Want Your Vision Board to Work?? Here’s The Secret to Manifesting

Sarah Centrella

Author | Life Coach | Motivational Speaker and single mama. I'm a chick on a mission to prove anything is possible for ANYONE. My story featured in the New York Times, Steve Harvey Show and NBC.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I had always wanted to move to the beach. Around 2004, I put up pics of beach scenery in my home and would focus on it each day. My life was pretty dreary back then and I was in a slump. I still looked at my beach pics because they made me happy. Finally in 2007, 4 years later, all the doors of my current life closed and what opened were doors in a city that was built on a beach. I forgot about looking at my pics and was so focused on getting a new job and moving that I forgot I even had beach pics.
    Well, not only did I move to the beach, I actually have the exact same rocks and sea grass that were in my pics, rt in front of me. All of this happened before I consciously knew what a vision board was. Now that I know, my board contains beach pics again, because I don’t want to lose what I have, but Ive added a pic of a Sailor greeting his wife as he returns from deployment. They are embracing and he has roses in his hand. I keep looking at this because one day I want to be loved and embraced like that. Thanks for the vision board motivation! Rhonda

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hello, great blog!!! I was wondering if having vision board on pinterest and looking at it everyday is working? or I really have to have one on the wall in my room? Thank you 😀

    • I firmly believe you need to have a physical board on your wall.. the most manifesting I’ve done has been off of those physical boards, though I have manifested from my Pinterest board too. I think you need to physically put it up where you will see it every single day

    • Anonymous says:

      I have had a vision board on my computer I made from Power Point and then from Movie Maker App, but I would find myself just not pulling it up on my computer for one reason or another. I decided that making an actual board cutting out all the pictures I had in my vision board on Power Point and actually gluing them to a poster board and placing the Vision Board in my bathroom, I would most definitely see it everyday more than once. I look at it and say yes, yes, yes that is mine and some day it will be.

  3. I realized I have something on my vision board that I don’t want. Do I have to redo the whole thing?

  4. Anonymous says:

    If I create my vision board on pininterest, and then somehow make it as my phone lock screen background, will it work if I make the effort to look at it and visualise everyday?

    • I’m still a really big believer in the traditional board, because the act of putting it together and putting it in a location that other people can see it really has power in my book. But anything is better than nothing and i do think that every little bit helps 🙂

  5. DP Gates says:

    Good stuff 🙂 My 8 year old son just set his 2014 goals, put it into a vision board blog video. Pretty cool. Check it out- http://bit.ly/19DmO0F

  6. D DeVille says:

    I have some doubts about the vision board and I would really appreciate if you gave me a help. You say I should put my vision board in a place where I can see it every day, but it seems to me that so many people who get what they once have put on their board, they achieve it when they forget about it, just like you with the California Adventure thing. Is this the “Let Go” thing? If so, it just doesn’t make sense to me because if I look at the board every day I’m not letting it go. I don’t know if I put the question well explained (not a English speaker), but I’d like you to make it clear to me. Thanks advance.

    • Sarah Centrella says:

      great question! I know what you mean there are a lot of ideas out there that are confusing. I think it’s really important to have it in a place where you can see it because 1. that is “action” on your part and you facing a little fear to do that. 2. it helps make your vision for your future solid, and helps your imagination run with it, keeping that future life goal alive and well in your daily life. To me the “letting go” part means you have to release the desire for you to force it or “make it happen” exactly how you see it on your board. Thats why i say focus on the experience you want to attract because it will come to you in the form of opportunity and you will need to be ready and aware to catch it. You let go of the “control” we all want to have, we dont like having goals that we cant see a direct path to achieve, this leaves room for the unknown and thats hard, thats where trust and faith take over for you. I hope that helps 🙂

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  8. MM says:

    I have created a few vision boards/books/notes. I look at it first thing in the morning and before i got to bed in the evening.

    Just a questions do I have to lock them away or keep looking @ it.

    Thank you

    • Keep them where you can see them!! That is their power, to just become part of your life and over time being around it all day everday it starts to seem more and more possible… keep working and it will manifest I promise! #HustleBelieveReceive

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