A vision board is a powerful tool that can help you manifest your goals and dreams. It is a physical collection of items such as images, magazine clippings, words and quotes that visually affirm your aspirations and desires. Vision boards work because what you focus on expands. No matter what your goals are - learning to relax, to be more patient, to improve your relationship, to travel more, to find a job that you love, or simply to be kinder to yourself - a vision board is a great tool to have on hand while pursuing them.
Here's a step-by-step guide on how to create a vision board that will help you manifest your dreams.
Gather Your SuppliesTo start creating your vision board, you'll need some supplies. Gather magazines, personal photos, photo books for vision boards and art books with words to start cutting out images and words for your vision board. Personally, I think it's best to make a physical vision board, but if you're short on time or supplies, a digital vision board can be a great option.
Define Your GoalsCreating a vision board gives you a visual way to see your goals and develop a mindset to achieve them on a daily basis. When it comes to creating a vision board, you start with a blank canvas where you can create a vision of any goal you want to achieve in a given period of time.
Start by defining if the vision board you are going to create will represent your entire life or just a specific area.
Collect Images and WordsOnce you have defined the scope of your vision board, start collecting images and words that represent the goals and dreams that you want to manifest. Cut out images from magazines or print out pictures from the internet that represent the things that you want in life. You can also add words or quotes that inspire you and motivate you towards achieving your goals.
Create Your Vision BoardNow it's time to create your vision board! You can use poster boards or cork boards as the base for your vision board. Start arranging the images and words on the board in an aesthetically pleasing way.
You can also use glue or tape to stick the images onto the board.