Vision board examples

Vision boards can be simple, complex, literal, symbolic, decorated, plain, embellished, large, small, flat, folded – there are as many forms as there are creative people wanting to focus on their dreams. Here are some examples.

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Vision boards can capture personal characteristics you would like to embody in future

Vision boards can capture personal characteristics you would like to embody in future, or activities you would like to do more of

Sometimes they can be symbolic rather than entirely literal

Sometimes they can be symbolic rather than entirely literal

They can be about a way you'd like to feel

They can be about a way you’d like to feel

Some vision boards focus on a single desired outcome - e.g. going on an overseas trip

Some vision boards focus on a single desired outcome – e.g. going on an overseas trip

Some vision boards focus on a single desired outcome - e.g. finding a partner

Some vision boards focus on a single desired outcome – e.g. finding a partner or creating a harmonious relationship

Vision boards can be a mix of all the things you hope to draw into your life - health, wealth, family, spirituality, and growth - whatever you feel drawn to

Vision boards can be a mix of all the things you hope to draw into your life – e.g. wishes for health, wealth, family, culture, spirituality, and growth

2 thoughts on “Vision board examples

  1. I love vision boards. Throughout my journey as a therapist, it has been one of the most satisfying modalities to work with. The insights I’ve gained from my own vision boards have affected my everyday decisions and alerted me to deep wishes and hopes I was hardly aware of. A very enjoyable activity with amazing messages. If you get the opportunity to work with Jade, do yourself a favour and get to one of her wonderful workshops!

    • Thanks so much Maggie! I have found them really useful too, so it’s a treat to share the process with groups. Thanks for your encouraging words!

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