A Flashing Mandala

flashing mandala

Mandalas are used for meditation and contemplation. They are also supposed to represent the universe, which we now know is in a constant state of change. Generally, this means mandalas are non-moving images, and (traditionally) they certainly don’t flash. This is, therefore, an attempt to update the concept of the mandala for the modern age, reflecting our current understanding of the universe.

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2 Responses to A Flashing Mandala

  1. ben3nett says:

    Mandalas vibrate at frequencies much greater and subtler than flashes and pulses of electromagnetic waves.

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