Discover Your Hidden Magical Power By Choosing A Mandala
Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning “circle”. As a spiritual and ritual symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism, it represents the universe. Through vivid colors and symmetrical geometric patterns, it represents the many facets of the cosmos.
Their chaotic harmony, the eloquent symbolism of the Mandalas illustrates the qualities of the universe and the human spirit.
There are many interesting books about mandalas. In some editions, you can paint the patterns yourself. This can be a very meditative action.
What does your mandala reveal about you?
Will our prediction for one mandala over another reveal our inner selves? And how!
In the test that we present to you today, you can select one of the mandalas that are in the image above.
Your choice will reveal what power determines you and how you could use it for good intentions.
1. The Destroyer
The first mandala is a “swastika” turning to the left, this means an inverted swastika. The swastika has been a symbol that has been misused by Hitler’s Nazis.
The counterclockwise rotation of the first mandala suggests that the powers involved here are destructive. But this is not a negative thing. A prerequisite for creating something new is the ability to get rid of every unnecessary condition that hinders its evolution.
Sometimes “burning” everything can pave the way for something radically new. Therefore, your power to be a Destroyer can be beneficial.
The second mandala is drawn on the basis of the four elements of nature. These appear and act in harmony and our powers spring from them.
Even so, the fifth element, the Spirit, is absent. It is the spiritual element that connects your being with nature. Your power is that of Love and Union with the Non-Perishable. You return the careless Spirit to the Equation of the Elements.
This mandala is drawn on the basis of the mystic power of the number 6. The two opposite powers of Feminine and Masculine are in play, forming two triangles with six sides. Your power comes from the dynamic balance of these powers within you.
The number twelve is important in many ways. Remember the twelve ancient Greek gods that reside on Olympus or the 12 apostles of Jesus. 12 are also the months of the year. Your power lies in the fact that you flow in harmony with time. You are patient and that is a characteristic that is advantageous for your evolution. Time will bring your plans to perfection.
5. The Compass
A pattern based on the number 8 is linked to the wheel of wisdom. In a sense, it is also a crossroads where several options are offered.
On the one hand, you can create multiple possibilities and therefore you will never be stuck in a dead-end. You can make correct decisions and select the best path to virtue. You are guided by an inner compass that shows you the right path.
6. The Creator
Contrary to, or better complementary to, the first mandala that represents a Swawastika in an anti-clockwise direction, this mandala is a moving swastika. Forget its Nazi misuse, this is a symbol of light, life, health, peace, and wealth.
Your power is harmonic and creative. You move forward through time and life and create out of nothing.