Mandala Coloring Pages

While my mandala coloring pages may not have much significance in the religious sense, I do think that creating and coloring these designs can be very calming and therapeutic. The psychoanalyst Carl Jung believed that mandalas enabled him to identify emotional problems and work towards wholeness in personality. Pretty Interesting!

Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning center and circle. It is a diagram that has spiritual significance in both Buddhism and Hinduism. They are a key part to meditation and experiencing oneness and unity.

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Page 2 - More Mandala Doodles

Page 2 - More Mandala Doodles

 There are tons of pages available on Doodle Art Alley. From geometric to mandala inspired designs, to zodiac and animal fun, there is something for everyone! Coloring isn't just fun, it is a great way to express creativity, practice mental discipline and use as a relaxation technique. There are so many benefits to coloring, print some pages out and see for yourself!

They work great at home as well as school. Kids really enjoy filling in the unique patterns and it will keep them busy for a long time! They turn out looking awesome and it makes for great room decor. Kids will feel so proud when they see their wonderful art work on the wall. Try it and you'll see...I think everybody will enjoy my pictures, from small children to the young at heart. My drawings allow creativity, and freedom with color and patterns. It's also a change from the standard "puppy" or "bunny" page that is most often found on the internet. These really lend themselves to the older group of children that might find coloring too "childish".

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