Welcome to the second part of the Vision Board Gallery. You can view yesterday’s gallery here.
Some of the women at the retreat chose to do Vision Books, not Vision Boards. That way they can continue to add images throughout the year. This is a handy alternative because it’s portable. (I wrote more about Vision Books in this post.)
Here are a few images of the Vision Books.
Some of these photos are from the same books. I think someone came close to filling her entire book!
Here are a few more traditional Vision Boards…
Below is a poster board folded up for better suitcase stowaway. This one touches me deeply because of the huge awakening this person had about her relationship with horses after she did her board.
One of the participants had come to a retreat two years ago. Her house had just burned to the ground, and she was not only dealing with grief, but she was rebuilding her life. She brought her vision board from that retreat just to see whether or not she had shifted in her vision for herself. I’ll let you decide.
Here’s the vision board from two years ago:
This is the vision board she made this year. As she told us about it, she said she could feel the lightness and the difference in her direction and vision for herself.