Tibetan Harmony MandalaThe iconic Mandala are amazing interpretations of the universe and by gazing into it is said to awaken the inner spiritual eye, bringing out the greatest potential in ourselves . Furthermore, the seeds of enlightenment are activated while our surroundings will blossom with harmonious fruit. Not only is it used as a meditation tool but many museums have specially rooms dedicated only for Mandala images. This item is a reflictive print with an adhesive back for placement. Alternatively, many customers enjoy framing this print. Please note: this is a print for framing or pasting NOT an original artwork.
Its importance grows for this year as the #3 Quarrel Star resides in the center of all homes and the mandala is used to disperse conflict, loss and problems. Place in the center of your home to dispel the #3 Quarrel Star, or other parts of your home for encouragement of harmony and peace. Additionally, if you just want more smooth sailing and peace in your life, the Tibetan Mandala is for you.
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