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Why Mandalas?

Meaning and Purpose

A mandala (Sanskrit for “circle”) is an artistic representation of higher thought and deeper meaning given as a geometric symbol used in spiritual, emotional, or psychological work to focus one's attention. The image first appears in India via the Hindu text known as the Rig Veda c. 1500 - c. 500 BCE.

All mandalas are frequency in form of an artistic and geometric pattern that is intended to transfer energy of that pattern to the receiver. There are healing mandalas, teaching mandalas and sand mandalas.

Mandalas when used properly with clear intention have been shown in clinical studies to boost the immune system, reduce stress and pain, lower blood pressure, promote sleep and ease depression

Healing mandalas are more intuitive than teaching mandalas, and they are made for the purpose of meditation. Healing mandalas are intended to deliver wisdom, evoke feelings of calm, and channel focus and concentration.

Place your mandala in a place that you can see multiple times a day as it triggers the mind in remembrance of your vision.

Using a mandala and meditation you can call in the healing energy of the plant without even physically using it.

For centenaries, Ganja, in other forms, has been taken in India. According to the Vedic textbooks, Ganja (cannabis) is believed to be the one among five most divine plants. It’s also believed to be a absolute source of compassion, happiness and liberation.


Mandala of the Healing Cannabis Plant or Shiva's Plant

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