Visualization is one of the most powerful mind exercises you can do. A vision board is a powerful tool that helps you narrow down your desires through the power of choice. The tool helps you invest the time and energy to visualize your future and consistently reminds you of your life goals. Your vision board should focus on how you want to feel.

Olympic athletes have been using visualisation for decades to improve performance, and Psychology Today reported that the brain patterns activated when a weightlifter lifts heavy weights are also similarly activated when the lifter just imagined (visualized) lifting weights.

When: Saturday, February 1st.
Time: 10:30 am to 1pm
Where: Heart Quarters, Heart It Out. 
Fee: Free (contributions are welcome!)

Please bring the following materials. Try as much as possible to not buy anything, reuse and recycle instead. Basic stationery will be provided!

Research: You are a topic worthy of researching! And deepening understanding of. Bring things that represent you, people you look up to, dreams that you want to manifest this year, quotes that move you and countries that excite you.

Outrageousness: As mindsets go, this is the one to bring to Visioning day! While packing and bringing yourself, just for today, imagine you are Elon Musk or Béyonce. Not Raju from next door. 

Canvas: Can range from a corkboard to a book to toilet paper roll. Get creative if you like. Or a roll of chart paper works. Some options are: bulletin, wireframe, canvas, tiny book, wooden frame, cloth, mud pot, wall.

Images: If you are an artist, you can draw. Bring old photos, coffee table books, newspapers and magazines for inspiration. 

Writing: Fancy pens, paints, colours and anything else you enjoy writing with!

Textures: what textures do you enjoy touching? Bring an old tshirt you want to preserve or tassels or handkerchiefs. 

Fasteners: Bring glue, twine, needle and thread, staplers, tape. Stuff that begins things together. And food! Food brings people together. 

Have nothing specific in mind and still want to come? RSVP anyway!