How to create and use vision board
October 6, 2017 ShareInstead of writing about how i use vision board i decided to use article from Jack Canfield, the master of vision boards and actor in famous movie The Secret and author of many bestsellers. A vision board is a perfect tool to help you visualize your goals and activate the Law of Attraction. The best way to achieve your goals is to keep them top of mind so that you’re always looking for ways to move closer to them.
What is a Vision Board?A vision board is a visualization tool which refers to a board of any sort used to build a collage of words and pictures that represent your goals and dreams. The main idea of a vision board is, that it’s a place where you capture images of the goals that you have in your life, the things you want to experience, the things you want to own, and the things you want to do. The subconscious mind is much more powerful than the conscious mind. We can program the subconscious and the unconscious by putting in images and words and affirmations on a consistent and regular basis. The Complete Vision Board Kit: Using the Power of Intention and Visualization to Achieve Your Dreams.
Jack Canfield talks about "My Personal Vision Boards"I currently have two vision boards. One is a fold out vision board that I can travel with and close up for privacy and a vision board on the back of my door in my office. So, every time I leave my office, I stop and I look at the images on that board. It’s in my face every day, probably 8 to 10 times a day. I’ve been using vision boards in one form or another since the 1970’s. My first “vision board’ was a $100,000 bill that I made myself. I taped it to the ceiling above my bed so that I would see it every day when I woke up. I set the goal for myself that I wanted to make $100,000 in one year. At that point, I was making $8,000 a year so this was more than 12 times my annual income. Every morning when I would wake up, I would visualize that. I would close my eyes and visualize my $100,000 lifestyle. What it would be like… Where I would live… The Navajo rugs I was going to buy I put on my walls… The little lake house I would have… The car I would own… And everything else I could think of. Guess what happened? Within about 30 days, I started having hundred thousand dollar ideas for the first time in my life. Within a year I had earned $92,000. It was an amazing breakthrough. At the end of that year, my wife asked me, “Do you think it’ll work for a million dollars?” I said, “I don’t know, It worked for $100,000. So, let’s do it.” We made a million dollar bill and put that on the ceiling. And within a few years, I received my first $1,000,000 check for a book royalty for the first Chicken Soup For The Soul. Today, my current vision board has:
- Pictures of million dollar bills.
- A picture of a man doing yoga because I want to be more flexible.
- A picture of a strong back, because I want to have a pain free and flexible back.
- A resort in Hawaii and Tahiti because I want to spend more time there.
- A world map, because I want to enroll trainers in my Train the Trainer Online program from every country in the world.
- A piano, because I’m learning to play the piano, and more.
The Power of VisualizationVisualization from a vision board has three main benefits.
- It activates the creative powers of your subconscious mind to come up with ideas and solutions for achieving your goals.
- It programs the perceptual filters in your brain to start noticing the available resources that are present in your environment that were always there but escaped your notice.
- Through the law of attraction, visualization also magnetizes and attracts to you the people, the resources, and the opportunities you need to achieve your goal.