So, what is a mandala actually? A mandala is a symbol of inner peace, protection and unity. It's all about feeling positive energy, and sharing this connection with others. Mandalas unite people and spread positive vibrations.
A mandala always begins at the center point and can be found everywhere in nature, such as the symmetry of a sliced orange, a snowflake or a sunflower.
Mandalas are used all over the world in ancient sacred art. In Tibetan culture a ‘Mandala’ means a circle containing energy, representing life. Woven mandalas are used in Tibet as a symbol of protection. Native Indian tribes weave mandalas as a prayer for happy and meaningful life. Over the years, Cloë has developed this ancient tradition into a modern artform.