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Positive Intention Lotus Mandala – Community Mandala Project

Positive Intention Lotus Mandala

Check out this breathtaking mandala. It is the latest “Community Mandala Project.” Members of the 100 Mandalas Community were invited to alter a petal of this mandala. A piece was e-mailed to each participant and assigned a color. They were instructed to alter the petal using any medium they chose. Participants were invited to think of their positive intentions and words-for-the year as they worked on their pieces.

The result is a strong, powerful, positive symbol for our community.

As I considered the word to put in the center, “love” was the obvious choice. For love is at the center of all positive intentions.

Here is a closer look at a few of the petals.

9-Trujillo-Maria-WEB

Maria Mercedes Trujillo
Dunedin, NEW ZEALAND
www.magamerlina.com

ACCEPTANCE

13-Warren-Megan-WEB

Megan Warren
Esperance, WESTERN AUSTRALIA

KEY
30-Mor-Neomi-WEB

Neomi Mor
Karkour, ISRAEL

HEALING, GROW

Want to participate in the next Community Mandala Project?

Exclusive invitations will be sent to the participants of the 2018 Mandala Online Retreat.

 

For a closer look a community mandala projects from previous years, CLICK HERE.

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Kathryn Costa is an artist, teacher, and author of "The Mandala Guidebook: How to Draw, Paint, and Color Expressive Mandala Art." Kathryn has taught thousands of people how to create mandalas in her popular YouTube videos, workshops, and book. Check out her new line of chakra stencils!

2 Comments

  1. Eileen Meczywor says

    I listened to episode 1 and was inspired to try coloring a mandala. It is a work in progress. Would love to hear more of your podcasts.

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    • Thank you! I do hope to return to my podcast recording studio soon. I have so many projects in the works that my biggest challenge is time. I’m delighted that you enjoyed the recording and were inspired to color a mandala.

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