Have you created your 2014 vision board yet?
We are now a few weeks into 2014 and of course you have a long list of New Year resolutions that you want to achieve in the New Year.
If not, you should go and write up your list as soon as possible.
Following through on those resolutions is not the most important part.
It is more important to document your intentions on paper and put images to visualize those goals.
The unusual power of visual images is that it actually helps you focus on the things you want to see happening on a subconscious level.
I wrote an article on how to create a vision board here.
Here is a picture of my 2014 vision board.
This is only one of 2 vision boards.
I am planning to create another one with an emphasis on my career and personal goals.
This one is more on my desire to travel around the world and see new vistas and places.
I encourage you to create more than one, if possible: one for your career, one for your personal life and one for your desires.
Just make sure you don’t create so many that you don’t have space to put them up.
You need to ensure that you can see the boards daily preferable in front of you or behind you.
It has to visually scream at you :).
A friend of mine created a vision board a few years ago.
She put a picture of Kyoto on it (her dream travel destination).
Within two years she got married to a man from Japan and 2 months prior to that, she actually visited Kyoto!
In my case, I put a picture of a married couple on my 2011 vision board.
It was more about being happy and showing that happiness in a marriage than actually wanting to get married. The next year I got married!
From my own personal experience and from my friends, this procedure does work.
All you need to do is try it out for yourself.
Here are the steps (very easy):
1. Buy a sturdy board at your local stationary store (Staples)
2. Write down a list of dreams and wishes for the New Year
3. Flip through some magazines and see if you can find pictures that match your wishes. The pictures I use for my vision board were cut from a National Geographic magazine
4. Cut them out and glue them on your board
5. Look at it every day; even a brief glance will be enough
6. If you have new goals and wishes coming up throughout the year, keep putting the pictures on it.
It is not a static board but don’t change too much.
You don’t want to be fickle minded with your New Year resolutions and goals.
Be committed but keep adding new ones when they come up.
Feel free to share your dream board on my Facebook fan page, and keep broadcasting your goals to the Universe.
Also post it on your own Facebook account and let your visions materialize in the New Year.
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