Mandala of the Holy Cross
Created long ago with Mandala Maker. This image was resurrected and given new life through Dynamic Auto Painter software program. I added a new brush style, so the image looks like it was painted with a heavy brush with low detail. As a mandala it has a meditative quality and begs the viewer to look closer at its religious significance.
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Mandala in Neon
Because of their circular appearance, mandalas have a mystic side to them.
Their circular form represent neither beginning nor end. They represent the cycle of birth, death and rebirth, a cycle that the Buddha sought to end by reaching Nirvana.
Life itself is a complicated revolution of individual elements, which shows that the interior of the mandala is never the same, like the whorls of fingerprints.
We are all unique, with the blessing to make our lives outstanding in some way. What we make of life and how we do it creates the beauty that mandalas represent.
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