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One Million Mandalas: For You to Create, Print, and Color (New)
by Gauding, Madonna
Binding: Paperback with CD
Book ID: 9780312574031, 0312574037
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Mandalas are one of the most popular aids to meditation, with people worldwide finding enlightenment through the simple task of bringing a sparse outline to colorful life.
Previous books have featured mandalas in black and white outline which users hand-color in. However, once the book is completed you have to buy new books to maintain your meditations. One Million Mandalas offers readers a lifetime of beautiful designs to color in and use for meditation.
The disk's easily accessible art is usable in three ways: with a couple of clicks you will be able to select and print one of the basic mandala designs, construct your own mandala by different ring designs from a drop-down menu, or randomly generate a mandala. Because there are 100 centers, 100 middle rings, and 100 outer rings, the disk supplies one million possible permutations and combinations!
The book is complete with an introduction to the concept of mandalas, and the history and philosophy behind them, along with clear directions on using the CD-ROM, and a complete visual catalog of all the mandala designs in the program.
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