Vision Board Examples for Creating Love
Vision boards for love are quite powerful if you know how to create them. But, vision board examples are hard to come by when you face the daunting task of envisioning the particular love future that is just right for you. It all starts with you making a love intention or goal. This is the first benchmark goal in the Love in 90 Days approach. What is your intention about creating love in your life? Think about this carefully.
I don’t want you to write down what you usually spit out when friends ask you what you want in a relationship. I want you to create your real intention, as if there were no limits. State it in one sentence, in the present tense.
Here are some Love Intention examples:
- I give myself a fulfilling relationship with a loving life partner.
- My loving partner and I share a passionate life together including art, children, and service to the world.
- I meet and marry an awesome loving man who is just right for me in every way.
Once you have an intention that meets the calling of your heart, put it into as many modalities as possible to help it manifest even faster in your life! For example, make music playlists that help you feel the happy, joyful, in-love feelings you want to feel. Or as another example, make videos to suggest your desired love future. Finally, make a vision board of your love intention in pictures that really inspire you.
Vision Board Examples: How One Woman Describes her Journey to Love
I’m excited to tell you about one of our coaching clients, the awesome, Dr. Vivian Wagner. She is a Psychology Today blogger who used a vision board to find her forever love. Here’s how she describes her journey to finding the One:
“Over the course of several months, I met with my love mentor by phone, and she guided me through a variety of journaling, creativity, self-care, and imaginative exercises. One of these was to put together a vision board representing the life that I wanted to create for myself, the life that I hoped to live.
It seemed kind of silly, like something one might do in kindergarten, but I did it—going through stacks of magazines and finding pictures that captured some element or experience that I wanted to see in my life. There were a few pictures of couples kissing or romancing, since I did want that, but there were also many others—kayaking, camping, a star chart, a Buddha, healthy food, Suze Orman, a picnic, a cabin, containers full of…