Skyweaving Mandala - Print of Original Watercolour and Line Art - A5

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Mandalas are indicative of sacred space, holding our intentions and focus. They can be used as a meditative tool to help us centre.

>This mandala holds energy to aid us in expanding into our fullness. It holds hope and gentleness, while persistently reminding us to step into our power.

The meaning of the word mandala in Sanskrit is circle. Mandalas are spiritual and ritual symbols found across the world in various spiritual traditions. The circular design of a mandala reminds us of our connection to the divine and all things. The mandala also represents spiritual journey within the individual viewer. Psychologist Carl Jung saw mandalas as representative of the unconscious self.


> This is a PRINT of an original illustration, made with ink and watercolour, unframed.
Photos are of the original. In the print version, the texture of the white paper has been removed to give a clean, crisp image.


> Size:
A5: 14.8 x 21cm (5.8 x 8.3inches)


> Materials:
Printed on white matte 250gsm acid-free card, manufactured with the highest possible environmental accreditations.


> Packaging:
Your artwork comes packaged with corrugated cardboard to ensure it arrives to you flat. Packaging materials are reused and recyclable where possible.


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Colours may vary slightly due to different colour settings and screens.

All files and artworks are for personal use only and cannot be used commercially or be resold/redistributed.
© rekhast / Katherine Hastelow 2020

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