“Having a vision creates a path for the future,” writes Oprah in our new planner, “The Life You Want.” “It focuses you and allows you to have more clarity to move forward. And, as Paulo Coelho says in the alchemist, “When you want something, the whole universe conspires to help you achieve it.”
Ask yourself: When I see my life in a year, what do I want it to look like? Then turn that dream into a motivational reminder. “A vision board is a powerful way to reinforce your intentions,” says Gabrielle Bernstein. The speaker and bestselling author guided Gayle and Adam through the process of creating a vision board that can help you achieve your goals. “What we focus on, we create more of. Therefore, the more you visualize and connect to the feelings behind your desires, the more you will attract into your life.
If you are starting a new vision board, prepare these supplies
- pen and paper
- Vision board canvas (bulletin board, blank board in a journal, cork board)
- Magazine clippings
- Photos printed from the Internet
- Family pictures
- The scissors
- Glue or tape
- Additional art supplies (glitter, scrapbook paper, washi tape, etc.)
- Your Oprah “Life You Want” Planner (Don’t have one yet? Download a free sample below.)
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Get to know Gabby Bernstein
For more than 15 years, Gabrielle Bernstein has been transforming lives, including her own. What started as hosting intimate conversations with 20 people in her New York City apartment turned into Gabby speaking to tens of thousands of people to sold-out venues around the world. 1 New York Times bestselling author has written eight books, including The universe supports you, super attractor, and the last, Happy Days: The Guided Path from Trauma to Deep Freedom and Inner Peace.
Gabby has been featured on Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday as the “next generation thought leader” and The New York Times identified her as “a new model”. She co-hosted the Guinness World Records Largest Guided Meditation with Deepak Chopra, and regularly appears as an expert on Today and hello america.