Mandala Dot Painting

Andrea Bobby

Andrea is a teacher and lifelong practitioner of Classical Yoga. Born in Thanjavur, India, she now resides in Ontario, Canada with her partner and their two German Shepherds. As the founder of BODY MIND LIGHT, she strives to propagate the authentic, original wisdom of Yoga to the world through her ONLINE SHOP and her CLASSES & MEDITATIONS. Read more...

4 Responses

  1. Thimo says:

    Hey Andrea,
    It´s always interesting that certain aspects of spirituality, religion and art can be found in different cultures and maybe connect them despite their differences! This kind of art looks really beautiful and I can tell that practicing it can lead you into a deeper stillness! Thank you for sharing!

  2. Lee says:

    Very cool article, I found this while searching for information on mandalas and had no idea about mandala dot painting. I have seen this art before but did not put two and two together until I read the article. As a person who is into meditation and also painting and artwork, I found this very cool. It also gave me more ideas about things I need to research! Thanks

  3. Hi Andrea, this is a lovely article, I haven’t heard of mandala dot painting until now, but as Lee mentions I have seen this art before too. The work and meaning involved in producing such beautiful pieces are truly outstanding! There must be a lot of dedication, time, and patience for every individual rock, making each one so unique!
    I may consider doing a project like this in the Art club I run, although a kids’ version may not be quite as impressive, but still worth a go making it easier on a bigger scale perhaps.
    Thank you for sharing such interesting information about the mandala dot painting.
    Keep up the excellent work.

  4. Carl says:

    HI Andrea,
    These designs are beautiful! I personally wouldn’t have the patience to try to do one myself, and it wouldn’t be anywhere near as beautiful as these stones. But, I can see how it would be calming and soothing for someone who has the ability to paint. I did visit your Yoga Shop and saw some very interesting gifts for people I know. The detail of these stones and designs is incredible!
    I will be stopping back here for sure.

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