Clip, clip. Recycle. Life Mapping!
GRASONVILLE, MD – Sunday Morning – While the other Creativity Sisters are busy tending to their magnificent physical and spiritual gardens today, I have been busy this morning cutting up catalogs and magazines. It’s my recycling project! I will be teaching an Inspired at Home class in Life Mapping in April, so before the catalogs go into the recycling bin, I am cutting out words and pictures that my students will use in creating their Life Maps.
For those who may not have heard of Life Mapping, it is a process of helping you to set your intentions. It can be about setting the intent to live your life in happiness, financial abundance, perfect relationships, business building — or whatever positive changes that you want to bring about in your life. It always helps when you can visualize and bring feelings to the emotions behind what you are trying to positively create. So, Life Maps are usually filled with images, words and whatever it is that helps you to focus your positive intent.
One of my favorite play tasks each week is to go through Candace’s catalogs and cut out words and images in preparation for class. One of my favorite catalogs to shop and clip is Gaiam (www.gaiam.com). They have FABULOUS eco products, empowering words and great imagery which I can’t wait to see incorporated into Life Maps.
Candace and I have used Life Mapping as we launched the vision for Inspired at Home. We each have a bulletin board in our offices that first started with an Intention Statement and we keep adding empowering photos and imagery to help us expand our positive focus on building Inspired at Home into the grandest business that we can envision. I also have a bulletin board where I collect my intention statements.
The Creativity Sisters subscribe to the daily “A Note from the Universe” www.tut.com – if you are not familiar with this site – be sure to check it out! My board is filled with the daily Notes. >>Tiffany