Medium Mandala Paper 5 Sheets Set (360mm~380mm)

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Mandala Paper

Please note we sell in sets of 5 sheets.
These Mandala template papers are sourced specially from Japan.
They are shipped in cardboard tubes.

 

 

Background of Mandala

Mandalas (Sanskrit for circle) have symbolic meaning in Buddhist and Hindu traditions.  Anyone can write a mandala.  Words hold power and as we write, the power of the words we choose are poured into the mandala. Once a mandala is completed, it continually emits the vibration of our intentions to the world.  Mandala writing is a powerful daily meditation technique.

Different examples of Mandalas you can write

Words of Infinite Light - By choosing our words carefully, we can focus on the qualities that we most want.  Use one or more of the 49 Words of Light, or choose your own.

Gratitude to Nature - Be aware of your inherent connection with nature and send gratitude to all its aspects of nature.  Examples: The Earth. The Sun. Air. Fire. Water. The Ocean. The Mountains. Food. Plants. Animals. Minerals. Microorganisms. Heavenly Phenomena. The Physical Body.  

Therapeutic benefits

Every one of us can benefit from creating a mandala.  By using only positive words and phrases, over and over, the process can shift the focus of our thoughts, retrain our minds, and help us to become the better person that we would like to be.  Being present in the moment, writing a mandala, is a mindful experience.  An opportunity to consider what is important to you:

  • Think well of yourself. Love yourself. Record all your strengths and good points. Use opposite words to boost how you feel (e.g. Infinite Happiness if you feel sad), thereby imbuing yourself with the qualities that you wish to have. By bringing these intentions into your consciousness, they enter your body and will manifest in how you project yourself.
  • Take time to fully appreciate the world, your life, and your loved ones.
  • Help tackle a difficult time in your life by focusing on the positive outcomes and your intentions. 

How to create your Mandala

You may use pencil, ink, or whatever you prefer to create your mandala.  You may use one or many colours, and you may create a design or image.  Choose what feels right for you and remember it doesn’t matter how it looks – you make it for yourself alone.

Start writing at the very centre, on the vertical line, in the direction of your chosen language, i.e. clockwise for English, anti-clockwise for Arabic.  Write a continuous line of letters, leaving no spaces between your words or sentences.  Continue until the end of this circle, then, move up to the next circle, once again starting on the vertical line.  Your words may be split between circles and this is absolutely fine.  However, as you near the end of the very last circle, you must make sure that you complete your remaining words (sequence) fitting, and filling, the space right to the end of the circle.

You can write any positive and meaningful words, phrases, thoughts, prayers, poems, songs, and so on, that are appropriate to you and the mandala that you are creating.  You can also write the same combination of words over and over.

Breathing

As you write your mandala, work with your breath. This helps you to focus on the present moment, your words and to channel their power.

Breathe in and hold your breath as you write, stop writing as you exhale, then breathe in and continue. If it is too much to hold your breath, then don’t worry, listen to your body and do what is best for you.


Here are some interesting articles on Mandalas by Genevieve Balance-Kupang
Mandala as a symbol of the self, spirituality and wholeness
The phenomenon of mandala-making

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Delivery info

We aim to process orders within 2 to 5 working days.  UK orders - delivery is via 'Royal Mail 1st Class Signed For' which usually takes 1-2 days.  International orders - please allow extra time due to uncertainty around COVID-19 and Brexit, it can take up to 21 days.

Customs, Duties & Taxes (International & EU)

Due to Brexit and rules of origin, you may incur a tariff upon import into the EU.  Allanton Peace Shop is not responsible for any International or EU customs and taxes applied to your order.  All fees imposed during or after shipping are the responsibility of the customer (tariffs, taxes, etc.).

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Mandala Paper

Please note we sell in sets of 5 sheets.
These Mandala template papers are sourced specially from Japan.
They are shipped in cardboard tubes.

 

 

Background of Mandala

Mandalas (Sanskrit for circle) have symbolic meaning in Buddhist and Hindu traditions.  Anyone can write a mandala.  Words hold power and as we write, the power of the words we choose are poured into the mandala. Once a mandala is completed, it continually emits the vibration of our intentions to the world.  Mandala writing is a powerful daily meditation technique.

