Mandala represents a circle, in Hinduism and Buddhism. A mandala is a geometric pattern or design representing the deities or cosmos in heavenly worlds. It is to find peace in the design and the universe symmetry.
The specialty about Mandala art is that it is a symbol in its ideal form. It represents the universe creation signifying the universe transformation of suffering into joy. It is used for meditation, helping to envision the mediator about achieving perfect self.
The sacred circle in the mandala represent strength, wholeness or unity of the community. It denotes the cyclical time progression. You get to pull from the experience that is a practice of observing and drawing mandalas that is the natural meditation.
The perfect tool to draw the colourful mandalas are the Pitt Artist Pens. The nibs of the brush are ideal to draw wide strokes and it has a superfine nib creating thin, crisp lines for the outlining of designs. The tracing includes stencil arts and detailed accents.
Mandalas represent a circle in a contained and safe space. It helps both adults and children. It helps people from anxiety disorders and stress posttraumatic disorder. Within the circle creating artwork helps a person silence the inner critic and induces a meditative, calm state.
Mandalas are useful for prayer, meditation, art therapy, and healing. Even clinical studies show that Mandalas reduce stress and pain, boosts immune system, promotes sleep, lowers blood pressure and eases depression.