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5 Strategies To Make A Vision Board That Will Transform Your Life

What if I told you that you could change the course of your life by rewiring your mind? And that you could do so through just a collage (just like the ones we used to make at school)!

Well, that's what a vision board is.

It really is like having a genie in a bottle. You can make wishes, put them on a vision board and voila! They take shape in physical reality. Though, I really wish it was as simple as that.

The truth, however, is that a lot of people make vision boards, a lot of them try their luck at this incredible manifestation method, but only a handful succeed in actually getting what they want.

If you are in search of a way to manifest all your dreams and goals, then look no further than a vision board. But you have to make a vision board that works, and I will guide you through those strategies that will help you come up with a masterpiece of your own.



A vision board is really a representation of the future you have in mind. It’s your chance to give your deepest desires a tangible, material form.

So, if it doesn’t excite you, then what’s the point?

I have seen many people making a vision board just for the heck of it or as a “ritual” they like partaking in every new year.

If you are doing the same, you, too, are missing the point.

Your vision board is not some job you have to mark as checked on your list of manifestation TDOs. It rather is a visual depiction of how your life would look in a matter of months or a few years. So, always choose goals that light up your soul. Don’t settle for half-hearted pursuits. They are a waste of your time and energy.

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Your self-concept is the set of ideas or beliefs you have about yourself. It’s how you perceive yourself, your abilities and your life.

“One's self concept determines how he or she seizes opportunities in life as they are presented to him or her.”
— Dr. Lucas D. Shallua

A Lot of people have a weak self-concept. In simpler words — they don’t feel like they deserve good things in life. There is an inherent feeling of unworthiness and not-being-good-enough which consumes their subconscious.

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Vision boards are amazing. They work. But they are not going to solve your self-worth problem. You first have to improve your self-concept, make it stronger, and think of yourself as worthy of your desires and then using a vision board will be like a cherry on the top.

Fixing your self-concept (especially if it's really compromised) is a game of patience and persistence. But I can assure you, the rewards are always worth the effort.


Vision boards are just a visual depiction of your goals and things that matter to you. So, they can be made physically or digitally as long as they are a “true picture” of the life you want.

But there is a mysterious charm and science to setting up the good old physical vision board.

If you have been making your vision boards digitally and didn’t see much success, then I would suggest you must try a physical one.

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Today, there are so many vision board kits available in the market, and our company (Vision Cloud) has two of them that will make your experience  (of setting the board and manifesting the desires) exciting yet easy at the same time.

Both are ready-to-use vision board kits. The first one (our hot-selling product) is for busy folks who want to get done with the process a lot faster. The second one is the vision board magazine kit. Go for this one if you want to go full-throttle of your creativity.


Words are incredible. They hold power to influence your subconscious mind. This is why the use of affirmations or mantras is such an integral part of manifesting. 

So, an amazing strategy to make your vision board customized and super personalized is to add positive affirmations.

Here are the benefits of using positive affirmations in your vision board:

  •  Adding words along the images will help your vision board convey the complete story that you want it to tell your subconscious mind.
  • Every time you look at the vision board, the positive words will automatically get repeated by your mind, and that will help your brain build neural pathways related to those statements.
  • Sometimes an image alone will not suffice in adding depth to your goal; in such a situation, positive affirmations will rescue you.

From neuroplasticity to evoking positive emotions, positive affirmations have so many benefits. That’s why Vision Cloud’s vision board kit comes with a set of 60 affirmation cards.

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All you have to do is to pick your favorite affirmations that align with your life purpose; paste them on the vision board, and you are good to go.

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Vision boards help with manifesting by training your brain to focus on certain things/ goals. When your brain recognizes those objects as important to your life journey, it starts introducing you to the right information that might lead you to your goals.

This means that you have to look at your vision board again and again, to familiarize your brain with your goals. Only then will it be able to show you the right opportunities to seize and the right people to meet.

This is why it's more convenient to have a physical vision board than a digital one. You can put it up on your physical vision board on a wall where you can see it every now and then.

I cannot stress enough how important this little trick is. When you put it on a wall where you can see it often, you would consciously or unconsciously look at it at least 100 times a day. That means 100 or more repetitions a day. That’s a good number to let your mind immerse in the feeling of your future.


But getting rid of old beliefs and installing new ones takes time. So, use your vision board with some strategy and a lot of patience, and you will definitely see the results you had hoped for. 

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