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The "tree of abundance" blooming in rainbow spirals provides health and inner wealth that manifests itself in the external world with a sense of fulfillment of all needs. Copywright©
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This mandala contains a set of rainbow colors, which has particularly healing properties. The rainbow makes everything return to its place, organizes itself in a harmonious and proper way. Each frequency of the rainbow color heals certain chakras in our body and environment, because everything vibrates with a certain frequency, everything is energy. The spiral symbol intensifies this interaction.
The universe flows in whorls. People feel the impulse to circulate around and towards the center, which is also the Center in which God lives. The impulse to circulate around the sacred also shapes the internal mechanism of the psyche. Jung observed that the cycle of growth of the psyche is in the form of a spiral path. Jung speaks of the process of individuation, in which the ego occupies the proper position of being around the Self, the true center of personality. The spiral resembles the tantric symbol of the life force. The spiral thus serves as a symbol of the revitalization of life through contact with the divine, creative, healing energies of the deepest layers of the psyche. Spirals moving in a clockwise direction indicate that something is going to consciousness. Spiral formation can express the psychic energy flow contained in patterns reflecting universal forces.
The rainbow is an amazing, natural display of colors. He paints on a dark sky, still thick from the storm. Her silent beauty, after the drama of lightning, lightning and rain, adds comfort. It announces the return of the sun. Similarly, in the mandala, it can suggest going through the dark period and entering the time of renewal and healing.
A tree is a symbol of a rich and self-renewing life. The tree was once considered sacred. Some of the trees were considered as oracles, and their voices could only be interpreted by wise men or priests living under their branches.
The thrust of tree branches is heightened by the growth of its roots down. It makes the tree a convenient symbol of communication between different levels of reality: the underground of the unconscious, the middle world of the earth and ordinary consciousness, and the upper world of heaven or transpersonal consciousness. A symbol such as a tree that combines different levels of reality is called axis mundi, the axis of the world. Axis mundi marks the mystical center of the universe. It is a bridge or ladder, after which the soul can climb to God. The tree can therefore be a symbol of the relationship of man with God.
Jung recognized the tree as a symbol of the archetype of self. The self can be imagined as the image of God existing in every person. Jung felt that the tree symbolizes the aspiration of each one of us to grow and to fulfill an inner picture of the completeness that reflects the perfection of God.
The phenomenon of the mandala consists in the fact that it is an image both acting on the subconscious and reflecting what in the subconscious is hidden, pushed away or repressed.
Mandala can affect us in two ways. When we paint it ourselves, we can contact our subconscious and find the source of problems, destructive patterns, psychological blocks or the causes of failures. With the help of selected means of expression, we bring to light everything that we can not express.
When we work with a ready mandala, we can use it as a symbol of strengthening our work. With our own thoughts, intentions and will, we make the mandala support us in our aspirations, intentions and dreams. Mandala is a tool thanks to which we can precisely direct our work and support in the form of a symbol, shape and color. In the case of jewelry, also natural stone with specific properties. However, we must remember that without our participation, without commitment and genuine willingness to work and change, the mandala will remain inactive. Remember that you activate it for yourself by affirming and desiring true change.
Mandala is a therapeutic image for our psyche, mind, body and soul.
Original mandala painted by hand on glass with a diameter of 20 cm, with stained-glass paints. Author's work.