The Vision Board Queen

Once upon a time there was a princess who loved to play.  She enjoyed talking to the plants, birds, trees and angels in the garden.

She would swing for hours on the swing looking for faces in the raindrops.

She could see what people were really thinking behind the mask they wore on their faces.

She traveled to other realms with the blink of an eye, making sure of course not to worry her mother.

Since she was not allowed to use the “workers” paints or tools, she repainted houses and created vehicles in her mind.

She had her own wardrobe entirely sketched by hand that she wore whenever she wanted.

She loved to sing and color.  But most of all she loved reading and telling stories to her beloved subjects, “the dolls.”

And that is how she grew up to become “The Vision Board Queen.”

I wrote this poem in 2010, after giving several talks and workshops about the vision boards I have created and how I use them.  I have been using vision boards since 1991. I find creating vision boards a wonderful way to focus my intentions and manifest change in my life. I like the combination of right brain and left brain activity involved in creating a vision board.

I combine several other tools with vision boards as part of my spiritual practice.  I will be sharing more about creating  vision boards in future posts.

Catherine is an intuitive consultant, energy healer and spiritual coach. She has been a healing arts practitioner since 1982. Catherine has the unique ability to draw from different modalities, combining them with her intuitive gifts to offer practical and clear guidance for her clients. Catherine helps her clients clear their past, center in the present and take the next steps to create their future.

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  1. Catherine-what a cool poem. You have inspired me to not only do my vision board for 2012 but to also come up with my own poem. Thanks.
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    • Catherine Rose Stevens Catherine Rose Stevens says:

      I am glad that you were inspired. I would love to see your poem and vision board when you are done.

  2. Denise says:

    Great article – fabulous insights – loved it.