With our selection of mandalas, you don't have to be an artist to create art. This activity is accessible to everyone, regardless of age. The good news is that anyone can benefit from the relaxing effects of spending a moment coloring.
The origin of the mandala
The word "mandala" is actually a Sanskrit word originally meaning "circle" or "disc-shaped object". The name suggests something mundane, but for Buddhists, Tantric Hindus and Jainists, the mandala has great importance.
The art-therapy of the mandala
Art therapy is an excellent way to express feelings and emotions through art. This practice, strongly influenced by a French psychoanalyst and psychiatrist at the end of the 19th century, allows people to express themselves in a different way.
The power of the Mandala
In addition to having great educational virtues, the puzzle helps to fight against memory loss and to exercise one's cognitive abilities. It also allows one to relax.
Doing a puzzle is much more than a pleasant activity to pass the time, in fact, has many benefits on the brain because it is a very complete activity that simultaneously solicits several different areas. It is therefore a good way to do an intellectually stimulating activity while having fun.
Doing a puzzle on a regular basis is an activity that allows you to better find your way in space and to improve your logical mind by considering different possibilities of fitting together.