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Creating A Vision Board That Works

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Jan. 28 2019, Published 6:30 p.m. ET

I’m sure we’ve all been urged to create a vision board by now. They’re all the rage. According to The Chopra Center, they rose to prominence after the release of The Secret in 2006.

The basic idea of vision boards is manifesting what you put on it. The secret of The Secret is the Law of Attraction.

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“Under the Law of Attraction, the complete order of the Universe is determined, including everything that comes into your life and everything that you experience. It does so through the magnetic power of your thoughts.”

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“Under the Law of Attraction, the complete order of the Universe is determined, including everything that comes into your life and everything that you experience. It does so through the magnetic power of your thoughts.”

Vision boards are meant to attract what you put on them. Many of them are created sort of like a collage. According to writer Christie Inge:

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“I put pictures of books, trees, and a few words that resonated on my board. I wasn’t being too picky about the images, I was just going with what felt right. […] I promptly stuffed my new vision board into the far corners of a closet. A couple of years later, I had just started my business and was feeling a major urge to de-clutter the closet in what is now my home office. Shoved back in the corner, I found the vision board and I was shocked at what I saw. I had made a vision board that works! Every single image that I had cut and pasted on that board was real in my life.”

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“I put pictures of books, trees, and a few words that resonated on my board. I wasn’t being too picky about the images, I was just going with what felt right. […] I promptly stuffed my new vision board into the far corners of a closet. A couple of years later, I had just started my business and was feeling a major urge to de-clutter the closet in what is now my home office. Shoved back in the corner, I found the vision board and I was shocked at what I saw. I had made a vision board that works! Every single image that I had cut and pasted on that board was real in my life.”

Christie Inge recommends to:

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“Discern your intentions.

What do you want?
What do you need?
What do you value?
How do you want to feel when those things are your reality?”

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“Discern your intentions.

What do you want?
What do you need?
What do you value?
How do you want to feel when those things are your reality?”

Karson McGinley of Chopra.com writes:

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“Meditate, daydream, or journal about all the things you want to be, do, or have, and don’t forget to consider the multiple dimensions of your life as well. Imagine your ideal career, relationship, house, car, community, body, and so on. The more specific you can be, the better!”

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“Meditate, daydream, or journal about all the things you want to be, do, or have, and don’t forget to consider the multiple dimensions of your life as well. Imagine your ideal career, relationship, house, car, community, body, and so on. The more specific you can be, the better!”

Once you have this down pat, you can gather images, quotes, etc. from wherever you deem fit. You can use a cork board, or even a book to bring what you want in your life to life.

Vision boards reflect each individual person’s destiny so there is no wrong way to do it. It’s basically about believing in your abilities, and affirming that there is nothing too big for you to accomplish.

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