4 Fun Vision Board Ideas to Help You Manifest Your Dreams
Many people who have learned about the Law of Attraction have heard about using vision boards. A vision board is simply a collection of pictures and short statements of the things you would like to manifest. The idea is that the time you spend collecting, displaying and looking at your desires will lead you to focus more intently on your dreams. When applied properly, a vision board can be a very useful tool.
I do believe vision boards can be a fun and helpful way to work with the Law of Attraction, particularly if you are a visual or creative type. If you think you might be interested in trying out this Law of Attraction strategy, here are a few vision board ideas you can use to make one:
1. The Traditional Vision Board:
The traditional vision board is usually made on a cork board or poster paper. Simply get a stack of magazines to find images and quotes of the things you would like to manifest in your life. Then, tack them up nicely on your board to make a collage of your dreams. Once you have completed your vision board, display it somewhere were you will be able to see your creation frequently.
The featured image at the top of this post is a good example of a traditional vision board.
2. The Pinterest Vision Board:
For those who use Pinterest, this app can be used to create an ongoing digital vision board. When I first learned about the Law of Attraction I decided to create a vision board using Pinterest, and I’m happy to say I’ve manifested a number of things from it! Simply join Pinterest and then create a board to pin your desires.
Here is a section of my Pinterest vision board:
3. The Screensaver Vision Board:
If you spend a lot of time on your computer (like me!) a screensaver vision board can be another great digital option.
Go on a Google images hunt to find high resolution images of some of the things you would really like to manifest. Then, create a collage of these images in one, large screensaver-sized picture. To make your collage you could use Photoshop or a free online collage app (PicMonkey.com offers some free collage templates you can work with). Just be sure to make a high resolution/high quality collage, so that your vision board screen saver looks nice and sharp on your desktop.
Once you have completed your collage, set it as your computer’s screensaver or desktop image. You can also use this screensaver on your tablet or smartphone.
Every time you boot up, you will be reminded of your desires!
4. The Refrigerator Vision Board:
I like this strategy for folks on the go who aren’t interested in spending too much time creating a traditional vision board.
For this low-maintenance LOA strategy, all you need is a few magnets for your refrigerator. When you happen to run across an image or quote that speaks to something you would like to manifest, simply tack it up on your refrigerator using one of your magnets.
The refrigerator is a great place to put your desires because it is a location many of us frequent several times throughout the day. Placing your desires on your refrigerator ensures you will have the opportunity to focus on them daily.
A quick word of caution about vision boards:
It is important that you select images and words for your vision board that make you feel good. For your board to be effective, it must inspire high vibrational thoughts and feelings. Be very selective about how you construct your board, and avoid putting up images or words that make you feel any sense of lack or disappointment!
As you now probably see, the vision board concept can be applied in many different ways. Creating a vision board can be a fairly simple process, and can be a fun and effective way of helping you align with your desires!
Have you had any success with vision boards? Comment below and share you story with me!
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Feature image. This image has been edited.