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Mindful Monday: Vision Boards How To’s
Posted on October 28, 2013
Welcome back to Mindful Monday my beautiful peeps!
Vision Boards: The Why and How To
A new week as arrived, whoo hoo!
Today, I want to give you a another resource to help you work towards your goals.
If you are struggling with focus, inspiration, or just lacking belief in yourself and your abilities, read on…
I have learned that visualization is a powerful tool. Used by athletes, celebrities, and entrepreneurs alike, visualization
can literally work to reprogram your brain for success.
One of the best ways to remind yourself to visualize, be consistent, and make your dreams a reality is to use vision
Whatever we plant in our subconscious mind and nourish with repetition and emotion will one day
become a reality.
There is a variety of ways to go about creating vision boards.
I’m about to share with you my favorite 3 Ways to Create Vision Boards and I encourage you to share your way in the
Let’s dive into it…
You can “Old School It” by using the traditional method of a physical cork-board, poster, piece of cardboard, etc. The
benefit of this method is it’s a hands on experience. If you are a kinesthetic learner (like to work with your hands and
involve yourself in activities) this is a great method for you. Get out the glue and scissors, find pictures in magazines or
on the Internet, and get pasting. Choose pictures that really draw out something in you. Pictures that resonate with you
and make you feel like your dreams rock and are completely possible!
Here is a video you may find helpful in making a physical board:
Pinterest: Online Vision Board
The second method I like to use is Pinterest. I don’t know about you, but I adore Pinterest. We are in an age where
people love to share pictures and images. If you don’t know what Pinterest is you can check it out here: Pinterest
Pinterest is basically an online pin board, multiple pin boards as a matter of fact, where you can pin pictures, recipes,
articles, videos, or whatever you like. You can share your boards with others also and look at their pins. Best of all it’s
free and easy to get started.
Pinterest is fantastic for making a vision board online. With each account, you also have the option of some private
boards that no one else can see. This can be great if you want to create an online vision board, but don’t necessarily
want to share it with the world. I have a private board called “Thoughts Become Things” where I pin pictures of things I
want in my life, whether happy family and friends, specific vacations, or even money abundance.
If you want to share your board, let me know. I would love to see the vision you are creating. You can tag me on
Also, check out my public boards, by visiting my Pinterest profile here…
Lori Hil@Immensely Social
Now last, but likely the most POWERFUL, way to create a vision board is through a program called Mind Movies. Mind
Movies is a program that you use on your computer to make moving vision boards. You can add positive affirmations
and inspiring music that captures the brain’s attention at a deep level. This makes getting your emotions involved way
Involving emotion is an extremely important thing about visualizing. You must involve the emotions and visualize in a
way that makes you feel your dreams are already a reality. It may be challenging at first, but with practice, it’s
completely doable. It is your feelings that attract the desired result.
Moving Vision Boards
Mind Movies is super easy to use and once your video is made, it just takes a few minutes each day to watch your very
own, personalized movie. For more on Mind Movies click here, put in your email address, and get instant access.
Combine all 3 Methods of Vision Boards for the Ultimate Visualization
I personally and purposefully use all three methods. I have a physical board hanging in my office. I check out my
Pinterest board almost every day and also watch my Mind Movie. It really only takes a few minutes once you get into.
When you imagine something, picturing it in your mind with emotion, the brain does not know the difference from your
outside world. Over time if you are consistent and persistent, I truly believe your brain can be reprogrammed for
Visualize this thing that you want, see it, feel it, believe in it. Make your mental blue print, and begin
to build. -Robert Collier
If you haven’t already heard John Assarf’s incredible story about vision boards, you can watch it here…
May your dreams come true and expand the world!
Much Love and creativity,
XOXO Hil <3
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