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Symbols for Vision Boards

Once I have the pictures and text blocks pasted to my vision board I also add and empower symbols to help the process along.  Because I’ve been doing this for years I leave spots for some of the larger symbols, but others, like the runes, I just add in where ever there is room.

Elder Futhark Runes are a system of 24 unique symbols used in both divination and magick. Multiple runes can be combined together for specific purposes. These are called Bind Runes.  In addition to using bind runes on my vision board I have also burned them in to small wooden discs to be used as charms.

Ogham– Is the celtic tree alphabet. Each tree has a specific meaning that, like the runes, can be used for both divination and magick.

Reiki Symbols– I am a Reiki practioner so I tend to use Reiki symbols,  (especially the power symbol) when doing magick. Technically you aren’t supposed to share the symbols, but I don’t really give a shit. Knowledge should be shared not hoarded.

Janarric Sea Runes-  I first found these in Mermaid Magic: Connecting With the Energy of the Ocean and the Healing Power of Water.  These are used by Italian Sea Witches. I am found of these runes, but I like anything oceany.

And here is a Pinterest Board with a large variety of symbols. It is best if you use symbols that you work with regularly and have meaning to you, however it never hurts to look around, because you may discover a symbol or system of symbols that speaks to you.


Check out the other posts in this series:

5 Great Places to Keep Your Vision Board

5 Great Places to Find Vision Board Images

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