frequently asked questions
Mandala Frequently Asked Questions
Have a question about mandalas? For your convenience, we have included some of the frequent questions we get asked. Have a question about our mandala workshops? Head directly to our Workshops page for more information. Can’t find an answer to your question on this page? Then be sure to contact us on 0449 101 955.

Mandala is a Sanskrit word that means ‘sacred circle’.

As mandalas are universal and present in most cultures around the world as well as in nature, there are many different ways to use mandalas. We use Mandalas as tools to experience creativity, encourage contemplation and to help induce a meditative state.

When you create mandalas you can find a variety of techniques and mediums – think of the Tibetan Sand Mandalas that Buddhist monks create only to sweep them up when completed. You can work with patterns, collage or even the technique Jung used in his therapy practice.

I use a particular technique that comes from the Buddhist tradition but is also pictorial and integrated in Western aesthetic. I create mandalas from the blank paper following the technique step by step or can create a coloured base with Ecolines (liquid watercolours) and inks, and then build the mandala on top. You can see examples of my mandalas on the Gallery page.

Yes. If you would like to buy original mandala artworks and prints please call 0449 101 955 or send us a message.

We can’t wait to meet you! Head to our Workshops page to find out more or register directly through the Book Now page. Please note that payment is required in full at the time of booking.

Yes, Ameeta can offer interpretations of your mandala at the end of weekend workshops. Every element in the mandala reveals a particular emotional state, or a quality of its creator: the choice of the colours, their combination, their position and their relationships. It is, therefore, possible to ‘read’, or interpret, a mandala, as it can reveal added layers to what its creator is going through.

Mandala is a Sanskrit word that means ‘sacred circle’.

As mandalas are universal and present in most cultures around the world as well as in nature, there are many different ways to use mandalas. We use Mandalas as tools to experience creativity, encourage contemplation and to help induce a meditative state.

When you create mandalas you can find a variety of techniques and mediums – think of the Tibetan Sand Mandalas that Buddhist monks create only to sweep them up when completed. You can work with patterns, collage or even the technique Jung used in his therapy practice.

I use a particular technique that comes from the Buddhist tradition but is also pictorial and integrated in Western aesthetic. I create mandalas from the blank paper following the technique step by step or can create a coloured base with Ecolines (liquid watercolours) and inks, and then build the mandala on top. You can see examples of my mandalas on the Gallery page.

Yes. If you would like to buy original mandala artworks and prints please call 0449 101 955 or send us a message.

We can’t wait to meet you! Head to our Workshops page to find out more or register directly through the Book Now page. Please note that payment is required in full at the time of booking.

Yes, Ameeta can offer interpretations of your mandala upon request at the end of a workshop. Every element in the mandala reveals a particular emotional state, or a quality of its creator: the choice of the colours, their combination, their position and their relationships. It is, therefore, possible to ‘read’, or interpret, a mandala, as it can reveal added layers to what its creator is going through.