The best way to take your mandala practice to the next level is to show up and create mandalas. That isn’t always easy. Life can be distracting. Inner critics show up. Or, you get stuck drawing the same style of mandala, over and over again. This is where the Sharing Circle comes in.
A mandala practice can be many things…
In the Sharing Circle, you’ll make kindred connections with other mandala enthusiasts from around the world who like you are committed to experimenting with the many design possibilities found within the circle.
For some members, exploring the meanings behind their mandalas is fascinating. We share the symbolism, personal associations, and draw out our mandala stories.
Others seek out the relaxing effects of coloring mandalas and enjoy exploring different color combinations and techniques.
Sharing your Art can be scary…
But, not in the 100 Mandalas Sharing Circle where you’ll find the friendliest people on the web. It’s a safe place to take risks in your art making and dive deep into your mandala stories. Have a question? You’ll get thoughtful responses and encouraging feedback from people all over the world.
What people are saying about the Sharing Circle
“In the Sharing Circle, there is no judgement. This special group takes us as we are with no pressures. I really appreciate that.” ~ Anna Maria Westcott
“The Sharing Circle is different from all of the mandala groups that you find on Facebook. Those other groups are just “showrooms” where you can pick up ideas and see many beautiful mandalas. But, they offer nothing about the meaning, power, and possibilities within the design. The Sharing Circle is a safe and private place for us to discuss our mandalas and what they mean to us.” ~ Fabienne Tosi
“There is always a need for vision and leadership no matter how self supporting a group becomes, and Kathryn has been stellar at providing this for us, this is Love at work…. along with the many others who step up more at times. I do appreciate the give and take of all who make this community possible.” ~ Carol M.