How to Make a Vision Board to Manifest Your Goals

Vision boards are SUCH GREAT TOOLS for manifesting and focusing on your goals.

What’s a vision board, you may ask?

A vision board is typically a physical board (or digital if you prefer) containing images that represent all of your goals.

Vision boards are an excellent tool for manifestation, because you are able to see your goals on a regular basis and be able to be inspired and excited to take steps towards those dreams and aspirations. They really help with the visualization process involved in the law of attraction.

If you want to learn how to make an effective vision board and hear me talk about my goals, I made a video below!

If you’d rather learn how to make one by reading, here is a summary of the steps below.

What you need: A poster board (I got mine for $1 at the dollar store), internet access, a printer, glue

1.) Make a List of All of Your Goals

The first thing you need to do is figure out what you want. If you don’t know what you want, how can you live life to your fullest potential?

If you have no idea of what you truly want out of life, make an effort to think about it. I recommend doing visualization exercises.

I specifically like this Bob Proctor visualization meditaion to help you figure it out.

Once, you have an idea of some things that you want, create a master list of all of your major goals you want to achieve.

Make the list with as much detail as possible. List everything that you want, whether it’s your dream body, dream car, dream relationship, dream career, etc.

2.) Look up Images that Go with Your Goals

Next, you want to search for images on Pinterest and Google that correlate with your goals.

Make sure you choose images that bring you joy and excitement. The images should make you experience happy emotions, because emotions truly drive you to conquer those goals that you have.

When you are gathering them put them in a word document and print them out.

3.) Cut Out Your Images and Place Them Where You Want Them

Then, you need to cut them out and place them in the position on your board that you want them.

By placing them where you want them, before gluing them down, you are able to make sure they are all in a position where you like them, so there is significantly less of a chance for error.

4.) Glue them Down!

Once they are placed where you like them, glue your images down.

AND YOU’RE DONE!

I hope you all liked and enjoyed this article and I am thankful for all of you who read this! I hope you use this method and acheive all of your goals, because you deserve it:)

Thanks again!

-JW (aka Indigo Stardust)