Maria Cristina Saez

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The Sanskrit term mandala roughly translates to "magic circle" or "sacred circle". They tend to act as activation templates of consciousness. Carl G. Jung studied mandalas from a wide field of world cultures and eras, as well as having advocated for creating our own mandalas as vehicles of soulwork. He noted that when we draw mandalas from the center outward, we tend to process our personal issues or challenges du jour and often gain increased clarity and energy which we can apply to our…

A mandala is a sacred space often a circle which reveals inner truth about people and the world around them. Repetition in colours and shapes of the circles and petals offer balancing visual elements, symbolizing unity and harmony.

Piastrelle di ceramica decorate a mano #Italy http://ceramicamia.blogspot.it/2011/11/piastrelle-di-ceramica-decorate-mano.html#

Piastrelle di ceramica decorate a mano #Italy http://ceramicamia.blogspot.it/2011/11/piastrelle-di-ceramica-decorate-mano.html#

Mandala Art Print  Beauty Fractal Mandala  6x6 by kellydietrich, $25.00

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Tie-dyed mandala, almost looks like a watercolor painting. Fiber reactive dye on rayon fabric.