The world has grown into a mess. Everyone is earning but no single being is at inner peace, either from inside nor from outside. We all are wearing a mask that displays fake happiness, with a smile but we aren’t happy.
If we were, we would have no stress and none couldn’t be found in mental asylums. So, it is true that we are lying to ourselves. But how long can we do so, we put hard labor to earn those luxuries which are a waste and doing nothing about acquiring what we really need.
To attain a peaceful mind it is important to use some techniques to practice. Just to try, you can consider the ancient and popular mandala therapy used mostly by the monks.
A Mandala is a geometric figure representing the universe in Hindu and Buddhist symbolism.The word “mandala” is derived from the classical Indian language of Sanskrit referring to a spiritual and ritual symbol. In common use, “mandala” has become a generic term for any diagram which represents the cosmos metaphysically or symbolically; a microcosm of the universe.
According to Psychoanalysis theory, a mandala is a symbol if in a dream, representing the dreamer’s search for completeness and self-unity, a painting used by those who are visually inclined to meditate.
Mandala art as therapy & healing has been used for ages.Mandalas represent life as we know it, but they also represent a larger ecosystem and universe that exceeds our consciousness.If one chooses to use these mandala paintings for the purpose of meditation, he/she would find an inner comfort.In today’s fast moving and fearful world, meditation will give you a refreshing and rejuvenating experience.Tibetan Buddhist Monks and Native American Indians all use mandalas as a way of evoking spiritual energy, meditation and healing.
When one person touches others with peace and hope, the benefits expand exponentially. Higher conscientiousness can save our world. So, if you are convinced enough, check if you can find a local mandala artist nearby. If you do, get one now.