January 22, 2016 at 10:22 AM
Creating MAGICAL Happiness
IF YOU COULD WAVE A MAGIC WAND AND MAGICALLY TRANSFORM ONE THING IN YOUR LIFE, WHAT WOULD IT BE?
If you don’t know where you are going, how do you expect to get there? And how will you recognise the steps you have to take to achieve measurable and achievable success. A Dream is only wish and will never come true until you Step into the driver’s seat of your life.
How to do it:
Rule no. 1 - Ho no limitations in your mind focus on brining toward you everything that you can visualise. There is now proof if you can visualise it - you can achieve it. You will be empowered during the ‘Creating Magical Happiness’ weekend workshop all limiting beliefs and all negative emotions that are currently sabotaging your efforts in achieving magical happiness will be removed.
Remember! You get what you focus on: Ensure you are focusing on what you truly wish to bring toward you in 2016.
Creating a vision board is probably one of the most valuable visualisation tools available to you. This powerful tool serves as your image of the future - a tangible representation of where you are going. It represents your dreams, your goals, and your ideal life. For example, your dream holiday to that incredible destination, career, home, partner, wedding to name only a few.
Visualisation is one of the most powerful mind exercises you can do.
Put yourself in the picture:
Add pics of you and your loved ones, or proposed partner in the happiest times of your life. Your vision board should focus on how you want to feel, the higher and happier the emotion the more it will come to life, as it uplifts your spirit and personal vibration every time you look at it. You will get excited, and this excitement is likened to ‘The Secret’, it creates a vibration that brings toward you what you focus on.
Here's an example. I have a beautiful Spiritual Art and Healing Center on my vision board (pictured above), I have always visualised french doors with small glass windows framed in white, overlooking a paved courtyard off my lounge room; overlooking my pool. I now live in this place in Elderslie and love the power and the energy this amazing place bring to both my clients and to myself. I want my clients to feel those same happy vibes when they come to my healing center, so on the board it went.
I added few trinkets, like a Buddha, an angel and a Ganesh, that I picked up on my travels. When I'm in my home office, I want to feel the same way I felt when travelling to destinations, also on my visualisation board.
A few quotes and reminders round out my board and I truly feel giddy every time I look at it.
There is only one major rule to creating a vision board that works, and it's that there aren't any rules. You aren't going to mess it up; you can create your vision board on your own terms. Here are the answers to the most common questions people ask:
The purpose of your vision board is to bring everything on it to life. First, think about what your goals are in the following areas: relationships, career and finances, home, travel, personal growth (including spirituality, social life, education) and health.
You don't have to cover each area exactly the same, just take a mental inventory of what you want each of those areas to look like and write them down.
Always handwrite your goals instead of typing them, there's something energetic about actually handwriting your goals. From your goals and aspirations, think about what you want on your vision board. Like I said before, what you focus on expands. You'll be amazed at how things just start popping up all over the place once you set the intention for what you want and how you want to feel.
My Vision Board is an old timber Cello back, I found in the woodwork room where I used to teach Design and Technology. I use blue tack, sticky tape, string, wire, Christmas trinkets from a special bon bon at Christmas just passed to remind me how important celebrations, loved ones and family are.
I sometimes update it without a special date. I often leave blank space on my vision board so I can accept new things as they appear in my life, and add and rearrange during the year when I feel it. You'll just know. Then, every December, I give the board a total refresh to get clear about what I want in the New Year. Some things stay and some have served their purpose and don't make the cut.
What you'll need:
The biggest, juiciest goal you can imagine.
A Happy and Positive Attitude.
Coloured cardboard or backing board. You may start with a cork board or poster board from the hardware store; I recommend a pin board or something pretty you like to look at.
If you want, fun markers, stickers, or anything else you can think of to deck out your board. I don't use that stuff, but if embellishments make you feel great, then go for it.
Magazines that you can cut images and quotes from.
Most importantly, the stuff you want to look at every day. Photos, quotes, sayings, images of places you want to go, reminders of events, places, or people, postcards from friends and just about anything that will inspire you.
The Destination or the Goal will always stay the same if you are determined to see it through to your achievement list at the end of this year. However: the Path may vary as obstacles or new opportunities come onto your path to challenge your determination and test ‘How important is it to you?’
Stay true to your innermost voice and hear the words of your own soul speaking to you. When we lose our way, we lose our connection to our God; we heal or re-pair this connection again through the repeated use of prayer or meditation.