WEFOUNDA collection of Mandalas Book 1: A Color Therapy Coloring Book (A collection of Mandals) (Volume 1)


He taps into the blueprints or templates of Creation; melding Sacred Geometry and Fractal Geometry with stunning blends of colour, allowing us to perceive the microcosmic and invisible worlds.

By taking this art from screen to tangible form, we share a deep intention of uplifting vibrations and reminding people of who they really are.

All artworks are available as prints on tapestries/banners, rolled canvas and photographic paper. There are also several products with high-quality prints including healing tools, clothing, unique goodies and cushion/pillow covers.

He taps into the blueprints or templates of Creation; melding Sacred Geometry and Fractal Geometry with stunning blends of colour, allowing us to perceive the microcosmic and invisible worlds.

By taking this art from screen to tangible form, we share a deep intention of uplifting vibrations and reminding people of who they really are.

All artworks are available as prints on tapestries/banners, rolled canvas and photographic paper. There are also several products with high-quality prints including healing tools, clothing, unique goodies and cushion/pillow covers.

A thangka is a silk painting usually depicting a Buddhist deity, scene, or mandala on embroidery. A thangka is not flat like a painting but rather is a multi-tiered creation, typically consisting of three layers. The underlying layer is a tapestry or fabric, which serves as the background for the thangka. Mounted on the fabric is the picture panel, which is painted or embroidered. Then a cover usually made of silk hangs over the front to protect the picture.

Buddhist sacred imagery has traditionally been thought to possess and reflect the power of the Buddha’s enlightenment. Our goal is to provide practitioners everywhere with traditional, authentically produced Thangkas at the most affordable prices available- we carry a range of styles, sizes and materials to suit your needs and budget.

He taps into the blueprints or templates of Creation; melding Sacred Geometry and Fractal Geometry with stunning blends of colour, allowing us to perceive the microcosmic and invisible worlds.

By taking this art from screen to tangible form, we share a deep intention of uplifting vibrations and reminding people of who they really are.

All artworks are available as prints on tapestries/banners, rolled canvas and photographic paper. There are also several products with high-quality prints including healing tools, clothing, unique goodies and cushion/pillow covers.

A thangka is a silk painting usually depicting a Buddhist deity, scene, or mandala on embroidery. A thangka is not flat like a painting but rather is a multi-tiered creation, typically consisting of three layers. The underlying layer is a tapestry or fabric, which serves as the background for the thangka. Mounted on the fabric is the picture panel, which is painted or embroidered. Then a cover usually made of silk hangs over the front to protect the picture.

Buddhist sacred imagery has traditionally been thought to possess and reflect the power of the Buddha’s enlightenment. Our goal is to provide practitioners everywhere with traditional, authentically produced Thangkas at the most affordable prices available- we carry a range of styles, sizes and materials to suit your needs and budget.

Mandala means “sacred circle” in Sanskrit. It is a symbol of wholeness, continuity, connection, unity, harmony and the cycle of life.

Native American Indians and Tibetan Buddhist Monks use mandalas to assist with meditation and healing. Psychologist Carl Jung used mandalas with his clients and even for his own personal growth. His studies revealed their creation allowed a deep healing to take place from within the human psyche.

Here’s a collection of human mandalas, some are part of the Human Mandala Project . Scroll down to see the video of the photo shoot.


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