Each mandala art piece is designed to harmonize the individuals and the energetic environment of the space in which the piece is placed. The art has been thoroughly prepared with a specific ritualistic process. Each piece is hand painted by the artist, left out to absorb energy of sunlight and moonlight, then photographed in sunlight and enhanced. The art is designed with the purest intention to aid the synchronization of the individuals in the space with the universe around them.
Each piece is a physical representation of the magnetic energy which is all around us but cannot be seen by the naked eye. All the pieces evoke balance, harmony, and the purest intention unconditional love.
The pieces are meditative in nature, they distract the rational mind for the irrational mind to flourish.
The soul is connected, the body is balanced, and the mind creates the synchronization of the two.
The mandala is a 2-dimensional representation of our 3-D universe. It is a spiritual and ritual symbol representing our relativity with the universe. The basic form of mandalas, which were originated in Buddhism Tibetan temples and have been found in many religious cultures, are a square with four gates containing within it a circle with a centrifugal focus point. Mandalas represent radial balance, harmony and connection of the individual with all which surround them. They are used to aid meditative states of mind in which the mind is stimulated both logically and creatively through the use of: geometries inspired by nature, colors, patterns and illusions.