The Eyes Are The Window To The Soul

The Eyes Are The Window To The Soul
The Eyes Are The Window To The Soul

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Thursday, January 6, 2011

Vision Board

So we made it to 2011. What lovely surprises, new people and growth does she have in store for us?  

I'm over the resolutions thing, have been for a while now. Instead I'm all about 'Vision Boards'. They both really boil down to the same thing basically. Which is I'd like to do better, accomplish more, and be happier in 2011 than I was in 2010. 

So somewhere between partying, travelling, practice and family. I was invited to a Vision Board party by my friend Jewells.  Of course I jumped at the invitation. After all I'm all about channeling my inner Oprah

A vision board is a collage of words and pictures that represents what you would like to happen in your life. 

So you want  to travel the world,   pursue your passions,  buy a BMW, or find Mr Right. You put it all on the board!
The board  works in tandem with the  “Law of Attraction” (putting the right kind of energy out to attract what you want).
So we poured through magazines looking for words, phrases and images that inspired.  
I now have a board that will be travelling along with me and 'Delsey' (My wheelie holdall that I pretty much take on every trip). It will be testament to my willingness to go after my dreams
Roll on 2011 I got my Vision Board with me in my back pocket

1 comment:

  1. I like this! I’d never heard of this particular approach, so it seems like a nice change/alternative to the usual written list.
    What I really like is the fact picture-statements of goals to achieve seems more dynamic than just words, along with the fact the process of even dreaming up visual representation of the goals would have the effect of really forcing a person to think about the goals, clearly and succinctly. Then it all gets reinforced by the actions of actually finding the necessary images.
    I’m going to try this.

    But what if I end up with one big photo of Marilyn Okoro, right in the center and that’s it?



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