Most people know what a mandala is, but how the more exotic mandalas found a place in our Christmas tradition remains a mystery. The fact is that more and more people like to lose themselves in the endless pictures for a while and take a break from everyday life. The admiration of Mandalas calms down and arranges the thoughts correctly. In countries with Hindu and Buddhist beliefs, mandalas are painstakingly composed with colored sand and are considered religious and sacral.
This year at Christmas, the coloring pages will be the hit
Simplified, but with a similar effect, Mandalas, which you can imagine, spread here in Europe. Complex surfaces and filigree patterns encourage you to immerse, discover and explore fantasy worlds and creativity. Not least, the mandalas are attributed to meditative properties, which is why they are offered here in the form of coloring pages.
In today’s article we would like to inspire you for Mandala for Christmas and to cheer you on the basis of many examples and free coloring pages.
Through Mandala you learn to see properly and well
Give away coloring pages for Christmas
As soon as you hear the word coloring page, you immediately think of the little picture books for 3 year old kids. For some time well-known bookstores sell luxurious editions with coloring pictures for adults with different motives. Just in time for Christmas, the books with coloring mandalas in a very Christmas look, which is intended for both adults and children.
The confused patterns unfold as beautiful only through the color
If you are still wondering what to give away for the party, we recommend that you take a closer look at the theme of the mandala. The coloring of mandalas is good for your mind and awakens your creativity. You create colors simultaneously and unconsciously and in the end you have a perfect image, which not only serves as a decoration, but also has a soothing, almost hypnotic effect.
A drawing technique that has a meditative and restful effect on our psyche
In the beginning you should start painting simple patterns
Mandalas are still a fitting Christmas decorations
In Buddhist and Hindu beliefs, the mandalas are considered sacral
Mandalas vs pictures
The difference between all the pictures and the mandalas lies in the repetition. In Mandalas, a picture motif can be repeated down to the infinite. A mandala image can contain multiple images that either overlap or complement each other.
The topic is very exciting and you will only profit if you delve into it.
The following pictures are free to download
Christmas motifs in a simple composition
Often, the motifs in a mandala make a circle
You could multiply the circle and create a complex pattern
When coloring it is primarily about the color selection
which is however freely selectable
The sum of all the colors in the picture results in its effect
It’s easy to start with the typical Christmas colors
It is important that the same motifs are painted with the same color
When coloring it is about relaxation and recreation
For some pictures, you immediately know which colors to use
If so many people wish for world peace at Christmas, they will get one
Mandalas for experienced or for those who want to practice patience
A finalized mandala can mature into a delightful Christmas present
Mandala coloring pages promote the creative
The simpler the picture, the more comprehensible the task will appear
Into each other running figures rest on old geometrical regularities
Choose one of the characters and let it be the dominant one
A little present from Santa Claus and you already know how all your Christmas will be
Mandalas have a spiritual meaning in many belief models
Through Mandalas you can quickly come to philosophical thoughts
The same motifs look completely different if you paint them differently