2nd Annual New Year’s Day Vision Board Brunch



2nd Annual New Year’s Day

Vision Board Brunch

change your thoughts, change your life

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What: 2nd Annual New Year’s Day Vision Board Brunch

Cost: $30 for Individual Ticket | $55 for Double Dose

Who: Men, Women, Students & Teens**

When: New Year’s Day | Saturday, Jan 1, 2011

Time: 11:00am until 3:00pm

WhereJustin’s Restaurant

2200 Peachtree Rd NW | Atlanta, GA 30309 | Free Parking

Special Guest: TBA

Twitter Hashtag: #VBB

Purchase Tix Now: http://visionboardbrunch.eventbrite.com

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The Small Print with Really Important Details:

**What to bring: Tons of magazines to share, pictures of loved ones, anything special to you like scriptures, keepsakes, etc. All other materials will be provided

**Brunch Includes: Grits, eggs, French toast, bacon, non-pork sausage, potatoes, fruit, pastries, coffee & orange juice – subject to change (Nina’s infamous Banana Pudding will be available to go for $5)

**The event is open to all, however, if you have children younger than 13, please email us at VBBrsvp@gmail.com

**Tickets may be purchased at the door on the day of the event (cash only & subject to higher cost), however, seating is on first come, first serve basis unless purchased in advanced online. Tickets purchased in advance will have reserved seating for arrivals before 12pm

**We not only want your Vision Board Brunch experience to be enjoyable and pleasant, we want it to be UNFORGETTABLY DEFINING!  You will be surrounded by positive individuals with open minds & hearts, so while we would love for you to bring your friends & family, it’s not required! If you are attending solo, don’t be surprised if you meet new, like-minded friends :)

We Love Questions | Contact Us:

@VisionBoardCrew | Email: VBBrsvp@gmail.com | Hashtag: #VBB

@NinaBrown | Online: iamNinaBrown | Facebook: Nina Brown

@WildAfrikan | Facebook: Planet Plutopia | Listen 2p-6p: BeehiveFM

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What’s a Vision Board:

A vision board is a simple yet powerful visualization tool that activates the universal law of attraction to begin manifesting your dreams into reality. The concept of the vision board (also known as a goal board, goal map, or treasure map) has been around for generations, but it’s gained a renewed interest and popularity after success expert John Assaraf related his story of using vision boards to achieve his dreams in the best-selling DVD documentary The Secret.

The Purpose of a Vision Board:

A vision board is simply a visual representation or collage of the things that you want to have, be, or do in your life. It consists things that you want in your life or the things that you want to become. The purpose of a vision board is to activate the law of attraction to begin to pull things from your external environment that will enable you to realize your dream. By selecting pictures and writing that charges your emotions with feelings of passion, you will begin to manifest those things into your life.

General Elements of a Vision Board:

Visual. Your subconscious mind works in pictures and images, so make your vision board as visual as possible with as many pictures as you can. You can supplement your pictures with words and phrases to increase the emotional response you get from it.

Start jotting down your ideas now — even if you’re not sure you want to include it on your Vision Board. You will have plenty of time to narrow down and prioritize what is most important to you.  You should consider: Family, Health, Spirituality, Career, Relationships, School, Community, Tangible Items (car, home, etc)

Emotional. Each picture on your vision board should evoke a positive emotional response from you. The mere sight of your vision board should make you happy and fuel your passion to achieve it every time you look at it.

Strategically-placed. Your vision board should be strategically placed in a location that gives you maximum exposure to it. You need to constantly bath your subconscious mind with its energy in order to manifest your desires quicker than you hope.

Personal. Negative feelings, self-doubt, and criticism can damage the delicate energy that your vision board emits. If you fear criticism or justification of your vision board from others, then place it in a private location so it can only be seen by yourself.

Remember:

The only things you must bring are magazines to share and a great attitude.  Everything else will be provided.  See “small print” for other ideas/suggestions.

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