Create a Vision Board, create change

Are you one of the few who are ready and willing to create real change?

Do you believe life is meant for living on your own terms, yet struggle with knowing how to do that?

If there was a way to deliberately create an even better life, would you want to know how?

Are you one of the few who are ready and willing to create real change?

Do you believe life is meant for living on your own terms, yet struggle with knowing how to do that?

If there was a way to deliberately create an even better life, would you want to know how?

Sue Dyson is facilitating on-going Vision Board Workshops in Campbell River. A vision board, also called a creative collage, vision map, or treasure map, is a fun, creative and transformational tool to help bring your dreams into reality.

In these small-group workshops, participants will enjoy a guided meditation to help anchor their vision of what they choose to experience.

Using images and words to represent a desired outcome, participants will create and take home a completed vision board, along with a toolkit of techniques to empower their vision.

This simple tool has been around for generations but has enjoyed renewed interest since multi-millionaire John Assaraf’s appearance in ‘The Secret’ DVD. In the movie, he demonstrates how his vision board worked for him long after he created it.

His images depicted an expansive house, loving relationships, and various business goals that he desired to create.

Then he got busy living life and forgot about the vision board.

It wasn’t until he was moving into a new home and finally unpacking some long-forgotten items that he ran across his vision board.

The house on the vision board, the story goes, was the exact home he was now moving into and his other goals had also come into manifestation.

A vision board is for much more than just obtaining the material objects of life that we believe will make us more comfortable.

It’s a powerful visualization tool that can help you bring about real change in any area of your life.

This workshop is open to everyone for an investment of $10. Poster board and other supplies are included. Artistic talent is NOT necessary!

Please call to register your intention as there are workshop details to share prior to the date.

Additional workshops will be forthcoming.

The first takes place Sat., July 30 at #20-964 Shoppers Row. For more information contact Dyson, 250-830-4749.

 

About Sue Dyson

 

Dyson is a Campbell River-based mother and writer on a mission.

Through various workshops and articles of a transformational nature, she aims to do her part to help humanity expand in consciousness and make the world a better place.

She writes a blog on prosperity consciousness at www.WomanAndMoney.com

 

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