Gather magazines and catalogues. Step Two:
Go through the magazines and catalogues and pull out images, words and phrases that speak to you or evoke feelings. Step Three:
Cut out these images and words. Step Four:
Place your words and images on a large board in an way that feels right to you. Step Five:
Paste the images on the board. Step Six:
Review your Life Map and ask yourself the following questions:
- What have I learned about myself from looking at my Life Map?
- Do I see any patterns?
- Does anything on my Life Map surprise me?
- If I knew that all of the images and this Life Map would come in to my life, would I be OK with that?
- Who do I need to become in order to fulfill the intentions on my Life Map?
- Based on my Life Map, what quality will I commit to developing this year?
Find support for changing your life. Share your findings with a friend. You can even create Life Maps together.
Life coach Cheryl Richardson helped four women through the Life Map-making process. Each made surprising discoveries about themselves.