A vision seed map is, or can be:
- A very personal piece of art that can guide your future and help you clearly identify what you do next.
- A collage: a collection of meaningful images of your life – things you value and things you wish to attract.
- A ‘seed’ planter of what to grow (things you want to attract, maintain, or improve) in your life.
- The story of your life, your values and priorities.
You can do a vision seed map on any area of your life: It can be an overview of your whole life, or individual area of your life that you are working on, such as your health, relationships, creativity, spirituality, beauty, career, emotions, material goods, hobbies, sports, traveling, and happiness.
The first step is to get a pile of magazines (old or new) for tearing images out of. Tear or cut out anything that catches your eye or seems to call you. You can use pictures, words, and phrases. You can embellish your vision seed map with found objects, or use family photographs (you can copy the photos if you do not want to remove them from an album) but make sure you use a photo of your family taken on a day when everyone is happy and smiling.
Choose images that speak to you. Just let your first impressions rule and allow yourself to play with it, without worrying that you are not ‘doing it right’. When you have gathered all your images together, paste these images on a background sheet. The type of background will depend on how large you want your vision seed map to be. You might use a whole sheet of poster or bristle board or an 8 ½ x 11 sheet of paper.
You can make vision seed map in different sizes, or take it to a copy shop to be reduced to different sizes. It can be framed and hung in your abundance area. You can even shrink it to business card size and carry it in your wallet to remind you of your priorities wherever you are.