Our minds respond strongly to visual stimulation. A powerful way to bring your goals to fruition is by using pictures, images and affirmations as a tangible representation of your dreams, goals, and ideal life. Creating a Spiritual Vision Board versus a regular Vision Board is probably one of the most valuable visualization tools available to you.
So what’s the difference between a Spiritual Vision Board versus a regular Vision Board?
Although both types of boards operate on the premise of Ask, Believe, and Receive (Matthew 21:22) however, only the Spiritual Vision Board acknowledge that this is a biblical principle. Additionally, Spiritual Vision Boards incorporates others biblical principles, such as Habakkuk 2:2 and Proverbs 3:6.
Habakkuk 2:2 Tells us to “Write the vision, and make it plain upon tablets, that he may run that readeth it.” While Proverbs 3:6 shares the importance of putting God first in all that we do.
In my latest book Visual Prayer: How to Create a Spiritual Vision Board, readers will be informed on how to easily incorporate these and other biblical principles into their spiritual vision board construction process.
Visual Prayer shares an easy 4 step process to create your own spiritual vision board. These steps include:
- ASK: Assemble your spiritual vision board with intention. To receive the desires of your heart, select specific pictures from various magazines that are clear and plain, develop affirmations and mantras that reflect your vision and positively inspire and empower you.
- BELIEVE: Use Inspired Thought (Spiritual Enlightenment), Visualization, Mindfulness, and Gratitude to activate your Spiritual Vision Board.
- RECEIVE: Take Action (RUN) upon God’s Opportunities.
- REVISE: Pictures, affirmations, and mantras as you receive the desires of your heart.
Interested in learning more about this 4 step process? Part 2 of “What’s the difference between a Spiritual Vision Board and a regular Vision Board is coming soon. You can also look forward my upcoming book Visual Prayer: How to Create a Spiritual Vision Board, slated for release December 2015.