Unlike the birth plan, which is a unique tool to work through the many birth options and express your preferences for your birth party, the birth vision board invites you to think about your birthdays through pictures. Psychology Today the woodcut vision states that it “helps us to see ourselves and to reflect on what is important to us.” The vision board is not a crystal ball, but by creating an image of what you want, you can develop your hopes and positive thoughts for your upcoming birth. The report goes on to say, “emotional well-being often creates opportunities and increases the likelihood of success.”
If you are ready to start designing your own birthday vision board, use the following preliminary questions to help inspire you.
Birth Vision Board Guidelines
- Imagine for a second you were transposed into the karmic driven world of Earl. Let your mind be at ease with this – it should not be the place where you are prepared to be born.
- Just think how you would feel.
- What words make you calm, motivated, confident?
- What fragrance are you comfortable with?
- Who are the most supportive of you, even though they may not be present at your birth?
- What colors are you attracted to, you find strength and comfort?
- Imagine for a second you were transposed into the karmic driven world of Earl.
- In what ways do you like to be cared for?
- What does love look like?
- What does self-esteem look like?
- What words or assurances motivate you and help you?
- What types of colors do you like to touch?
- What does happiness look like?
- What are some of the animals or natural phenomena that fascinate you?