Mandala is a Sanskrit word that loosely translates to mean “circle” or “center.” We often associate the word mandala with the circular designs that have repeating colors, shapes, and patterns radiating from the center.
Mandalas can be used as an object of meditation to aid in one’s spiritual development, focused on for the realization of the self as one with the divine, or utilized to experience the potential for enlightenment.
Debra Dempsey Solfeggio Dot Mandala Art
As a Vibrational Frequency Intuitive and Artist, I transform super charged healing vibrational frequencies into beautiful dot mandalas that emit the same healing properties as the vibrational frequencies.
At first, I felt like nothing was really happening as I spent time with my Mandala. But as time went on, I began to notice the subtle magic of its spell.
Parkinson’s, Solfeggios, Mandalas, oh my!
When I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s, I never imagined my life heading down the path of creating beautiful Mandala’s while listening to Solfeggio Frequencies.
The word mandalas in the language of Sanskrit is translated to mean “circle”, but a mandala is so much more than just a simple geometric shape. Just as the circle is never ending, the mandala reminds us of our infinite being and our connection to the entire universe.
How to Use Mandalas
Mandalas are geometric circles that are also sacred symbols that are aspects of the universe and are a representation of the unconscious “self”. Mandalas can be used for many different purposes and the needs of the individual person using them.
The Healing Power of the Mandala
Mandala’s are sacred pieces of artwork that are used to evoke healing, spiritual development, and meditation. In this article, The Healing Power of the Mandala is discussed.