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How to Create a Digital Vision Board Online for Today’s Modern Age

Have you heard of vision boards? 

Essentially, it’s a core technique used by many Law of Attraction practitioners to manifest anything they want. 

A visual board can serve you in various ways.

Apart from providing a rich visual representation of the things and experiences you want to manifest, it can also help you clarify your goals and keep you focused.

The good news is physical vision boards are not the only ones guaranteed to give you the results you are looking for.

Nowadays, it is possible to use a digital vision board if that is more to your liking.

But how should you approach creating and using a digital vision board?

This article will walk you through all you need to do.

Vision Boards in a Nutshell

The concept behind vision boards is simple. 

Basically, it is a collection of words and images that depict what you would like to attract and manifest.

As far as what you put on your vision board, your only limit is your imagination.

You can cut out images from magazines, you can draw them yourself, or you can create abstract representations of what you want.

The idea is to give yourself a clear focal point and solidify your vision.

Using Your Dream Board or Vision Board

There are various ways you can use your vision board or dream board.

With experimentation and time, you will be able to figure out what works for you best.

However, it would be wise to place your vision where you can easily see it each and every day.

For instance, you can put your vision board near your bedroom mirror so it’s the first thing you see in the morning.

Putting it above the desk where you work is another great idea.

Your vision board can also act as your source of inspiration and motivation especially when you are struggling with self-doubt or feeling exceptionally low.

Creating the Modern Vision Board

Now that you have a clear concept of what a vision board or dream board is, let’s look at ways you can transition from the old-fashioned vision board to the modern digital version.

One quick way to create a digital vision board would be to do what you would typically do on a physical vision board—create a document with images and texts combined together like a collage.

However, it’s just one of the many ways you can approach the task.

Below are three other ways you can create a digital board. 

Each method will allow you to use your creativity and maximize your exposure to texts and images that represent all the things you want to manifest and attract.

Mobile Vision Board App

With the cult-like following of the Law of Attraction, it’s no surprise there are now many vision board apps you can use.

This one is very straightforward and won’t require any graphic design experience.

One vision board app you can try is the Dream Vision Board.

It’s an app that has templates as well as affirmation ideas.

It also allows you to play with font size and image placement.

Famous author and Law of Attraction practitioner Jack Canfield also offers Jack Canfield Vision Board.

The app places a strong emphasis on the link between affirmations and vision boards.

Thirdly, there’s Dream Cloud. 

It serves the same purpose but focuses more on business concepts.

It’s the perfect tool if you want to start a new business or manifest a new career.

There’s also Corkulous, an app that focuses on using magazine cutouts and virtual pins.

It can also help you brainstorm creative projects and create a to-do list.

There’s also Hay House Vision Board.

The app includes multimedia and allows users to record videos and add music.

It also gives you the option to do voice recordings.

Over to You

In today’s modern world where we do most of our work online and spend many hours using devices, it would be wise to have a digital representation of your dreams. However, at the end of the day, how you make your digital work won’t matter. What matters is it gives you access to positivity and joy and gives you a crystal clear image of the future you desire.

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