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Mandalas represent a sacred geometry that emits and attracts positive energy. Sanskrit for
“circle”, a mandala represents wholeness and the Divine, our relation to eternity, and unity
between the world within our body and mind and the world outside.
Buddhists :- Used in many spiritual traditions all around the world, the mandala emphasizes
the interconnectedness of all life. The circular Aztec calendar is in the shape of a mandala.
Tibetan Buddhists have long practiced the art of creating intricate mandalas out of colored
sand, chanting and meditating as they work and upon completion, and then allowing the
mandala to blow away in the wind, as a symbol of impermanence.
Zodiac circle :- The zodiac circle in astrology is also a mandala, mapping universal and planetary
energies and the way they relate to one another.
Even the Taoist yin yang symbol is a mandala, with the outer circle representing the divine
universe, the white side Yin or the primordial feminine, and the black side Yang as the
primordial masculine energy. The Ying and Yang co-exist together, dancing their cosmic dance,
continuously transforming one into the other.
In every tradition, mandalas represent connection, between the viewer and the object,
between all things. Energetically, the often concentric design of mandalas tends to visually
attract consciousness and awareness to the center point, allowing focus to draw inward. This
makes it very useful as a meditation tool, whether your conscious focus is on
interconnectedness or not!
To use a mandala for meditation, clear away a quiet place where you can sit with your mandala
clearly visible in front of you. Decide what your intention for this meditation is. Perhaps you
want to foster feelings of peace, love, connection, joy, or relaxation. As you set your intention,
you may want to choose a word that represents that feeling to you. It could be “love”, “ocean”,
or any other word that helps you feel peaceful and present. “Ohm” is said to be the sound of
the universe, and it always a great mantra.
Let your gaze be gentle and soft, allowing yourself to blink normally. Try to just look, not
thinking, planning, or daydreaming. Allow yourself to just be where you are. If you find your
mind drifting, acknowledge it and gently return your awareness to the present.
You can use your mantra to help yourself return to the moment, connect with your breath, and
also imbue your mandala with that energetic quality. Breathe in through your nose, and as you
exhale, say the mantra in your head or out loud. If your mantra is a longer word, you may want
to say it (either internally or externally) with both parts of the breath. Use your intuition to
guide you in breathing with your mantra; there is no wrong way to do it!
As the mandala is a visual representation of the interconnectedness of all things, anything and
everything is accessible to you as you meditate on it as a point of focus or energetic power. The
more you practice meditating with your mandala Wall Tapestry, the easier it will become to
connect with the positive energy of the universe, at once wholly present in your body and
intertwined in the cosmic unity of all things.
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