I’ve been feeling a bit more creative lately. This past week I set aside at least an hour each day to read and I think it’s recharged my right-brain just a little bit. The idea of creating a vision board has been rolling around in my head for days, so tonight I finally sat down tonight to make one.
I started with a stack of old magazines. I glanced through the pages and found those images that represent the life I want to live. At first I felt like I was in grade school, creating a collage for some strange social studies or art class, but as I began to leaf through the magazines I started to see the images of the life I want unfold.
At heart I am a spiritualist, a true believer. Since my health issues first happened a few years ago I have often pondered the role that thoughts have played in both my illness and my ability to recover. Since that time I have tried to think positively, to count my blessings, to be grateful for all that I have, but from time to time, (as all of us do I), I find myself dwelling on the negative.
Tonight I decided to document a positive vision that I can reflect upon on a daily basis. My vision board is nothing more than a large piece of drawing paper covered with magazine images and words, but the image I created makes me feel peaceful and happy.
I must admit that I am swayed by the notion that if I simply ask and believe the universe will help me make my vision come true. Now let’s see what happens.