Golden mantra Mandala With Red and Blue Background

Golden mantra Mandala With Red and Blue Background

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This amazing handmade painting that is painted on cotton canvas is very useful painting for practice meditation and create space for sacred space of loving kindness and compassion.

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This amazing handmade painting that is painted on cotton canvas is very useful painting for practice meditation and create space for sacred space of loving kindness and compassion.

Mandalas and mantras are frequently employed in Eastern religions, such as Hinduism and Buddhism. Mandalas, for example, are “fundamental to the ritual and meditation of Hindu and Buddhist Tantrism.” However, one or the other may also be used by individuals in various magical practices. Mandalas may be used in Jungian psychology and other forms of potentially occult, or fringe psychotherapy.

Mandalas and mantras have almost infinite variations. In referring to some 70 million mantras, Harper’s Dictionary of Hinduism points out that “mantras are of infinite diversity and are thus all things to all men.”In a similar trend, mandalas have an unlimited diversity since their complex symbolic designs are capable of endless variations.

The mantra Om Mane Padme Hu is repeated 108 times. The mantra Om Mani Padme Hum has repeated in the orbits of this Mandala. A mantra is a sound or layers of sound with inherently great power. It is essentially the sound of the god or goddess. Often the sound “Aum” is used in a meditative mantra because it is the harmonic divine sound of god. If you think about it, the “ah” sound is evident in almost all terms for god. Use a mantra when you wish to focus your consciousness off of the external/material/banal world and move it inward into the realm of god. This mandala is a representation of the movements of the planets and the whole cosmos around Mount Meru, the holy mountain considered the center of the axis of both physical and spiritual universe.

 This Mandala features traditional Buddhist symbols representing the different metaphysical state of the mind according to traditional Tibetan Buddhism.

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