Tiffanie Flora February 19, 2021 mandala coloring
Prepare color pencils and let your child have the outlined picture. Simply ask him/her to draw a stroke using the right color at the area as he/she saw on the image.
The mandalas represent a unique interconnection of the inner awareness to the whole universe thus allowing the person to search for answers within oneself by focusing on his sub consciousness, allowing the creative mind to take over while consciousness breaks free from the process. Mandala tapestries, the unique wall hangings of these mandala designs thus help the individual in liberating himself from the outside world of chaos and focus on the inner energy present within himself. These mandala tapestries are designed to be visually appealing to the busy mind and hence individuals use as wall hangings for assisting in focusing their inner mind from the buzzing outside world. It is easy to get lost in the unique designs and colors of the mandala tapestries allowing the viewer to swim in their own intuitive world of sub consciousness creating a feeling of calmness and composure in the psyche.
The word mandala is of Hindu origin also used in Buddhist practice. In Tibetan Buddhism it has developed into sand mandala pattern. Mandala generally speaking is a term for any geometric symbol that represents the cosmic energy metaphysically or symbolically. Mandala is Sanskrit for circle, polygon, community, connection. Various forms of Mandala design is also used as an aid to meditation and trance induction.
Practice is important for success. The ability to see the ”after image” gets better as your child practices more.
If you are anything like me, I started downloading free examples offered by artists located Online. Selecting landscaping, animals, people, and objects allowed me to experiment and gain a better understanding of colors.
3. Now, get your child to close his/her eyes and ask if they are able to see the colored image with their eyes closed.