Desaree Naomie February 19, 2021 mandala coloring
b. Select the colours that resonate with this pattern today.
Getting Into The Right Groove
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.
Coloring is one of the best forms of meditation
Hence most of the people associate these mandalas to the Buddhism religion while it has manifested its presence in different forms such as the Yin Yang symbol in the Chinese culture and the circular Aztec calendar that resembles the shape of a mandala. The most commonly associated Buddhist religion and the Tibetan monks have been designing these mandalas since a long time ago which requires specialized knowledge and skill to be acquired for its design. Mandalas essentially start from a center or origin in space that extends outwards in concentric circles. They are viewed as a sacred geometry that emits and attracts positive energy.
you may be influenced in your colour choices in colouring mandalas by the ones you find in nature