Mandala by Adam Quang
The mandala art is a visual offspring of my photography, where I’ve taken iconic landmarks from around the world and flowers from my garden. Creating a psychedelic landscape from multiple perspectives – our world through a bug’s eyes.
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Peaceful mind create a peaceful world.
Continuity mandala pattern will motivate you to go ahead from the feeling of stagnate.
“Your brain experiences relief by entering a meditative state
Circles are registered by the eye and passed directly to the visual cortex without intermediate processing (Horowitz, 1983). Because circles look the same whether right side up or turned upside down, the brain does not have to do intermediate processing to recognize a circle as it does when identifying a square or some other form that has been rotated. This ease of identification gives circles an advantage over other forms competing for our full attention.
Negative thoughts are expelled as you take in positivity
In the East, mandalas help people grasp the way things come to be and their rightful place in the order of things. Mandalas communicate complex philosophical ideas and convey the insights of mystics. Mandalas are used in special meditation practices for attaining and integrating non-ordinary states of consciousness.
Focusing on the present helps you achieve mindfulness
Carl Jung explored the psychological meaning of mandalas. He saw mandalas as symbolic of the inner process by which individuals grow toward fulfilling their potential for wholeness.”
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