How I Manifested my Vision Board in 60 Days

Now that the New Year is over, oftentimes the ‘new year, new me’ fad wears off and we get lost into our previous routines.

I started my vision board a few days before the New Year by simply creating a list of things I looked forward to manifesting in 2019. One thing I’ve learned in life is that if there is something you want to will into reality, you must put it on paper and believe it will come to pass. I wrote things as if I were experiencing it that very moment. Doing so brings high vibrations into the environment for manifestation.

Then I thought to take it a step further and create an actual vision board; because what good will a simple list would do? Of course I mentally visualized my life desires but I needed something to look at daily opposed to the list in my journal. I took some time out and got crafty! I created an image for each and every goal on my list.

About 3 weeks later, a good friend of mine invited to a vision board party! Although I had my own personal vision party a few weeks back, I decided to go. To my surprise my vision was extremely expanded! I ended up creating a wonderful extension to my current board.

This Vision board #2

As a reflected recently, I manifested about 8 things on my boards. I was completely amazed! Just in the last few weeks alone I have been offered amazing, tailored to my growth opportunities that will stretch myself into the person I need to be. This also taught me to think bigger. I have not achieved everything on my board just yet, but the current acceleration of my accomplishments has been very confirming.

Vision boards are great because not only do you hold yourself accountable, you also realize your vision can and will be expanded. I’ve learned that manifestation is a scientific and highly spiritual act. We create the things we wish to see.

Have you thought about creating a vision board? If so how do you feel about your progress?

Let me know in the comments below!

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