About this webinar
Dot Mandala Art Therapy
If you've contemplated otherworldly Asian craftsmanship, you've probably experienced a mandala. A mandala, which is Sanskrit for "circle" or "discoid item," is a mathematical plan that holds a lot of imagery in Hindu and Buddhist societies. Mandalas are accepted to address various parts of the universe and are utilized as instruments of reflection and images of supplication most outstandingly in China, Japan, and Tibet.
In their most fundamental structure, mandalas are circles contained inside a square and orchestrated into areas that are totally coordinated around a solitary, essential issue. They're commonly delivered on paper or material, drawn on a surface with strings, formed in bronze, or underlying stone. While exceptional as an independent masterpiece, mandalas hold representative and reflective importance past their energetic appearance.
A mandala is a profound and custom image in Asian societies. It very well may be perceived in two unique manners: remotely as a visual portrayal of the universe or inside as a guide for a few practices that occur in numerous Asian customs, including reflection. In Hinduism and Buddhism, the conviction is that by entering the mandala and continuing towards its middle, you are guided through the infinite cycle of changing the universe from one of enduring into one of bliss and satisfaction.
Inside their unpredictable round designs, you can discover normal images all through mandalas. Customarily, they remember the presence of Buddha's brain for a theoretical structure, most regularly addressed as a wheel, tree, blossom, or gem. The middle is a dab, which is an image thought about liberated from measurements. It is deciphered as the beginning stage, the start of thought, and dedication to the heavenly. From that point, the spot is encircled by lines and mathematical examples that represent the universe, included by the external circle which addresses the recurrent idea of life.
Mandalas are utilized for an assortment of strict customs, reflection, and current settings. The customary Tibetan mandala, found in Buddhism, portrays the edified territory of Buddha through sand workmanship. Examples are framed on the ground utilizing metal and a little cylinder to make the specific surface and association of the grains. Making this can require weeks, and not long after it's finished, it is annihilated to line up with the Buddhist conviction that nothing is perpetual.
Mandalas have likewise been found in dream catchers as a way to secure the individual resting. A famous thing in Western societies, you can without much of a stretch recognize the shape and examples of a mandala inside most dream catchers.
Aakriti Khosla Counselling Psychologist
Aakriti Khosla is a Counselling Psychologist, a mental health speaker, a national executive trainer in Art therapy, a Mandala Art therapy Practitioner, EFT Practitioner. She is a passionate consumer advocate for mental health. Her motto is to connect the world of art and people (children, teenagers, adults, elderly people) to bring them together and help them to heal with multiple art forms like dance, art, music along with mindfulness practice.
Benefits Of Webinar
Attend this webinar to:
-Students will learn to make Mandala Art
-A new habit would be added to their list
-Mandalas would help them in reducing stress
-It would be a good leisure time for the students
-This would also enhance their creativity
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