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Your Introduction to the Healing Powers of Mandala Coloring Pages

“I awaken to the power of the mandala,
A sacred circle of light and energy,
A pathway to center—to my center and to the universal All,
A channel for healing body, mind, and spirit”

What exactly is a Mandala?

Would you be surprised to learn that mandalas have existed since the beginning of time and that you probably witness and experience their beauty every day? Simply stated, a mandala is a sacred circle.
The word mandala comes from the ancient Sanskrit language and loosely means “circle” or “center.” It’s a simple geometric shape that has no beginning or end. Within its circular shape, the mandala has the power to promote relaxation, balance the body’s energies, enhance your creativity, and support healing. The great news is you can achieve all of these benefits while having fun with your mandala coloring pages.

Where Do Mandalas Come From?

Look around you and notice how abundantly the circular pattern of the mandala appears in your environment. You can see this geometric shape in all aspects of life. The sun in the sky, the nucleus of the cells in your body, and the pristine design of a snowflake all reflect the sacred roundness of the mandala. In fact, according to the ancient science of Sacred Geometry, it is the pattern created by interlocking spheres that forms the matrix of all universal matter.

When you consider the mandala’s ancient roots and its use in indigenous practices around the globe, you begin to understand why it’s such a part of our planetary culture.

To the Tibetan monks, the sand mandala represents multi-dimensional fields of spiritual consciousness and the state of enlightenment. To the Native Americans, the medicine wheel, a form of mandala, symbolizes sacred ceremonial space and the circle of life. In both eastern and western cultures, the mandala has come to symbolize harmony, unity, wholeness, and healing.
In truth, the mandala is all of these representations and even more.

How Do Mandala Coloring Pages Activate the Mandala’s Healing Powers?

Mandalas are used universally to promote healing and other positive states of being. Why? One explanation comes from its very design. The mandala is a circular matrix with a center point—a point from which all things are possible. From this sacred center comes forth infinite possibilities and unlimited potential. When you use your mandala coloring pages, you’re expressing your desires for healing and wellness.

You’re also acknowledging and declaring your own unlimited potential!

You can think of the mandala as being energetically alive, a means of creating a pathway to a desired state of being. What state of being do you desire to create? Maybe you want to experience inner peace or maybe you simply want to use the circular pattern to express your artistry. For whatever purpose you choose to work with the mandala, know that you can achieve it through mandala coloring.
Imagine yourself with your mandala coloring pages in front of you. All you have to do is set your intention and awaken your mandalas by infusing them with color. It’s that simple and that powerful.

Amazing as it sounds, by simply coloring mandalas, you can accomplish the following:

•    Relax & enhance your meditation
•    Balance your body, your mind, and your spirit
•    Make a spiritual connection
•    Expand your creativity
•    Increase your self-awareness
•    Encourage your self-expression
•    Just have fun, alone or with your friends

How Do You Unlock the Healing Power of the Mandala?

One of the easiest and most effective ways to experience the healing power of the mandala is by using mandala coloring pages.  Why are mandala coloring pages such an effective tool for healing? First of all, coloring is fun and relaxing. It’s an enjoyable way to express your creativity. And, it’s an activity you can fully participate in whether you’re 4 or 94 years old.
Do you want more proof on why you too can easily unlock the healing powers within the mandala coloring pages?

•    There is no right or wrong way to color a mandala.
•    You can color just about anywhere.
•    Coloring lifts your spirits and brings out the child in you.
•    You can color at your own pace.
•    You don’t have to follow any rules when you color.
•    Kids and adults alike enjoy coloring.
•    You know you’re creating a unique work of art.
•    You can share the experience by coloring in groups.
•    It’s affordable.
•    It activates the intuitive genius within you.

Are you ready to tap into your healing pathways through mandala coloring pages?

When you use your mandala coloring pages, you’re expressing who you are and where you are on life’s journey. You’re giving intangible thoughts and feelings both form and substance. Best of all, you’re activating the healings powers of the sacred circle. Start experiencing the magical healing powers of mandala coloring now, you can get your free mandala coloring pages right here: www.mandalacoloringmeditation.com.

Just remember that mandala coloring is an easy and effective way to bring about transformational changes in your life!

Warmly,

Steven Vrancken – Artist, Belgium
Helping you explore creative self healing

  • mandala sacred geometry says:

    I like the organized information about Mandala here. I’ve been searching over the net for these. Thanks a lot. I have a question though, what is the difference of Mandala from other healing practices? Is it better than transcendental meditation?

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    Mandala Meditation – A mandala is a plan, chart or geometric pattern which represents the cosmos metaphysically or symbolically, a microcosm of the universe from the human perspective.  They are sacred symbols that are used for meditation, prayer, healing and art therapy for both adults and children.  You can use mandalas in meditation, either by focusing on them, or by a method I can’t wait to try, coloring them.

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    Coloring mandalas can be a meditative experience. The repetitive, soothing practice of creating them (or even just coloring pre-made ones) feels great – and even better – when you’re done you have yourself a work of art!

