In Part 1 of What’s the Difference between a Spiritual Vision Board and a regular Vision Board? We were informed of the 4 simply steps for creating your own spiritual vision board. In Part 2 I’ll provide more insight into 3 of these 4 steps based on understanding the #Power of Prayer!
Ask. Prayer is how we ask God to co-create with us. Praying allows us the space and stillness to listen to our hearts desires, bringing us only what is right and good for us. As we meditate on God’s goodness, we learn His will for our lives, and His will becomes our desires.
Believe. Once you gather your pictures, images, and affirmations, you have a belief that God has put into motion everything you need to bring your desires to fruition because each image, affirmation, and mantra on your Spiritual Vision board represents a feeling, energy and emotion that connects you to your prayer.
Inspired thought or spiritual enlightenment makes your Spiritual Vision Board more powerful because it connects your spiritual wisdom and guidance with your life goals. While a regular vision board, may be based on goals influenced by the outside world such as parents, society, media, etc. We learn how to treasure and value what lies beyond the temporary. “But first seek His kingdom and His Righteousness.” Matthew 6:33
In contrast to a regular Vision Board, where you may not wholeheartedly believe that your goals will manifest, you begin to feel stressed, anxious and wonder why you dream life is not manifesting. The images, pictures or affirmations collected on a regular Vision Board may not conjure up the belief and grateful feelings you need to manifest your goals.
Receive. Be prepared to receive and take inspired action (RUN) on the opportunities God sends you. Without action, nothing is accomplished. Be at peace knowing that all is coming to you and all you have to deal with is right in front of you.
A regular Vision Board may not have a good clear foundation for your vision, so you may get side-tracked and miss opportunities that may come your way or get overwhelmed.
“Delight yourself in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart.” Psalm 37:4
Now that you have a better understanding of the difference between a Spiritual Vision Board and a regular Vision Board, what method will you use to create your own vision? Instead of developing another list of New Year resolutions for 2016, consider a spiritual Vision board, and then expectedly wait for your dreams to come true.
Learn more about the Spiritual Vision Board Process in my upcoming book Visual Prayer: How to Create a Spiritual Vision Board, slated for pre-sale this Holidays season!