Mandala in daily life

The word Mandala originated from the Sanskrit language meaning circle or center. The circular patterns of Mandalas symbolize that life is never-ending and the square patterns remind us to channel our energies in the right direction.

Mandalas bring about a feeling of relaxation and benefit in many ways

  1. Bring peace and tranquillity to the mind
    Nowadays in our busy lives, we are performing multiple tasks at a time and our mental health is often ignored. Mandala drawing helps enhance concentration and coloring them is a great stress reliever.
  2. Let your creativity flow
    The geometric patterns of a Mandala push aside our constant trail of thoughts and let our creativity flow. Mandala designs are so creative that it increases the probability to rediscover creative ideas and implement them in our daily lives.
  3. Boost your immune and get good sleep
    The relaxation of the mind and a better flow of creativity enhances positivity and a regular engagement with Mandalas can boost your immune system, reduce pain and help you get a good sleep.
  4. Helps in Epilepsy
    Mandala drawings are also ideal for patients having epilepsy. Coloring mandalas can help control the jerky hand movements caused by epileptic attacks.
  5. Maintaining blood pressure levels
    The circular pattern in Mandala coloring help maintains normal blood pressure levels. Regular engagement can help patients with both low and high blood pressure, normalize and be less dependent on lifelong medicines.
  6. A great therapeutic tool
    Mandalas have also been recognized as a great therapeutic tool. People are now using Mandalas in occupational therapy because cognitive stimulation helps people do their daily activities. People also use them in educational settings to help students with concentration, discipline, and attention.
  7. Gain a better perspective
    Mandalas are also a kind of meditation technique that helps you focus your attention for a longer period. The shapes and patterns of Mandala designs depict harmony in diversity, providing a better perspective to look at real-life situations and create a balance.

A Mandala is the psychological expression of the totality of the self.

Mandalas have huge creative potential tied with health benefits for the mind and body. Everyone should give it a try!

Further do read about how Breathing controls and commands the diverse processes of our mind and body.

Roopashree Sharma

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