it daily.
Take a few minutes daily to look over your vision board. I would recommend doing this once in the morning before you start your day and at the end of your day. Also, when you feel low during your day, look at your board to regain momentum.
As some time goes by, and your dreams begin to manifest, look at those images that represent your achievements, and feel gratitude for how well the Law of Attraction is working in your life. Acknowledge that it is working. Don’t remove the pictures or images that represent the goals you’ve already achieved. Achievement of the goals in your vision board are powerful visual reminders of what you have already consciously and deliberately attracted into your life.
It’s a good idea to create a new inspiration board each year. As you continue to grow, evolve and expand, your dreams will too. Your vision board is meant to be kept and cherished. They chronicle not only your dreams, but your growth and achievements.
Here is an example of my board which I hope inspires you to do yours.