MindMovies Are The New Vision Boards

I just came across a new product that has the potential to significantly amplify our Deliberate Creation work and activate the Law of Attraction. I’m always exploring new techniques and tools to help my clients and friends (and myself) become more effective Deliberate Creators. MindMovies looks to be just such a tool. Normally I would wait and tell you about it after I’ve used it, but this looks so good I want you to have the opportunity to jump in and get started now. I’m going to be making my MindMovie this weekend! Here’s a short clip from the intro site. (Personally, I’m not a big fan of the hard rock tunes they used on their videos, but I’ll get to use whatever music I want when I make my own).

I think the power of this tool is two-fold. First, the creation of the movie provides an amazing opportunity to get clear about what you want. Clarity leads to power and attraction! And second, there is a lot of power in the combination of images, words/phrases and music that you have chosen. I don’t know about you, but music has a huge impact on me. And by creating and watching movies that incorporate inspiring music that I have chosen, I know I will be ready to kick it up a notch! And if any of you Law of Attraction bloggers out there are reading this and think this tool could help your readers – I certainly do! – consider signing up for the affiliate program. It’s a great way to increase abundance in your life while helping your readers to do the same in theirs!

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      3 Responses to “MindMovies Are The New Vision Boards”

      1. Mark on June 12th, 2007 2:45 pm

        Very cool! I will be checking out this link! Thanks for sharing.

      2. Joel Gruber on June 13th, 2007 7:29 pm

        The mindmovies site is done by a student of Malcolm Cohan who calls them Video Vision Statements.

        I have a site at http://www.squidoo.com/videovisionstatements which provides a lot of free information on how to create them.

      3. Edward Mills on June 14th, 2007 9:08 am

        Hi Joel: Thanks for the great resource!

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