Mandala, the basic form in the most complicated and impressive stuctures but also in the most simple ones. Mandala is the visualisation of the Cosmic Law, a Mandala is in a cell, a snow flake, a bicycle wheel, the Earth and so forth … In our times the awareness of the Mandala can stimulate Creative thinking, concentration and center us to the point where it is very quiet …. Free your mind with Mandalas!
Mandala is Sanskrit for whole world or healing circle. The Mandala is a representation of the universe and everything in it; it is the most basic form in nature. Khyil-khor is the Tibetan word for Mandala and means “Center of the Universe in which a fully awakened being abides.” Circles suggest wholeness, unity, the womb, completion and eternity.
Mandalas are used as tools for reconsecrating the earth and its inhabitants, and are formed of a traditional prescribed iconography that includes geometric shapes and a multitude of ancient spiritual symbols. In general, all Mandalas have outer, inner and secret meanings.