Mandalas

In the sanskrit a circle – mandala represents space, which in a broad spectrum holds its mutual harmony and dependence. Regardless of most spiritual and religious interpretations, a mandala can also be a functional and attractive design element of any interior with its symmetrical patterns and harmonic colours has the strength to bring positive energy to any space and also fill people in this space.

Thanks to mandalas, people can draw peace and harmony, they can gaze and observe its patters in an unrepeatable colour structure. Others admire patience and precision of its creation. It savours their eyes and they see its presence as beauty.

Perception makes us a unique being, similarly how a body of every human is different, so are two people different with their so called “wave length”. A good example can be music: some enjoy metal, rock or folk, whereas others love classical music or gospel. And it’s the same with colours and the energy surrounding us.

The colour of an ordered art piece can be taken into account by your focus on the vibrations of its colours in the meaning of colourtherapy, numerology or simply you and your favourite colours.

A personal mandala can be a very effective, intimate source of universal energy for both you and your relatives, whether for the pacification of stressful emotional burden, or charging yourself full of positive energy.

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