In this collection of poems accompanied by Mandalas, the poet investigates the spiritual and creative potential of combining poetry and meditation.
Story: I was on a mountain retreat when I met a monk who told me he wrote poetry. When I asked him how he did it, he said, “I don’t know, I just do it.” It made me think about the connection between creativity and meditation.
Fact: I was a poet. But then, I lost my inspiration. After years of searching, I found a way to combine poetry and meditation. Now, I’m back on my feet again.
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Poetry and Mandalas have existed for millennia, offering solace and inspiration to those who enjoy the beauty of both art forms. Mandalas are elaborate, often circular patterns that may be utilised for meditation or reflection. Similarly, poetry is an artistically beautiful way of expressing emotions or ideas using music, images, and other poetic instruments.
This book thoroughly investigates the spiritual and creative potential of combining poetry and meditation inside a space-time geometry based on Maya-Aztec and/or Hindu-Buddhist patterns. As we know, Mandala is a multi-dimensional symbolic representation. It is both a visual representation and a metaphorical tool, representing the universe and its components within the circle of life. The term ‘mandala’ is derived from a Sanskrit word which means ‘circle’ or ‘discoid object’. It consists of concentric circles or squares, each representing an aspect of the individual’s journey towards spiritual enlightenment.
In Jungian psychology, a Mandala symbolises wholeness, representing the unconscious self and its various components. The Mandala serves as an archetypal image that conveys the integration of opposites within the unconscious and conscious realms of the psyche. It represents the individual’s inner journey towards individuation, or self-actualisation, in order to achieve harmony and balance. A Mandala is thus an archetypal symbol rooted in various religious and spiritual practices. It is typically seen as a circular figure encompassed by four or more cardinal directions or points, though it can sometimes be represented as a square or other shape.
Throughout this book, the poet investigates the spiritual and creative potential of combining poetry and meditation inside a space-time geometry based on ancient patterns. This collection of poetry with Mandalas is intended to assist readers in developing a deeper feeling of meditation and inner calm. Through vibrant visuals and lyrical comments, Mandala’s Flowers illustrates the dimensions of being in ancient cultures that possessed a feeling of connectivity between earth and sky. The book inspires us to take a fresh look at the world and explore the spiritual essence inside us. The poet’s goal is that this collection will reconnect us with our history while inspiring us to look beyond our boundaries for a brighter future.
Unlock your creative potential with these mystical poems and intricate mandalas.
Experience the beauty of the universe within yourself.
Bring more colour into your life and create a more mindful and peaceful existence.
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