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Tapping Into Your Creativity Through Life Treasure Mapping

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Life treasure mapping is a fun, active step for connecting with 
your creativity. Your Life Treasure Map is symbolic of what you 
desire and wish to manifest or create.

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Tapping Into Your Creativity Through Life Treasure Mapping
Copyright © 2006 W. Jane Robinson
The Divine Declaration

Life treasure mapping is a fun, active step for connecting with 
your creativity. Your Life Treasure Map is symbolic of what you 
desire and wish to manifest or create. Treasure mapping works 
well for tapping into your creativity because it concretely 
establishes a visual platform of your life's desires. There it is 
in black and white and in color, a hard copy of your dreams. The 
pages stir excitement in your soul by representing your dreams in 
full living color.  It is the process of surveying, blueprinting, 
and building your dream in a symbolic, artistic manner.

Remember cut & paste in art class? Similar to art class in 
elementary school, life treasure mapping is fun, except it will 
have a powerful impact on your path of creating your life dreams 
and visions. This process involves your focus on several levels. 
Find photos, words, and symbols that represent what you would 
like to create in your life and paste them thematically in a 
scrap book of your choice. You may want a title on your book or 
cover it with material and make it a real treasure. A poster will 
also work well because you can display it and see it every day. 
You may choose to design both a scrap book and a poster.

My Life Treasure Map is divided into theme pages: an opening 
section, life purpose, divine right relationship and family, and 
home environments that I would like for my life. I have found 
words, phrases, and photos exemplifying what I desire. I found 
many representations of my life desires in magazines and books.

The left page of my opening section displays the lone word 
"hope." I discovered this word in a magazine resembling a child's 
handwriting. The right-hand page features a phrase cut out from 
another magazine - it reads, "Well within your reach."

The next section is dedicated to my life purpose. It is filled 
with inspirational quotes and photos: Create the life you've 
always wanted, A stunning novel of spiritual awakening by the 
best-selling author, INSTANT MEMORY, You are greater than you 
think!, The Blessings of Abundance, Woman Deserves The Best!, 
Healing from Within, Reaching for the Skies, and a photo of a 
beautiful floral and lace dress. I even found my last name 
printed in a magazine and pasted it several times on the pages.

The next three pages represent my divine-right relationship and 
family life. Examples from this section include: When my youngest 
foster daughter announced her long-awaited wedding plans (Wow, 
how specific!); a photo of a puppy eating ice cream from a silver 
spoon with the caption, Careful, or next he'll expect to be 
carried on walks (again, I felt quite a connection to this 
photo); a sticker that states, Something wonderful is about to 
happen; photos of pearls and quotes of love. The next three pages 
are filled with photos of and quotes about my dream home and 
property. They include interior and exterior home photos. I 
dream of living in the countryside, so there are pictures of 
breathtaking landscapes of pastures, flowers, rolling hills, 
gardens and a woman picking flowers in a meadow. Some of the 
notable quotes read: A Place to Call Home, Quality Worth Coming 
Home To, Tending to Your Dreams, A Countryside of Dreams, and 
Being Put Out to Pasture Isn't So Bad, As Long As You Own The 
Pasture. The next page reflects my interest in sailing and the 
ocean, with photos of boats and a few quotes. One in particular 
that stirs my soul is, "Down harbour, round the point, was the 
open sea. Here was the freedom I desire, long sought-for, not yet 
known. Freedom to write, to walk, to wander, freedom to climb 
hills, to pull a boat, to be alone." (From Enchanted Cornwall by 
Daphne du Maurier)

I enjoyed creating my project, and I hope it will be as 
delightful for you. Below are the materials you will need to 
begin tapping into your creativity and mapping your desires. 
Either purchase a scrap book or make one with a photo album you 
have at home. You also need a glue stick, scissors, some of your 
favorite magazines and newspapers, and photos of yourself, your 
feathered, furry, and non-furry children, and whatever else you 
would like to include in your Life Treasure Map. Locate and clip 
words, phrases, and photos of what you desire for your life 
purpose: home, divine right relationship, family or children — 
feathered, furry, and non-furry. Choose images that depict 
healthy living, vacation, or retirement property and any specific 
item such as a car, house, or other passion. Fashion them on the 
page. Some may overlap others, and photos and words may point in 
different directions. After you have completed some of the pages, 
go back and look at these pages as often as you can. When looking 
at a hard copy of your desires, you will feel a connection to 
your dreams. This feeling, coupled with the thought and 
visualization of already having what you want in your life, 
is helping you create your life dreams. 

W. Jane Robinson is the author of The Divine Declaration – Awaken 
to Your Divine Inner Power, Your Life Depends On It and co-author 
with Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy, Jim Rohn, Denis Waitley and 97 
other experts in the book 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life. 
Having grown up in the state foster care system, she learned 
about self-reliance and personal power at an early age. She holds 
a B.A. in Psychology, and human behavior, motivation and 
spirituality have been the central focus of her education and 
life experience for 20 years.  She has studied both areas 
academically and experientially.  You may contact her at: 
Infinite Endeavors Publishing Company, PO Box 1236, Oxford, GA 
30054, e-mail her at [EMAIL PROTECTED]  or visit her at



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