happy Easter MandalaPrescription 15 was inspired by a tweet from Angela Artemis who was the catalyst for this  prescription series. I love mandalas and doodling is something I used to do when sitting in lectures, at conferences etc and not something I have done recently. Angela’s tweet Angela Artemis Angela Artemis Making Mandalas: A Magical Process: wp.me/pb32d-26y took me to this wonderful post from Timethief who asks: Are you a doodler? Have you ever drawn mandalas ? She then goes on the explain the history and meaning of mandalas. Her post led me to this wonderful video which both inspired me and has opened up a pandoras box of delights that I will have to be careful do not become distractions! Enjoy

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4 Responses

  1. Suzie,
    I love mandalas – I use them with my students.
    But I’ve always used ready made ones.
    From now on I’ll encourage them to make their own.
    I can’t wait.
    Thanks for your inspiration – both of you.
    Heather x

    1. Hi Heather,
      Yes I too love mandalas and hadn’t seen them as a way of doodling plus it is so much fun. My next venture is to make some moving ones.

  2. I’m so pleased that you like my mandala article and the video I selected to place in it. I have been doodling since I first picked up a crayon and it’s always nice when I meet a fellow doodler online. Best wishes. 🙂

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