For November PAD Challenge: Image #19
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Good morning. Time for a tongue twister: http://miskmask.wordpress.com/2012/11/19/off-the-tongue/
You might like this: http://thebirthinstinct.com/art/using-mandalas/comment-page-1/#comment-52
Thank you Tillie, I’ve read a great deal about Mandalas, have been fascinated with them for years. Creating them, coloring them, are both forms of active meditation that both sooth and calm the individual. I created an entire series of Mandala and Kaleidoscope templates to color over the past year. Using them for birth meditation makes all kinds of sense. And I used to teach a course titled “Changing The End of The Story.” Although, at that time, I wasn’t into Mandalas, I can see why people would use them in that manner.
Thanks for sharing,
I went a few ‘somewheres…’
Mine is here: http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/2012/11/19/somewhere/
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I really love the colors!