IS VISION BOARDING POINTLESS, OR DOES IT REALLY WORK?

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  1. My friends and I got together to create our own vision boards a few years back! It was a lovely fun activity we did together and I think most of all, it allows you to hone in on your goals and keep it at the forefront of your mind. And when you do that, you’re making active choices in your day-to-day life that hopefully will work towards those goals!great post!! 🙂

    1. Oh so cool, yeah it’s so fun to do with friends! Did your visions come true? I agree it’s kinda like bringing out thoughts to life makes them more real for us in our everyday waking life, and then things begin to change 🌪❤️! Thanks for reading 😊

  2. I hadn’t really understood this about myself until reading your post: I am more of a task-analysis and to-do list sort of person about most things, which involves a writerly and wordish approach to living in a world I want to be in (i.e., manifesting?)

    When I have tried vision boarding, it always turns into vision-booking….sometimes quite literally. I dallied with vision boarding when I was choreographing a dance once…. pages, fabric, tarot cards, keys, and old photographs congealed into a bound book…maybe there is something about my squirrely ideas that require binding, lest they get away….

    1. Oh wow I LOVEA THAT! I love that you adapted an idea to kind of make it your own in keeping with what works for you specifically! Vision booking, that’s amazing. I wonder if there are others like you as well who just gravitate towards that instead of visual boards. 🤔 I’m sure there must be! I’d love to see images or a post about this yes! No pressure just sayin ha 💖😊 Because I can sorta picture it but sorta not, and now I’m curious 🥸

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