Different examples of Mandalas you can write

Words of Infinite Light - By choosing our words carefully, we can focus on the qualities that we most want.  Use one or more of the 49 Words of Light, or choose your own.

Gratitude to Nature - Be aware of your inherent connection with nature and send gratitude to all its aspects of nature.  Examples: The Earth. The Sun. Air. Fire. Water. The Ocean. The Mountains. Food. Plants. Animals. Minerals. Microorganisms. Heavenly Phenomena. The Physical Body.  

Therapeutic benefits

Every one of us can benefit from creating a mandala.  By using only positive words and phrases, over and over, the process can shift the focus of our thoughts, retrain our minds, and help us to become the better person that we would like to be.  Being present in the moment, writing a mandala, is a mindful experience.  An opportunity to consider what is important to you:

  • Think well of yourself. Love yourself. Record all your strengths and good points. Use opposite words to boost how you feel (e.g. Infinite Happiness if you feel sad), thereby imbuing yourself with the qualities that you wish to have. By bringing these intentions into your consciousness, they enter your body and will manifest in how you project yourself.
  • Take time to fully appreciate the world, your life, and your loved ones.
  • Help tackle a difficult time in your life by focusing on the positive outcomes and your intentions. 

How to create your Mandala

You may use pencil, ink, or whatever you prefer to create your mandala.  You may use one or many colours, and you may create a design or image.  Choose what feels right for you and remember it doesn’t matter how it looks – you make it for yourself alone.

Start writing at the very centre, on the vertical line, in the direction of your chosen language, i.e. clockwise for English, anti-clockwise for Arabic.  Write a continuous line of letters, leaving no spaces between your words or sentences.  Continue until the end of this circle, then, move up to the next circle, once again starting on the vertical line.  Your words may be split between circles and this is absolutely fine.  However, as you near the end of the very last circle, you must make sure that you complete your remaining words (sequence) fitting, and filling, the space right to the end of the circle.

You can write any positive and meaningful words, phrases, thoughts, prayers, poems, songs, and so on, that are appropriate to you and the mandala that you are creating.  You can also write the same combination of words over and over.

Breathing

As you write your mandala, work with your breath. This helps you to focus on the present moment, your words and to channel their power.

Breathe in and hold your breath as you write, stop writing as you exhale, then breathe in and continue. If it is too much to hold your breath, then don’t worry, listen to your body and do what is best for you.


Here are some interesting articles on Mandalas by Genevieve Balance-Kupang
Mandala as a symbol of the self, spirituality and wholeness
The phenomenon of mandala-making

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Delivery info

We aim to process orders within 2 to 5 working days.  UK orders - delivery is via 'Royal Mail 1st Class Signed For' which usually takes 1-2 days.  International orders - please allow extra time due to uncertainty around COVID-19 and Brexit, it can take up to 21 days.

Customs, Duties & Taxes (International & EU)

Due to Brexit and rules of origin, you may incur a tariff upon import into the EU.  Allanton Peace Shop is not responsible for any International or EU customs and taxes applied to your order.  All fees imposed during or after shipping are the responsibility of the customer (tariffs, taxes, etc.).

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Shipping Prices

T-shirts, Sweatshirts, Hoodies, Joggers, Shorts, Art Prints and Tote Bags:

UK Standard Delivery £4.00
EU Delivery £6.00
International Delivery £7.00

Apron, Books, Candles, Mandalas, Small Peace Poles:

Weight dependant

Large Outdoor Peace Poles

UK Delivery £35
EU Delivery £150

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Delivery Info

Our lead time for production is currently 7 working days (due to COVID - it's taking longer than usual).  Usually, we aim to produce orders within 3 to 5 working days plus shipping time is added on top.  UK orders - delivery is 1-2 days after production.  International orders -  please allow extra time, it can take up to 21 days.

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Customs, Duties & Taxes (International & EU)

Due to Brexit and rules of origin, you may incur a tariff upon import into the EU.  Allanton Peace Shop is not responsible for any International or EU customs and taxes applied to your order.  All fees imposed during or after shipping are the responsibility of the customer (tariffs, taxes, etc.).

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Returns

Each product is printed to order, so unless there is a fault with the item we don’t accept returns or exchanges.  
"What do I do if the product is faulty?"  Whilst rare, it does occasionally happen. Simply email us.