The mandala’s definition is as follows: “the mandalas are painted on paper or cloth, the mandala represents an instrument of worship and mystical contemplation that comes precisely from the outer circles or squares to merge with the center.”
Wikipedia also tells us: Mandalas are spiritual symbolic representations and rituals of macrocosmos and microcosm, used in Buddhism and Hinduism.
In the QoriSalud Centre, we experience mandalas with painting, with organic elements (in this case ephemeral mandalas), with stone, natural pigments, waxes …
Painting, drawing or creating mandalas guides us to our inner world, helps us to focus and manifest our present state of consciousness. From the outer circle (which serves as a protection and also a space limit to focus) we create a world of shapes and colors that bring us closer to our essence.