A few months ago, my friend and I decided to spend an evening together creating a vision board - well in my case, a vision journal. A vision board is a tool to help clarify and focus on life goals, and is based on the concept that if you see these visual reminders of what you want to achieve out of life, they will manifest. They keep you focused on your goals both on a conscious and subconscious level.
I wanted to share two pages with you. The first, pictured above, is the inside cover of my vision journal. I decided to make a journal so I can bring this with me and continue to add pages to it as my life evolves and new priorities emerge. I started the journal with these two pages because everything in the pages that follow is the absolute truth staring back at me.
This page illustrates my vision for better health. I have been looking at this page a lot lately, because strangely enough, after my visit to D.C., my blood sugars have been all over the map. I’ve been in a rut and it has gotten me down. I realized something though - there’s a word missing from this page:
If the images in my journal are what I want to manifest into reality or goals that I hope to see and achieve in my lifetime, then I need to add images of a carefree life without the need for an insulin pump, syringes or test strips. I need to add images of bare bellies without insertion sets, scars, or hard fatty tissue from spots that have become resistant to insulin. I need to envision a life after a cure for diabetes.