Meditating with Mandalas
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Meditating with Mandalas

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by David Fontana
     
 

Inside Mediating with Mandalas is an inspiration book featuring a collection of beautiful mandalas with guided meditations. This kit also provides all the tools, materials, and instruction you need to get started creating your own mandalas—including sand pens, colored pencils, and sticker sheets with precut designs. Explore the symbolism and spiritual

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Inside Mediating with Mandalas is an inspiration book featuring a collection of beautiful mandalas with guided meditations. This kit also provides all the tools, materials, and instruction you need to get started creating your own mandalas—including sand pens, colored pencils, and sticker sheets with precut designs. Explore the symbolism and spiritual power of mandalas, and take your creative journey of self-discovery to the next level!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781435116771
Publisher:
Sterling
Publication date:
08/31/2009
Pages:
64
Product dimensions:
9.80(w) x 9.70(h) x 2.20(d)

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Meditating with Mandalas 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
CherBert More than 1 year ago
I was really enjoying this book in the first 30 pages. You can't help looking ahead to the pages with the colorful mandalas, and the text is well-written and introduces the mystique and symbolism of the mandalas and how they are used as a meditative tool. But now the pages become jumbled (where was the copy editor?) - the text is describing a mandala with blue sky, clouds, and flying cranes, but the facing page shows a red swirl of spirals and Celtic inspired motifs. The pages aren't even numbered correctly (flip from p. 31 to p. 49!) Most of the mandala illustrations that follow have the correct text to go with them, but then the same ones are repeated. "Closing Thoughts" are on page 64 and page...64! That's right - you can check the Table of Contents and see the titles of the mandalas that are missing, such as "Snowflake", the "Floating Lotus", and the "Cranes among Clouds" - remember that one? I'd love to find out if the publisher plans to reprint, and if so, request a replacement copy. Otherwise, the kit of materials to color your own mandala design is fun, but I went out and bought a few more colors of sand to give my designs more color variety.