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Free Mandala Coloring Book

Free Mandala Coloring Book

The 100 Mandalas Challenge Coloring Book is now available for download.

Have you noticed that adult coloring books are really popular these days? And it’s for a good reason too! Coloring is known to help reduce stress, ease anxiety, boost creativity, not to mention it’s fun! Why is it so powerful? It is a simple way to change our focus from our worries and responsibilities onto something that is beautiful.

Free Mandala Coloring Book

Every time I color a mandala, whether I create one myself or color another person’s design, I love seeing how the mandala comes to life before my eyes. It is so satisfying.

Mandala Coloring Book

50 Mandalas designed by artists from ten countries

The coloring book includes 50 mandalas from our 100 Mandalas Challenge community, like the mandala above by Jeanette Clawson from Wisconsin.

Mandala Coloring Book

Each one is unique like this one from Irina Artamonova from Russia.

Mandala Coloring Book

This mandala coloring page was designed by Mónica Bedolla Cárdenas from Mexico.

To get your FREE mandala coloring book, subscribe to the e-mail newsletter.

When you subscribe to the 100 Mandalas e-mail newsletter, you’ll get a welcome message with the link to download the coloring book. You’ll receive weekly e-mails about the 100 Mandalas Challenge.

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5 Comments

  1. Elaine Carlson says

    a yr ago christmas, my spine was being pinched in my neck and it affected my hands, my therapist said that it was good therapy to color, not real steady with the fingers but i enjoy it and it really does help, thank u for providing the designs
    Elaine Carlson

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    • Hi Elaine, Enjoy the coloring books! I am happy that they can be part of your healing journey. It is great to hear that the physical therapist recommends coloring. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment! All the best, Kathryn

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    • Hi Gian, I think the problem may be that the e-mail you used was @email.com rather than @gmail.com. I’ve updated your e-mail address and resent the request to confirm your address. Once confirmed, you’ll receive another e-mail message with the link. Note that when you confirm, it will take you to a web page. If you click on the “return to website” link it will say that it didn’t work. It is a glitch that I’m hoping tech support will fix soon. Know that once you click on the confirm link, you are confirmed. Let me know if you have any other questions on this.

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