Why might you need a vision board? Because you are more likely to achieve your goal when you attach an emotion to the intention.
What you will do here is set your intention through creating a visual image and then recognize the emotions you attach to the images. You then learn how to summon these emotions when you need to feel inspired or energized to work towards your goals.
So if seeing images of the car you’d really like, a new kitchen, made over garden, a bigger house or your dream holiday destination really puts the fire in your belly to get your ass moving and keep chipping away then a vision board is exactly what you need. Of course not all goals will be or should be materialistic. You might want to take a long trip to visit an old friend, lose weight, quit smoking, cut down on drinking, save a wad of money for a rainy day. We all want more, better things in our life but that desire gets lost in our brain while it’s trying to deal with all the general daily dross life throws at us and we forget or just don’t pay attention to what we really want to be achieving.
During this workshop you will spend some time refining your goals and developing your visualisation skills before building up your board. You will then practice how to interact with the board using visualisation skills to keep you motivated, energised and walking towards your desired future.
Visualization is a very, very powerful technique and not difficult to master. You can do this purely mentally but for many people it becomes much more powerful when they have a physical image to focus on. Having a vision board on display in an obvious place to see every day, multiple times, reinforces our desire and helps us remember to make conscious decisions that will only help us move closer to our goals.
If you do nothing, you’ll have nothing!
T&Cs: No refunds will be given if you book and then are unable to attend for any reason whatsoever. Refunds are only payable in the event the organiser has to cancel.
You can book here or through Paypal at www.andreachadwick.com
Please note you will be required to bring your own board as you are the best judge of what space you have to display it and what materials you would like to use, ie a blank canvas, just a piece of thick paper as large as you have room for, a cork board…whatever you like. The organiser will provide some materials but if you have anything of particular interest to you, like specialist magazines, swatches of fabric or photos that inspire you, please bring them along to help make your board as unique to you and your goals as possible.