by Ashley Leavy
A vision board is a visual representation of an affirmation or intention, typically something you’d like to manifest. It may include pictures or words that show what you’re trying to create in your life.
It’s best to hang your vision board in a place of prominence, or somewhere where you will see it of- ten throughout your day.
Creating Your Own Crystal Vision Board:
To create your vision board, you’ll need to start by gathering some supplies. Some helpful items include a stack of old magazines, a pair of good scissors, a large cork-board, and tons of push-pins.
Using a cork board and push pins is helpful because you can change and update your vision board as needed (like when your goals, hopes, and dreams change and grow), but if you’d like, you could just use a glue stick to attach your images or works to a piece of cardboard instead.
Next, you should browse your magazine stack, cutting out images or words that relate to your specific affirmation and capture the feeling of what you want your life to be. These should mostly be very specific, but sometimes they may be more generalized (i.e. like if you’re representing a concept like “Serenity”).
The next step is to arrange and organize the cut-outs in a way that appeals to you. You may even want to group things together (this is especially helpful if you’re creating a board for more than one affirmation).
Keep adding images and words until your board is full of positive, life-changing scraps of paper! Once you’ve finished your layout, you can use the push- pins to hold the paper scraps in place (or you can glue them down using your glue stick).
Finally, take a step back and look at how amazing this project turned out. You’re sure to feel motivated by all of the positive energy that has been put into it.
Again, it’s important to remember that it’s okay if your vision board changes as the year progresses, but that’s really the true beauty of it – it changes and grows with you (getting bigger and better all the time).
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