Mandala sentence example
- Each mandala is a prayer wheel that basically symbolizes the universe, but it also represents the heart and spiritual enlightenment of Buddha, the great teacher of eastern philosophy.
- His well-taken cue that we must first understand the Tibetan mandala on its own terms is the starting point for any analysis.
- The Liao had five capitals in all, based on the principles of a Tantric Buddhist mandala.
- I love the mushroom cloud; this is the holiest mandala that we have manifested to date, as an archetype.
- It includes an audio CD with step by step meditations and chants, a mandala stand wih two mandala stand wih two mandalas.Advertisement
- The Mandala luxury tile brand was launched in September 2007, which features original designs in materials sourced from around the world.
- With an exotic flair and an elegant, luxurious design, the Mandala offers six lines.
- The straps are long and the bag fastens with a handmade loop and wooden Mandala button.
- Another factor that sets this tarot deck apart from others is the fact that it's based on the Buddhist Mandala Method.
- Each of the 30 pages features a mandala circle design.Advertisement
- They also have a few abstract designs such as mandala patterns for those looking for more of a challenge.
- However even this is not his strongest ability - Mandala is very smart and extremely devious, and that is his greatest strength.
- On seeing the sand mandala for the first time you may ask, " Where are the deities?
- A chance to learn about the symbolism behind the hand mudra, Tibetan chanting of the mandala offering and using a mandala set.
- The Mandala collections include ceramic, porcelain, etched stone, natural stone and fused glass.Advertisement
- He thus made it possible for the half-converted and rude tribes to remain Buddhists while they brought offerings, and even bloody offerings, to these more congenial shrines, and while their practical belief had no relation at all to the Truths or the Noble Eightfold Path, but busied itself almost wholly with obtaining magic powers (Siddhi), by means of magic phrases (Dhdrani), and magic circles (Mandala).