MONDAY MANDALA INFORMATION – FLOW, RHYTHM, PATTERNS, DOODLING
(it is really Wednesday, I tried for Monday, oh well)
MANDALA INSPIRATIONS & MEDITATION

MANDALA PROMPT – FLOW, RHYTHM, PATTERNS, DOODLING
Making mandalas is a meditative experience. It allows us to easily get in the flow, that space where time seems timeless and the experience is being one with the creative experience. Sometimes creating  repetitious patterns in a doodle like way lets us get easily into the flow.

MANDALA MEDITATION – FLOW

Mandala Meditation Week Twelve

MANDALA INSPIRATIONS & SHARING
The above mandala and the beautiful ones after mine below were created by Tina Sparks. The black and white demo mandala below was created by me.  Making these kind of mandalas is building upon simple designs and being in a doodle like meditative state.  Below are my examples of how I started and made a simple black and white mandala by building upon each mark.  The patterns are repetitive and create a rhythm.  The best part is that if something looks like a “mistake” or messy,  just create a pattern from these marks. I didn’t like the “messy” circle I first drew with my pen onto 4 inch square watercolor paper. I created a border with small circles that covers up the original border. In fact I like it better than a neatly created circle, for this mandala anyway.  More doddle patterns could easily be added to this mandala.  Coloring it would be fun.

 

 

 

 

The black and white mandalas below were created by Tina Sparks.  I love her detailed patterns.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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