I have been using vision boards for the past 10 years as part of my manifesting process. Over the last few years I have incorporated my vision boards into my manifestation techniques. I have achieved so many of my goals over the last 8 years from visualisation. I purchased a new car, saved for a deposit on my first home, build my first home, created the role I wanted in my existing workplace, started a business, develop a fit and healthy lifestyle, brought a puppy dog, developed a positive mindset and attracted some amazing women into my life I now call my best friends.
I truly believe visual representation of the life I want is a power tool to remind myself daily of what I am working towards. Every morning, as part of my morning routine, I focus on my vision board. I have four steps I take for each goal;
- I imagine already having it in my life
- How it makes me feel
- Why I want it
- What steps I am taking towards achieving/manifesting it
For example; a new car
- I imagine driving around in my new car
- I feel happy, excited and grateful
- I want it because it will transport me around, be reliable and for me it is a representation of my hard work.
- I am working towards it by saving XXX amount of dollars each month.
How to make your vision board
Step 1: Buy yourself a cork board, pins, gather some photos and magazines
Step 2: What do you want? This can be absolutely anything; new car, house, savings goal, puppy dog, boat, new friendships, new relationship, new job, start a business, fitness goals, health related goals, more positive mindset. It doesn’t have to be a physical item, it can be an emotion you want to feel or people around you – friendships and relationships.
Step 3: Find pictures that represent what you want – When choosing your pictures they must represent exactly what you want. If you want a new car, make sure the picture is the exact colour, brand and model. At the moment I am working towards “feeling good on inside” for me this is a picture of fresh fruits and vegetables and a photo of myself in the past when I was “feeling good”.
Step 4:Arrange your photos on the board and add some words or phrases to enhance your goals
Step 5: Review your vision board regularly. Over time the things we want in life change, as we evolve. For example in a few months I might no longer want that type of car on my vision board, I might want a different car or no longer want one all together. I regularly update my pictures.
The biggest part of vision boards is to believe you already have these things in your life. This sends out to the universe that you are ready and know exactly what you want. Do not put a time limit on anything, let the universe decide when. Sometimes you don’t get what you ask for, instead its something better.
I would love to see all your vision boards, if you would like to share please tag Best Life Babez instagram or dm me.