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This mandala is the image of mature, wise Love, which grows from the combination of Love and Wisdom to create the most beautiful Flower of Life. Embodies tranquility, tranquility, sense of balance and fulfillment. Copywright©
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This mandala emerged gradually. When painting her, I did not know what to express and present. It happened that during painting I turned on one of the satsang recordings with Nitya, and before that, in a certain exchange of comments, the question of the path that Nitya referred to as "Love and Big Wisdom" appeared. And listening to this satsang I suddenly felt very clearly that the connection between Love and Wisdom is just painted. And then the Flower of Life emerged from this, and this is how Mandala Flower of Life - Love and Wisdom was created.
"I know in wisdom that I am nobody, in love I know that I am everything. My life is going on between these two. " Nisargadatta Maharaj.
In the mandala there are symbols of two hearts permeating one another. One heart represents wisdom (blue / blue), the other unconditional love (pink). Wisdom at the bottom, Love at the top. Wisdom gives rooting and a good basis for a mature, full understanding and acceptance of Love.
From this connection grow the quadruple petals of the flower of life, in the shape of a symbol of infinity, in purple.
The Flower of Life contains the proportions of every aspect and form of life.
The symbol of infinity represents unlimited time, space and quantity. The notion of infinity is a bridge from rational thought towards realities unknown or even unknowable. The sign of infinity represents the harmonious unity of two principles that are their opposites. Although he demonstrates the chapter on duality, he does not show the conflicted pair. Two loops are created and connected by one solid line. It is an expression of a balanced order, which is the background of the multiplicity observed in ordinary reality. Using the words of a mathematician, the infinite postulates "a complete order that has not been invented but discovered".
Purpura is a mix of blue and red. It is a royal color. In spiritual symbolism, the use of purple may indicate the willingness to sacrifice and sublimate personal inclinations in the service of spirituality. Purpura is energy (red) invested in spirituality (blue). It can mean a process of personal growth. It can suggest restless, motivating energy, something that tries to free itself at a new level of existence.
Quadruple often appears in symbols that are to define a relationship with reality that exceeds the limitations of human knowledge. Four is commonly found in the symbolism of the mandala. If we agree with Jung that the structure of the mind is quadruple, then the number four can represent activity in all four functions. The process in which it is achieved leads what is dark and hidden in the unconscious (the least developed function) to the relationship with consciousness (three better-distinguished functions). When there is a connection between consciousness and unconsciousness, man experiences a new state of mind. Our mental processes no longer revolve around intellectual theorizing, but participate in the creative adventure of "discovery in the act of becoming." Increased depth of consciousness is born as the observer experiences himself as a participant on the level of thinking and experiencing being.
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.
The original mandala is hand-painted on glass with a diameter of 21 cm, with stained-glass paints. I add a suction cup to the mandala.
Author's work. Copying prohibited.