Mandala Monday – Finding your intuition through a mandala – Guest Post by Tameera Kemp


Finding your intuition through a mandala,
sacred geometry – the blueprint of the universe.

Author: Tameera Kemp

Mandala is Sanskrit for circle or connection and is seen as a model for the structure of life itself. This ancient motif dates back around 6,000 years. Tibetans call mandalas “Architecture of Enlightenment,” a temple or a blueprint of the universe.

Mandalas are used intuitively; there is no right or wrong way to experience one. You may begin just by looking and observing whatever form it takes.

As you gaze at the center and take in the rest with your peripheral vision, feel the energy flow between the mandala and your heart center.

The inspiration behind Light Stays came from a mandala. The fiery warmth of the lower or base chakras form the colour.

The origin of a mandala is a dot from the centre free of dimensions meaning seed, sperm or drop. Mandalas are a sacred space often featuring the world around or about you.

They represent inner and outer energies; many are formed as circles but can picture a wide range of shapes. Mandalas come in all forms of colours and sizes.

© Nivedita Patil

Often the lotus flower and the Flower of Life can influence a mandalas creation.

Flower of Life

Visiting an art retreat teaching mandala drawing programs is a great way to express and immerse yourself whilst discovering this beautiful ancient art.

I’ve loved mandalas for as long as I can remember. I find them useful whilst meditating, gaining clarity or inspiration. They bring a beautiful energy to your home or place of work and a sense of peace.

A mandala can rejuvenate your mind, body and spirit and your energies. They are the perfect tool to meditate with and can often centre your thoughts and mind.

Giving a child an outline of a mandala to colour will help calm their energies and release their imagination. Try giving them an assortment of colours to work with and see how their focus evolves.

The mandala comes from many parts of life we often don’t see. It’s in nature, flowers, the sun and moon, the stars and the sky.

A mandala is a sacred gift to share with someone. Colours can be associated with orange for communication, blues for intuition, purple for spirituality, pink for love, green for nature and, yellow for uplifting, earth for grounding and black for mystery.

Images from Wikimedia Commons

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About the Author

Tameera Kemp is the founder of Light Stays Retreats and Living; a global holistic lifestyle guide featuring advanced listings of retreats, programs, classes, events and workshops.

She travelled globally from the early 90’s whilst working in health and education sectors. Tameera enjoys visiting retreats and taking regular classes to balance energy, increase awareness and gain new perspective.

Tameera’s interest and study in alternative therapies and metaphysics began as a teenager. She’s practised astrology and numerology for around 20 years assisting people with life cycles, direction, clarity and understanding.

She has a special interest in:

– Websites and their power to connect people worldwide.
– Blogging and social media.
– Developing online resources to enrich personal development, wellbeing, creativity, travel and growth.
– Creating a global community of likeminded others who love travel, wellbeing and want to achieve a better way of living.

Tameera wants to empower others through Light Stays state-of-the-art resources, sharing experience and knowledge to connect people and businesses worldwide.

Tameera established Light Stays Retreats and Living in 2011 creating her dream global resource to inspire and guide your journey.


I look forward to your thoughts and comments!

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