The Mandala Art

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A NIFT, Delhi graduate and an art enthusiast , I am a painter with an individual style. I have always been an avid follower of art but acknowledged it as my true calling only recently, when I plunged head down into the world of painting....never to emerge. Painting is not a mere vocation for me , it's a passion.From depicting my innermost feelings to creating a colourful world as I see it to recreating pieces that catch my fancy, painting gives me an outlet to express what is beyond words.

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The meaning of mandala

The mandala is a centering space for the self and the soul an art therapy tool for making order out of disorder. Mandala is a Sanskrit word for “magic circle”. Nearly every culture uses mandalas or circular image in their cultural or spiritual practices.
Celebrated Swiss psychologist Carl Jung saw mandalas as representative of the unconscious self.  Jung said the urge for people to make mandalas emerges during moments of intense personal growth.  In his work, he noted how mandala drawings changed over time as healing occurred in his patients.

The Symbolism of Mandalas
A mandala represents the universe that is beyond one’s consciousness. It is a symbol of wholeness. In one way it can be seen as a cosmic diagram that reminds us of our relation to the infinite, the world that exists both beyond and within our body and mind. The ‘’circle with a center’’ represents the basic pattern of creation.

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