Thursday, January 2, 2014

New Year's Resolutions

This year, 2014, I'm going to try something new.
 Instead of the Dreaded Resolutions,
 I am going to create a VISION BOARD.

A vision board is a visual reminder of what you want out of life.  It can include images or words that trigger excitement and passion in you.   It is useful to create a vision board and place it in a space where you will frequently be reminded to go for your dreams.  The vision board is a powerful tool when you are trying to manifest changes, opportunities or experiences into your life.  Many people collect motivating images from magazines and make a collage but I decided to create a digital vision board. I used Pinterest to collect my images.
 
" To really work, a vision board has to come not from your culture but from your primordial, nonsocial self—the genetically unique animal/angel that contains your innate preferences.

When you start assembling pictures that appeal to this deep self, you unleash one of the most powerful forces on our planet: human imagination. Virtually everything humans use, do, or make exists because someone thought it up. Sparking your incredibly powerful creative faculty is the reason you make a vision board. The board itself doesn't impact reality; what changes your life is the process of creating the images—combinations of objects and events that will stick in your subconscious mind and steer your choices toward making the vision real."
This is an example of a vision board: 
 
 
If you have ever thought,
“I wish I could….”  put it on your board!

My vision board will be mainly focused on my art - since ART is my LIFE - along with a few health related suggestions, since that is also LIFE related!

1 comment:

  1. Just finished Martha Beck's "Finding Your Way in a Wild New World." A that bit of synchronicity, the pinterest aspect makes it much easier to consider a vision board. Thanks!.

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