Examples of mandalas abound in nature. Every cell in our body, for instance, is a living mandala. So is the iris of our eye, a snow crystal, a bird's nest, a bicycle wheel, and Planet Earth herself.
Mandalas have been known to all cultures throughout history. Individual designs vary greatly but they always have the following characteristics: a center, cardinal points that can be contained in a circle, and usually some form of symmetry. They can be very simple or extremely complex as in ancient Tibetan religious designs, Navajo sand paintings, and huge stained glass windows in medieval cathedrals.
The 66 mandalas in Vol.
2 and Vol.
3 (22 designs/book) were drawn by Monique Mandali, who is also a
transpersonal psychotherapist in private practice. In the preface of her
third coloring book, Monique writes about her personal journey with mandalas,
Tibetan monks, and her breast cancer diagnosis on the winter solstice of
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other mandala coloring books for ages 4-104. Many feature incredible designs from
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