5 responses to “Why do I make mandalas?”

  1. Christine (Girl on Fire) Reed

    I love this. I like thinking of it as a one-dimensional labyrinth in which you take yourself for a walk. :)

  2. Lana

    Maybe I’ll catch your next new offering. I’ll just have to watch more closely! :)

  3. Steph

    Hello Heather,

    Mandalas were an intuitive, healing tool that helped me through a difficult time in my life perhaps because like you, I felt they “asked nothing of me but my presence and willingness to engage.”

    Mine involved neither colours nor words, but were simple line art. A product of a blank sheet of paper, an old geometry kit and a black marker. Though it’s been a while since I’ve drawn one, I believe in their healing power. I enjoy reading about yours here.

    Warm wishes,
    Stephanie

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