SoulCollage(R) vs Vision Boards and PINK
I created my first Vision Board last night! It was very much fun, and gave me opportunity to focus on areas of my life where I wanted to make positive change.
We were instructed to focus in on basic areas of our life, for example, Health/Wellness, Spirituality, Work/Business, and then to narrow it down to two.
Then we were to think about what we truly wanted for the New Year in these areas, and then write down a few goals.
Right now, I have joined a group of other women interested in better health and weight loss. We are invested in this together for the New Year, and also, we are there to empower each other. So, I really want to succeed, not only for myself, but for all of us as a whole. Looking through magazine pages, I searched for the words that connected with these feelings and thoughts. So many beautiful and interesting pictures and articles, I was happy to have a focus to help my distractions!
I am also half way through Yoga Teacher Training. At age 59, I am very excited for this opportunity that I am giving my inner self and my body. Yoga is becoming more and more in and on my mind. Adding Yoga, health and wellness to my Vision Board was foremost on my mind.
At the end, we each presented our boards, and showed how we were able to manifest our goals, turning these huge blanks papers into beautiful works of art.
After I presented, I was asked: "How does Vision Board compare to SoulCollage(R)?"
I explained that Vision Boards were about goals and the future, and that SoulCollage(R) was about your inner self, connecting with others, the world, the universe.
Then I was asked, "PINK?" "Can I make a card about PINK?" - I happened to know that she LOVED the color PINK, and I had to smile.
So, this is my explanation:
With SoulCollage(R), you create cards using your intuition. You connect with your inner self in ways that you don't even realize sometimes, until you are looking at a card that you just created. You can also create cards that honor people, places, or things in your life. So, if you are inspired by Thich Nhat Hanh, Eleanor Roosevelt,
the Grand Canyon, your beautiful Golden Retriever, or that stunning color of PINK, then YES. You can lovingly, passionately, creatively create a card that is all about honoring the color of PINK.
A SoulCollage card, honoring myself and the things in life that I love. Nature, Beaches, Happiness, Eating outside, and BELIEVING!
Debbie Jaine lives in Woodbury, Ct. Helping women to see their wonderfully kind and powerful selves is what she loves to do best in her business and also in her personal life.