Art therapist Mindy Edelman: Cut out for vision boards

Minday Edelman says to dream big and think limitless.

December 1, 2016 15:22
Vision boards

Vision boards are designed to align with one’s life purpose. (photo credit: ORIT ARFA)


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Three years ago, art therapist Mindy Edelman of Hashmonaim, near Modi’in, made her first-ever vision board. A vision board is a popular, self-help tool by which people create a collage or an amalgam of images of what they want to manifest in their lives.

Edelman wasn’t sure why, for her first board, she intuitively chose pictures of little girls. She is a mother of two sons and a daughter ranging from ages 21 to 28, so she wasn’t necessarily envisioning having another girl. Looking back, she realizes she wanted to get in touch with her “inner child.”


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