Allyson Kenza February 19, 2021 mandala coloring
A Transpersonal Experience
Creating or simply coloring mandalas is a powerful process. Basically a form of active meditation, you suspend your inner dialogue of anxiety and fear while you draw images on a page or color a pre-made design. As with any form of active meditation you will be able to achieve the same calm, anxiety-reducing effects of traditional meditation without the difficulties of sitting still or trying to empty your racing mind with nothing but the sound of your own breathing to hold your attention. By meditating on the act of mandala coloring a person can easily be drawn into the circle to find their focus, and most importantly keep that focus.
Mandala designs are easy to see in flowers. Petals surrounding a central core form the most natural designs. Imagine a sunflower, with its face full of sunflower seeds, surrounded by large, bright yellow petals. It’s a mandala guaranteed to make you smile. And something equally as cheerful – a daisy. Or perhaps a rose or a begonia for a mandala with overlapping petals.
We all love to create. However, for some of us, painting and/or drawing is not our forte. And for those who do enjoy painting and/or drawing, sometimes it’s difficult to find the time to begin a project. Coloring is the perfect creative quick-fix for anyone. It’s a time to experiment with color and to express your moods with color in an effortless, convenient and affordable way.
you may be influenced in your colour choices in colouring mandalas by the ones you find in nature
Everything that you and your kid need in order to make the best works and drawings, this set has it. It has a drawing station, paper, Mandala template, coloring pencils and even a felt tip pen. And to make things better, all of these may be placed in a carrying case – which means you and your kid can draw anywhere and anytime you want.