Mandala in Sanskirit refers to a ‘cirlce’ in a spiritual context. Circle is the symbol of wholeness, unity and eternity. There are infinite patterns and purposes for Mandalas. In Hinduism and Bhuddhism, a Mandala is an art that aligns both mind and soul towards a spiritual journey of self-discovery. Visually, it’s a geometric scheme of the cosmic energy in the universe. Spiritually, its a guide for unlocking your psyche through meditation and art. Yes, Mandala art isn’t possible without meditation for a minimum of 3 days.
You start with meditation and connecting to your inner self at a deeper level. Your journey both mentally and spiritually in creating a Mandala is equally important as the final outcome. It’s a life-changing experience! Its an artistic endeavor as well as an act of worship.
Ideally, it takes several years of preparation and practice to become a skillful Mandala artist. Take your first step towards unlocking your potential and purpose in life. Self-discovery isn’t a destination but a journey.
Carl Jung remarks that Mandalas are ‘vessels’ that projects our own psyche. They helps us to restore our true power which we often refer to as potential. Your innate skills and abilities aren’t a coincidence but a gift of the universe. Unless you unlock your potential, you cannot understand your true power.
We guide you to practice Mindfulness through Manadala art workshops. Our focus is to help you build mental and emotional resilience. Life has both opportunities and challenges. Will you choose to equip yourself with the right tools to succeed in your life? You can manage stress better, even effortlessly by practising powerful Mindfulness techniques such as creating Mandala art.