Red Mandala Women’s T-shirt. Your typical 100% cotton t-shirt (except for heather colors, which contain 10% polyester). Pre-shrunk to make sure your size is maintained throughout several washes, and a classic fit.
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- 100% jersey knit
- Seamless, double-need ⅞” collar
- Taped neck and shoulders
- Classic fit
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An emblematic figure of spirituality, the mandala or “circle” in Sanskrit takes an increasingly important place in the techniques of personal development. Never before had a symbolic design had a dimension as universal as the mandala. On mandala was discovered in Africa with a solar circle from the Paleolithic – a representation almost as old as the human species. These spherical figures are found in almost all spiritual traditions: shamanism in North America, Hinduism, Buddhism, and even in Christianity with the sumptuous rosettes of its cathedrals.
Meaning of Mandala
Mandala is a Sanskrit term, meaning circle, and by extension, sphere, environment, community. Mandalas are primarily ritual areas used to invoke Hindu deities. Buddhism, the heir of these practices also uses mandalas for its rites and meditation practices.
In vajrayana Buddhism, there are different forms of mandala, a complex structure painted or carved in the bump used for initiatory progression, or even a diagram made of colored sand. It is used mainly for meditation. The diagram is in any case filled with symbols. It can be associated with a deity. Some very elaborate and codified mandalas become semi-figurative, semi-abstract.
Mandala: An use in learning methods
The practice of the mandala is a very good method of learning how to pay attention, and is often used by the disciples. The Vajrayana Buddhist School particularly developed it, with the sacred art of the sand mandala representing both the order of the world, the path to the nature of the Buddha, and the impermanent character of earthly existence.