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  • Shannon says:

    I suffer from bi-polar disorder and anxiety…this has to be one of the best and relaxing therapy I have ever tried! I bought a book on a whim just thinking it would be fun and now I can’t stop coloring them. 🙂

  • Cristina says:

    Commenting again .I burst into tears reading about how you are cmiilang the artist part of yourself. This is what I’m struggling with the most right now, and to have someone express exactly what it feels like is incredibly powerful. This year has been one big artistic coming out party for me, and sometimes I’d rather just NOT be that vulnerable by sharing my art, but .it continues to be worth it, every time.

  • steven says:

    Hi Cristina, thanks for your comment, and thanks for sharing your feelings and thoughts about expressing creativity and art. It is indeed a vulnerable process, and at times it takes courage to share and to express yourself. Whishing you all the best, and a lot of fun with my mandalas to color!

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  • Laurel says:

    I thought that you might be interested in knowing that a good bit of what you’ve written here appears in the following blog post in a diatribe against the anti-Christian evils of mandalas. Something tells me that she didn’t get your permission first…

  • Terrie says:

    Thanks for the free images. I teach 12 adult Special needs ppl. They all have bi-polor or AD
    HD or Autism etc. They are so much better mood after coloring these. Thanks so Much.

  • steven says:

    Do you still want to donate my site? Please reply and I will be happy to assist you!

  • Debs says:

    It wasn’t until recently I came across coloring books for adults. I starting thinking about buying one because I always used to love to color, and my artistic ability when it comes to drawing, and/or painting, is nonexistent. I’m a poet and I love being creative through my writing and doing other sort of ‘artsy’ things, so the idea of being able to color again sounded great. I also need some type of stress relief and keep telling myself I need to learn how to meditate. So, long story short, when I came across a coloring book titled, “The Art of Mandala,” and under the title it says “enjoy the ancient art of meditation through color,” I became totally intrigued! I came home to look up the meaning of this form of meditation and found your explanation. Thanks for the information you’ve provided here. I’m looking forward to giving it a try!

  • steven says:

    Hi Debs! Exciting to hear that you are exploring new creative adventures! Wishing you all the best and a lot of coloring fun!

  • Lisa Martin says:

    I just bought a Mandala coloring book for adults. I just read somewhere that these coloring books for adults are not good for you. Please let me know. I think that they are so beautiful to color.

  • steven says:

    Hi Lisa, thanks for your reaction. Yes, I also have read some (very strange) articles about mandalas, where people tell they are gateways for demonic and satanic energies. In my opinion, these people project their fear of the unknown upon something they do not understand at all. They experience mandalas as a threat to their perspectives & beliefs. And that has only to do with themselves, not with the reality of what a mandala is. The fact is that the term ‘mandala’ is often so misunderstood! Many people think it has to do with some religion or a new-age practice. But as I see it, that is not the case at all. The fact is that the circular structure (which is a mandala) is the main foundation of our universe. Look at our solar system, look at the cells of your body, look at a flower… it’s everywhere! Mandalas are the building blocks of the universe and even our body! Without these omnipresent building blocks, you would not be able to read these words… your eyes are a beautiful mandala example, with your iris as the center. For me, the word ‘mandala’ simply refers to these basic & scientifical facts. How can something, which is to be found in the blueprint of everything in existence, be demonic, let alone, not good for you? If someone does not like mandala coloring, fine, then do something else you do like. Tomatoes are not good for me because I can’t digest them very well. But does this mean that tomatoes are dangerous for everyone else? If you enjoy coloring mandalas, then please keep on enjoying them! And when there comes a moment where you don’t like coloring mandalas anymore, well, move on to your next creative adventure 🙂

  • debs says:

    Hi steven, i’ve been using my mandala coloring book & it is coming in very handy at times! even when i’m not totally focused on what i’m coloring it does help to relieve some of the stress. some of the patterns i find are a bit too intricate, but i think part of that is because i haven’t yet allowed myself to fully let go of the thoughts that keep sneaking into my mind. Anyhow, I’m enjoying this and just wanted you to know.

  • L says:

    First of all, y thank you for sharing.
    I have been practicing diferent kinds of meditacion. And I would be extremely interested in trying this new methodology . It sounds marvellous, moreover it can contribute to expand your creativity, to relax, even to have fun, share your designs with your friends, meet new people from diferent backgrounds.
    Definitely, I am going to try it

  • Anouk says:

    Thanks a lot for sharing this information and the coloring pages. I find it fascinating how drawing mandalas can create so many health benefits.
    Thought you might enjoy this website about drawing mandalas as well:

  • SHIRLEY TATUM says:

    Im very interesting in experiencing the relaxation of this method.

  • Shirley Tatum says:

    Thanks for the history and beautiful coloring of the Art of Mandala. His creation goes back to the ancient time. The spirituality of his creation has helped a lot of adult as well as children. People do have their religion belief freely, expression their own intellectual feeling, of faith. There is rich diversity of religious and spiritual expression that many people in the United States find difference as well of there countries in the world. This mean also they have a different color rainbow vision.

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