Vision Boards (Part 2)

In the last post, we talked about How To Properly Use A Vision Board to harness the power of the Law of Attraction to attract positive things into your life. But for those of you who have not heard or seen vision boards before, you might be wondering how you should go about doing or making them.

Vision boards come in many shapes, forms and sizes today, and they do not necessarily have to be in their physical forms. With the advancement in technology, some people have created vision boards in the form of powerpoints, videos or even just simple music they can be listening to while they are travelling to work or school. As you can see, making your own vision board is actually something that is very simple and easy to do.

If you want to make a vision board in the form of a poster that you can be hanging up in your own bedroom, then you should first buy a blank canvas with a frame. The type that are used to frame up paintings or jigsaw puzzles probably work the best. Then flip your newspapers or magazines for pictures of the things you want, cut them out and then paste them onto the blank frame. If you have trouble looking for certain items, you could also search for similar images or pictures on the net and then print them out.


For powerpoints, it would also be relatively simple as all you would be needing to do is to search and look for images and pictures on the net, cut, crop and then paste them nicely into your powerpoint slides. It is best to limit the maximum timing of your whole slideshow to just 5 minutes, as if the slide goes on for too long you might not be able to catch everything that is in it. The same can be said for vision boards made in the form of videos, but for videos it would be a lot harder as you might need to learn how to use video editing software. Camtasia and Windows Movie Maker would probably be your best friends.

The last point you should be noting regarding vision boards is that once you have made your first vision board, it is not the end of it. A lot of people tend to make their first vision boards and then dump them in some unknown corner of their room, never to touch them again. The real purpose of a vision board is to help you to visualise and imagine you getting the things that you really want a lot easier and on a systematic basis. Thus, you should hang your vision board somewhere where you would be able to remind yourself to look at it every morning or before you go to bed, such as beside the mirror in your washroom so that you would be able to see it whenever you are brushing your teeth.