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As a symbol of the origin of the structure of the universe, the mandala is an altar and dojo where the various deities and their accompanying gods gather. In Buddhism, a mandala is a place where the essence of the Buddha’s world is expressed, meaning that practitioners can extract the essence of life by imagining ordinary images of themselves, sentient beings, and the external environment as the holy image of a mandala.

The mandala demonstrates the impermanence of life and the order of the universe, guiding the spiritual awareness of the practitioner during meditation. It means good wishes and protection for the home. Secular people regard the mandala as a “mascot”, hanging it in the living room or carrying it on the body to ward off evil spirits. Placing it indoors can promote family harmony and protect the home from evil spirits.

One mandala and one world. By visualizing the miniature of this big world, you can feel the connection between your own small universe and the external big universe, experience the state of perfect enlightenment, explore the true meaning of life, and find inner peace and tranquility.

It is usually regarded as a microcosm of the universe. The pattern consists of a series of geometric figures and symbols, symbolizing the formation, operation and infinity of all things in the universe.

The mandala demonstrates the impermanence of life and the order of the universe, guiding the spiritual awareness of the practitioner during meditation. It means the best wishes and protection for the home. The secular people regard the mandala as a “mascot”. They hang the 3D wooden wall art in the living room or carry it with them to avoid evil spirits. Placing it indoors can promote family harmony and protect the home from evil spirits. Troubled.

It is also regarded as a symbolic figure of practice energy in Buddhism and Hinduism. During practice, a circle or square practice mandala is drawn to help practitioners achieve a calm state of mind.

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Mandalas are used by various religions as a model of the universe to describe or represent their religions, showing the “real universe” seen by different religions. Among them, “the forest of all things, the harmonious and orderly arrangement” is used to express the real universe, “the forest of all things, the Zen circle that integrates introjection”. Its shape is mainly composed of symmetrical geometric patterns and the shape of a lotus. It means “circle” in Buddhist Sanskrit, representing completeness and happiness, and at the same time highlighting the connection between people and everything in the universe.

Mandalas originated from Tibetan Buddhism. Monks designed complex geometric patterns in circles. They would draw patterns on the ground with colored sand, chant and meditate at the same time, and finally sweep away or wash away the mandalas with water. Luo, to commemorate the impermanence of life.

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The (Sri Yantra) is the most powerful of all Yantras, serving as the source of energy, power, and creativity.

The Sri Yantra diagram consists of nine triangles surrounding the central point, radiating outward. These triangles, of different sizes, intersect with each other. The central point, known as the energy point, represents the highest, invisible, and elusive center from which cosmic energy expands. Surrounding the triangles are two rows of lotus petals, symbolizing creation and life energy. The dotted lines in the outer frame represent a sanctuary with four openings to cosmic regions.

The Sri Yantra also symbolizes the instrument of wealth and represents ‘creating material and spiritual abundance in your life.’ It aids in problem-solving and eliminating negativity. Connecting to this icon allows access to higher frequency consciousness, enabling the creation of one’s reality. It clears obstacles, bringing peace and harmony to life, and provides the energy to transcend limitations and fears.

People have always believed that mandala has sacred power, can dispel all uncleanness and evil spirits, and give people spiritual blessings.

One of the central concepts of Buddhism is to teach followers to find inner tranquility and peace, so the symmetrical pattern of the mandala symbolizes harmony and equality, such as life and death, light and darkness, and also symbolizes the energy of spiritual rebirth. Circle after circle represents the endless and endless life of the universe.

The entire mandala 3D wooden wall art contains Buddhist insight into life and transcendent wisdom.