Today, I am so pleased to share a little showcase with Rosalina Bojadschijew who joined one of my Mixed Media Mandala classes.
What kind of mandalas have you explored before?
Before the mandala class I did not know too much about mandalas. I think I may have attempted to draw one and it turned out pretty bad. I am aware of the spiritual nature of the mandala and really wanted to learn how to create these beautiful circles so I took your class.
What is it you love most about mandalas?
What I really love about mandalas is the intuitive and healing nature. Once I learned how to construct an eight point mandala, I really enjoyed the meditative process. It really was a kind of meditation.
I really loved the colors in this mandala, I also love that the middle circle is a little different and incorporates a square. When I painted this mandala I used an intuitive approach.
What kind of mandalas do you love to create with the most?
Personally my favorite mandalas to create are the eight point mandala and the intuitive mandala where I just play with circles of colors on the paper.
What excited you most about taking part in the “Mixed Media Mandala” class
Everything about the class excited me. I love all the different demonstrations and all the extras you included like a meditation audio. I also love the private Facebook group and all the interaction.
This is one of my favorites because of the fun colors and patterns that I incorporated. Also I was listening to a spiritual podcast while creating this mandala.
Which was your favourite part and why? What did you enjoy most about the class?
My favorite part about the class was the Sound, water, sky section. I learned so many cool things in that section. The way that mantras create vibrations and that these vibrations can be seen as circular patterns like mandalas is amazing.
In what ways did the course open up a new world of Mandala creating for you?
Oh the course had a profound affect. First, I started the 100 days of mandala challenge which was so much fun. In addition I now incorporate mandalas in my art work. Sometimes I am called to create a mandala as a form of healing.
This is was lots of fun because I didn’t follow any rules but just moved paint around on paper. Again a very intuitive approach. This is one in particular was very meditative in nature.
What are some of the areas covered in the class, that you would like to continue to explore?
I definitely want to explore sacred geometry a bit more.
What are the top 3 things you are taking away from this class?
I have taken away so much more than just three things from the class. But if I have to pick just three, I would day that I learned that mandalas can be found anywhere especially in nature. Also I learned that mandalas are healing and meditative. In addition, I learned to let go and just create without the need for a perfectly geometrical mandala.
Rosalina Bojadschijew is a spiritual being, and artist and a mother to two children.
Join the next Mixed Media Mandala class!
Would you like to explore the sacred circle and mixed media mandalas further? I would love for you to join me to dive deeply in the 4 week “Mixed Media Mandalas” online class.
By the end of class, you will have a journal full of sacred circles and at least one finished mixed media piece of artwork to hang on your wall.