Escape to a world of peace and balance while you unleash your artistic imagination with the enchanting heart mandalas in the Mandala Love Coloring Book!
For hundreds of years, people have turned to mandalas to center themselves and create a deeper connection to the world within and around them.
With our new coloring book, Mandala Love, you can turn your coloring experience into a vibrant message of love.
Mandala Love offers 30 original, hand-drawn mandalas with a variety of hearts, some crafted for intricate coloring and others for simple, peaceful enjoyment.
Each enchanting heart mandala has its own dedicated right-side page (on large format 8½ x 11 paper) for ease of coloring.
Mandalas symbolize wholeness and connection to the universal. The word comes from Sanskrit, meaning, circle, but mandalas have been used in many spiritual traditions. Although more common in eastern religions, such as Buddhism, and Hinduism, they have been used in other spiritual and religious rituals. The Christian mystic, Hildegard von Bingen, created a series of visionary symbolic paintings in mandala form representing cosmic equilibrium.
In the modern age, Psychoanalyst Carl Jung is credited with popularizing mandalas as a therapeutic tool. He called the mandala, “a representation of the unconscious self.”
In Jung’s pioneering exploration of the unconscious through making art, Jung saw the motif of the circle appearing. Since he was familiar with the philosophical writings of India, Jung adopted the word “mandala” to describe the circle drawings he and his patients made. In his autobiography, Jung wrote:
“Only gradually did I discover what the mandala really is…the Self, the wholeness of the personality, which if all goes well is harmonious.” ~ Carl Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections
Mandalas bring together creativity, play, and mindfulness into one holistic circle. Coloring mandalas can ground and center you, connecting you to the heart of who you are.
“Each person’s life is like a mandala – a vast, limitless circle. We stand in the center of our own circle, and everything we see, hear and think forms the mandala of our life.” ~ Pema ChodronClick To Tweet
Color Me Caring coloring books are created to celebrate family caregivers. Coloring is a way to keep a loved one company, and take care of yourself at the same time.
And since coloring has been shown to relieve stress and anxiety, coloring is one of the few activities where you can care for yourself while you are caring for someone else.
Two heart mandalas from Mandala Love are included in the February Free Coloring Pages! Get your free pages here!
Mandala Love is now available on Amazon! Get your book now!