Before I attended the workshop I had a vague idea of what a vision board was. I was more curious than anything else and thought that it was worth giving it a go. I fancied doing something fun and meeting like-minded people.
The result was astonishing – I felt uplifted, motivated and genuinely inspired, and I decided there and then to get more involved. I also realised that I had already manifested many dreams – if unwittingly – by engaging in similar activities (mainly by writing wish lists) – so I knew this would work.
I liked the way Emma made everyone feel welcome and at ease; she didn’t take herself too seriously either, striking the perfect balance between relaying crucial information and creating a fun and humorous atmosphere. I particularly liked the fact that I was part of a group and sharing the experience; you can make vision boards at home but it is just not the same as taking the time out and focusing on it fully and sharing with others.
The outcome was a surprise. A stark difference between what I set out to do and what my subconscious, my heart was telling me. I had a few insights into what I needed to change in order to be more content. I use the board a s a guideline for daily decisions, big and small, to stay on track.
I already knew what vision boarding was, and how much fun it is to make one. The workshop was great fun, really interesting to find things that jumped out at me from the magazines that I hadn’t considered previously. I liked the connection with other women, the guided meditation, and the quiet almost meditative state that came being in my zone and working on my own goals.
It really helped me focus on my goals. I’d recommend the workshop. Firstly, it’s a few hours to yourself, second, it’s fun (cause who really grows out of cutting and sticking?!), and finally it’s a great exercise in discovering what’s important to YOU not what other think you should do. It’s inspiring to go create the life in pictures that you want, and then go create the life in reality that you want!
I wanted to understand more about what and how to use vision board but I lacked the resources to make one. I’d been looking online for ages for an app or program which helped you to make one with images from the internet. Distance and cost were obstacles that would prevent me from attending.
I liked hanging out with like-minded women, the atmosphere created, chocolate, angel cards and resources. I also liked the time out to dream big and a whole 3 fucking hours to clear my mind and refocus. I see it as very liberating.
It was a really welcoming group of people with a lovely atmosphere and I really enjoyed the process of putting together my board. I liked how relaxing it felt, and the chocolate! I’d recommend it for the chilled out vibe and the process of clarifying what you want. I thought I wanted things I put on my board but it rurns out I’m not that bothered or had resistance to some of them so I’m starting again.
I signed up for a vision board workshop because I knew what it was & wanted tips. In the past I had used a scrapbook but put so many things on it, it was too busy. I also have a huge interest in self development & striving for better things & a happier life.
I signed up as I wanted to change things in my life, most of what was on my vision board has been accomplished. I really wanted a certain house which was perfect for me & my kids so I put the address on my board & only told my children. Tomorrow I’m moving into that house!
I love the meditation at the start & all the tips that were given, also the interest & enthusiasm Emma showed when my vision board came to fruition. I recommend the vision board workshops to my friends, as I think they are wonderful.