Using vision boards to shed pounds

One tool that’s helped me with the weight shedding journey and other parts of my life is the vision board.

A vision board is a visual representation of your dreams and goals. Making one can help you get clear on what you want. Add to it as your dreams shift. I put my dreams on one side and other people’s dreams on the other.

Here’s how to make your own vision board:

SUPPLIES: poster board, markers, scissors, magazines, glue stick

  1. Get a hard piece of poster board. I like white because I can draw on it.
  2. Grab a bunch of magazines.
  3. Sit quietly where you won’t be interrupted. Think about what you really want. Meditate on it. Pray. Do what you do. Get clear.
  4. Find a picture to represent your dream in a magazine. If you can’t find a picture you like, draw one on your board.
  5. Put the date you want the dream to occur by. Be very specific. Put the feelings you will have when it happens.
  6. Repeat. Add to your board as you wish. I make and remake. Like a manuscript.
  7. On the top of the board, write this: 1) This, or something better. 2) This will come with ease. 3) When it comes, I will be happy and thankful.
  8. Put the board somewhere you will see it each day. I drag it around the house with me, just like my lab drags her “bunny” with her.
  9. Be thankful each day that these dreams have already been fulfilled. Spend quiet time in that thanks, knowing God and the Universe support you.

And, when you’re done, celebrate by scratching your dog’s belly. Pure joy in those baby browns.

About @jamieweil

I'm on an adventure to bring happiness, relaxation, and some shine to a stressed out world. You might call it a Divine mission. Covid Season 2020 has taught me some important lessons about myself and about you, but most importantly about US. I have written about those in a book called Shine: When Chasing Sacred Spaces Goes Dark, my 6th book which came out December 2020 and hit #1 Bestseller in 7 categories thanks to my readers. I teach an online class to empower empaths through writing and am holding my first writing retreat for empaths under the Full Flower Moon and Lunar Eclipse May 5-7, 2023 in mystical Mt. Shasta, California. We have sold our house, not bought another, and have set out on a synchronistic adventure with Kai, our 103 pound lab, at the center. We call it The Kainnection Adventure. Dogs are the equalizers of all. (Home base:
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6 Responses to Using vision boards to shed pounds

  1. I have a vision board. I made it a couple of years ago. I’m still waiting for some of it to come true.


    • jamieweilhealthcoach says:

      I change mine up pretty regularly (every 4 months.) My goals change. I use multiple tools, of which a vision board is one, but I always write this: This, or something better. The Universe gets to choose. God knows best. Tools are only as good as their users. I have to remind myself this: a hammer is nothing to a nail if someone isn’t using it. Thoughts create reality–choose wisely!


  2. Beth Hull says:

    What a great idea! Do you use it for multiple goals, or one board per goal?


    • jamieweilhealthcoach says:

      Why, thank you. Multiple goals per board and I set goals in different categories: overall life purpose, social circle (to connect with like-minded change agents), health, business goals, writing goals (First Break is on there and my writer’s cabin), 3 year goals, 5 year goals, how I want my kids’ lives, my personal values (to live at love or above and not in the lower energy frequencies). When other people share their life goals with me, I put those on back. Very powerful.


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