In on part of the DVD The Secret, we see a father talking to his son while living in a spectacular house on the coast. His son is sitting in his Dad’s office on a bunch of boxes. He turns to his Dad and asks what is in the boxes. As they begin to sift through them they pull out a large piece of cardboard with a variety of pictures attached to it. When they turn it over they see the VERY house they are living in. Several years earlier, the boy’s father set about creating a vision board.

What’s a vision board? you may ask. It’s an easy project to undertake and something everyone should attempt at some point in their life. Think about what you want out of life.

A new car? What kind? Find pictures of the car you would like. Put them on your vision board.
A new house? Find pictures. Put them on your vision board.

You get the idea. A vision board is an idea of what you want your life to be in the future. Just like writing down your intentions, putting pictures on a vision board is a powerful tool to creating the life you want.

As an example, check out this blog:
Dream House? Why Not
from This, That, and The Other at Radioactive Cats

Be Happy! Be Well! Be Positive!

Chris

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