Using Your Vision Board to Focus the Law of Attraction On Your Goals

Vision is the most primal, and dominant of the human senses. It even shows up in mythology and spiritualism; you never hear of a mystic trying to open his inner ear, but tales of opening your inner eye to receive enlightenment abound. As such, vision plays a great role not only in how we perceive the world, but how we shape it.

Think for a moment about making first impressions, or when you’re first exposed to someone, or something new. You gather more information than you can consciously process, and put that person, or that new concept into your mental framework of how the world works. This works on a deeply subconscious level; this is why when you see something out of the corner of your eye in the dark, you’re likely to jump – that’s your subconscious saying “That shadow might have a predator, be prepared to threaten it or run away.” The basic fight or flight instinct, as it were.

However, how you see the world determines how you shape it to your will, as well. The Law of Attraction says the things you focus on are the things that you bring into your life, the things you pull to your circumstances via the Law of Attraction. And because the eyes are the centerpiece of how you focus on the world, they remain one of the fundamental ways to make the Law of Attraction work for you, and the way to use your eyes is to make a vision board.

A vision board is a collage, or, in some ways, a treasure map, of your goals and aspirations. Focusing on releasing your tension, and thinking about your goals in the present tense, go through and sort out pictures of goals you want to achieve, keywords of things you believe in and images that bring you peace, calmness and a sense of accomplishment. Try not to consciously pick. Just close your eyes, exhale, letting the tension out, and pick the first one that leaps into vision when you open them again. Use this to sift through a catalog of images of importance to you, then build a collage, from the center out – start with a central goal, and work your way out in a spiral pattern with things that will help you achieve that central goal. This process helps you break your goal down into substeps; as you select each substep, visualize what it will feel like to achieve that goal. Imagine yourself achieving it, and focus on that sensation, as you glue the piece into place.

This is a more graphical-spatial way of breaking down a project into manageable parts, and is a good visualization and relaxation technique for putting the Law of Attraction into your life and propelling you forward. When the vision board is complete, focus in on it, on the center of it, and do that same “look through the corner of your eye” trick on it to see the steps you need for success in a new perspective!

Small Corner Bathtubs Can Just Be the Answer

Most people love taking a bath, but some think that option is out of reach because of the size of their bathrooms. They opt for just a shower thinking they could never fit a traditional size bathtub into their tiny bathroom. But this is far from the truth. Today bathtubs come in many varieties from size to color to shape, including small corner bathtubs. Nowadays anyone can find a bathtub that will fit their bathroom, no matter what size their bathroom is. Small corner bathtubs fit perfectly into the corner of a bathroom and takes up little space, but still provides enough room for a full size adult to bathe comfortably.

Corner tubs set on pedestals allow for more depth and require less length. The long end of the tub that is not in the corner can be long enough to accommodate anyone’s needs. With a deeper tub, a person can fully submerge their body up to their neck, covering their shoulders. This allows for a much more relaxing bath.

Some small corner bathtubs can be equipped with water jets to sooth the bather. A small corner bathtub offers great variety to the small bathroom with little or no space. A shower head is an option to combine both the bath and shower in one place. This is a great use of space and allows for smooth flow in the bathroom. While bath space is coveted, no one wants to have a bathroom that is so cramped that you cannot even move in there.

Baths have been part of our history since the 1800’s but were mainly just for washing ourselves. Since there were no showers available in homes, the only way to stay clean was by taking a bath. The bath was not to relax, but rather a necessary chore. No one bathed every day, but rather once a week if that. There even laws in place to regulate bathing. Since then baths have become one of the most relaxing features in our bathrooms. Back in the day a bathtub might be placed in a small corner. Bathtubs nowadays are the centerpiece of the room.

Small corner bathtubs add style and pizazz to any bathroom, no matter what size. A far cry from the original clawfoot bathtub, the corner bathtub is contemporary and modern. It is slick and will be the centerpiece of your bathroom, from which the remaining design should follow. Chunky and block accessories should be considered as well as relaxing items such as candles, music, fluffy towels and soothing scents. Since the tub is situated in the corner there is more room in the bathroom to possibly set up a vanity for putting on make up or getting dressed.

The bathroom should be your escape from the day where you can wash away and relax away the stresses of your day. Everything in the bathroom should visually take you away to a stress free place. Whatever speaks to you in terms of the ultimate in relaxation should be used. From colors to pictures to scents. If you love the ocean, decorate in blues and beiges or if you love the serenity of Italy, dark colors and roses are a great choice. Small corner bathtubs can turn a ho hum bathroom into a modern masterpiece.

Legal Assistant’s Corner: We Do Know What We Know

One of the readers of my previous article commented: “While I don’t know everything, I do know what I know.” Despite my admission that legal assistants don’t know everything related to law, there are circumstances in which we do know everything.

Legal assistants are the detailers of the legal profession. We make the attorney’s vision of their solution to a client’s problem come to fruition. We get ‘er done.

Many attorneys only understand their part in the process, e.g., doling out legal advice to the client, representing the client in court, and wording documentation to best represent the client, etc.; however, they don’t always understand the details of the process such as proper formatting/dissemination of documentation, which documentation would be most efficient to serve the client’s needs, and so on.

On the flip side of this equation is the client’s misunderstanding of a legal assistant’s role in their case. Clients often only consider us obstacles by questioning us, our knowledge, and our methods – they will sometimes even flat out argue with us. We take into consideration that you’re passionate about your case and want it done how you want it done; however, what you may view as a simple straight line from A to B actually requires detours through A(1), A(2), A(3), and so on.

You have entrusted the attorney you hired to represent you to the best of their ability. The attorney has entrusted the legal assistant(s) they hired to help them accomplish their end goals. Legal assistants are constantly honing their red tape cutting skills to a fine edge and, while individual methods may vary from office to office, we all know what we are doing… at least most of the time.

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The Uses of a Corner Computer Office Desk

Computers have become a necessary object in today’s office setting. Any office you visit, whether it is your doctor’s office or your accountant’s office, there is a computer being used to accomplish almost any task imaginable. Still, whatever office your computer may sit in, what better place to make a home for your computer or laptop than to have it placed on top of a corner computer desk?

These types of office desks make a great use of space. A corner that is usually empty and taken for granted in your office can all of a sudden become vital and necessary by the placement of an office desk that can provide a whole workspace at your fingertips. Maximizing the usage of all the spaces in your offices is one of the positive uses of such an office desk. These desks can create a functional and practical workspace for a busy office, or a comfortable information station for your home office. There are plenty of shapes and styles to suit any computer user who needs a desk in which to accomplish tasks. The corner computer office desk makes for a cozy and efficient work space.

A corner computer office desk can come in various styles to suit any type of office space. One never need to settle for a standard corner computer office desk when so many styles are available. For example, an L-shaped computer desk compliments the corners of a room perfectly, while a U-shaped desk can accommodate more than a usual amount of workload. You can decorate your office desk with a hutch to house books and mementos, or leave your desk without a hutch to create space for hanging a wall painting.

Whether the desk that stores your computer or laptop is located in a corner office in a law firm or a home office in the nook of a single family home, you can find these desks in metal, silver, cherry, oak, wood, modern, or contemporary. All in all, these computer desks have a style for everybody and can accommodate any type of computer user and office worker. They are practical, attractive and provide a great home for any computer or laptop in offices everywhere.