The magic of Visualization

The magic of Visualization

3 months ago

There are so many reasons to get into vision boarding, many more than I imagined, until I had my own vision boarding experience at one of my recent workshop events.

I usually have an idea (or many), and get online Pinterest where I will create my concept board (keeping them secret). I search specific images I imagine that fit, I drift surf too….hours later, I have my vision board for a concept. This is ideal for presenations.

However, it doesnt always reflect reality. That’s ok too, so what is so different from online vision boarding to “cut out and glue” vision boarding?

The answer is easy, same as is writing with letters with a pen directly linked to your brain, connecting, enhancing, memorising, where as typing is clearly linked to ‘typing’, fine, memorising where the letters are on your touch pad. Doing things with your hands leaves more memory in your brain than it does with online activities.

(girls at work – “it’s so mess” came up in it’s element, I recommend you this read)

One of the reasons I started hosting events is to create a space where people can gather without ego and COLLECT MEMORIES.

This is exactly what we did at this vision boarding workshop, led by my friend Carmela Fleury. We sat around the table with new faces, and got flicking through the magazines, cutting, tearing, selecting, glueing whilst we got to meet and exchange experiences. So simple can life be. What came out of the session were a bunch of framed collages that resembled our who we are.

“The law of attraction is forming your entire life experience and it is doing that through your thoughts. When you are visualizing, you are emitting a powerful frequency out into the Universe.”

Whilst I kept my focus on the future, the New Year, dreams, wishes for my kids, things I’d like to do with my partner and things I love such as nature and pasta (no joke), mine looked like this. What everything means, I’ll keep to myself.

What happened during the experience can be described as having been ‘present perfect’. A creative device free moment, a meditative state of mind mixed with a good splash of lady fun.

Whether you believe that or not, we know that visualization works. Memories to be cherished, and vision boards to hang on our walls to remind us, that wishes can come true, even if they make our heart jump, just for that moment.

Visualization is one of the most powerful mind exercises you can do. 

Carmela interviewed me before our event, read the interview here, comment bellow.


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Abigail Terrien

Abigail Terrien, Swiss English born, she calls the world her home. Her experience in fashion and lifestyle inspire her media and event production. With a natural passion for wellbeing, Abi loves to promote the people, products and places that inspire to her friends and community.

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