Colouring the circular designs known as mandalas is a relaxing, meditative activity enjoyed by adults and children alike. Every one of these Tibetan mandalas is rich in spiritual meaning, and the accompanying quotations and sayings will deepen your knowledge of this very special culture. Contemplate the Wheel of Becoming, a symbol of rebirth usually found in monasteries, or a transcendent Adibuddha Vajrasattva, a representation of penetrating absoluteness and the embodiment of the limitless. Other mandalas include the Eight Symbols of Happiness, the four-armed Manjushri (for wisdom), Sacrificial Offerings, and the national flag of Tibet. Each consists of a periphery and a centre, which stand for the beginning and end of all being, and as meditators colour them in, they will foster a deeper understanding of the universe and the inner landscape of the human soul. Price R390 for both, unused books in very good condition. Can be couriered to any place in South Africa at an additional cost
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