Visualization and intention setting are powerful ways to start aligning with the reality you’re looking to create. Neuroscientist and author of The Source, Tara Swart, Ph.D., highly recommends vision boarding, though she prefers to call it action boarding—because your board should inspire action.
“However small,” she says, “it’s about doing something every day to move toward those goals. It’s about acting and keeping with what you put on your board.”
And according to reiki master and author of Burning Bright, Kelsey Patel, “If we don’t have a clear direction of where we’re headed or where we want to go, it can be very easy to get caught up in things that aren’t actually good for us. Creating a vision board is a powerful way of getting to know yourself and what it is you truly want to manifest and call into your life,” she previously explained to mbg.
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