Inspired by a twin interest in design and energetic dimensions, these designs blend sacred geometry with representations of the many dimensional realms that we inhabit. Their vibrant presence can encourage reflection, energize a space, or refocus energy.
Inner Light Mandalas can be used in your personal practice, to enliven studio, office or practice space, or enhance your home. You can send dynamic energy to loved ones with mandala greeting cards, and use the cards and card decks in your personal practice.
Inner Light Mandala wall art hangs in meditation rooms, yoga studios, treatment rooms, offices and homes around the world.
The word “mandala” originated from the Sanskrit, meaning “disk” or “circle.” In Hindu and Buddhist cultures, a mandala is a representation of the universe, usually a square form containing one or many circles, a center point, and additional elements detailing the cosmology being portrayed.
It has been observed that the square/circle/center point representation is common to many cultures, sometimes containing additional geometrical and representational elements. Its meaning and purpose can vary, from symbolizing the history of a society, the life journey of a person, or a tool to access various states of consciousness or dimensional realities.