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What we continually think about eventually will manifest in our lives.




Our subconscious minds have no sense of humor, play no jokes and cannot tell the difference between reality and an imagined thought or image. What we continually think about eventually will manifest in our lives.
The subconscious mind has the remarkable ability to respond to visual stimuli, making vision boards a wonderful way to stimulate positive thoughts, but don’t stop at your vision board. Take a look around you to see what you are feeding your mind everyday. Are your walls filled with peaceful and positive images? Does your home reflect your new desire to attract abundance and joy? 
If the answer is no, focus on making changes in your living area to support your new beliefs today. If you haven’t already, make a vision board and display it in a prominent area of your home.

Adorn your walls with uplifting images and verses that promote positive joyful feelings. Although you can spend a small fortune in purchasing artwork to serve this purpose, if you aren’t in a position to invest a large sum of money, do not despair. Visit the dollar store or your local craft store and look for items that express positive thoughts. I personally prefer primitive crafts with hand written verses tucked into small corners as they add a touch of whimsy while providing uplifting messages.

Watch for the feeling of your home to change as your mind sets to work to bring the images you feed it to life.

Today, I am grateful for the coming of spring, for arrival of summer birds and clear blue skies that echo my joy. I am grateful for the gift of another day to spread joy to the world. I am grateful for opportunity to feel the wind on my face, take long walks in nature and for raindrops that signal spring. I am grateful for family and friends who are ever positive and look forward to the future with joy and anticipation.

And, I am grateful for you, dear reader as you stop to share my day. May your day be filled with the realization of dreams, the freedom of knowing you are in control of your own destiny and the courage to hold fast to your dreams.

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