When the features editor of Spirit & Destiny Magazine wrote to me in September 2015 to invite me to write an article on how to draw mandalas, I jumped at the chance to be in Britain’s best selling spiritual lifestyle magazine!
When I am back in the UK, I always pick up a copy, so you can image my excitement receiving an email titled “hello from Spirit & Destiny” in my inbox one morning.
How to Draw a Mandala article – April 2016 issue
Every month, Spirit & Destiny publish a printed magazine which caters for the essential, inner you – the person who is open-minded and fascinated by the deeper things in life. Every month, you’ll find feel-good articles on all things alternative, designed to feed your mind, body and spirit.
Inspirational features on holistic health, natural beauty, emotional intelligence, spirituality and advice from our experts in psychic phenomena, astrology, guardian angels, white magic, tarot, spiritual life-coaching, eco living and more, so you’re sure to find something to help you embark on a journey of self-discovery.
Spirit & Destiny have a circulation of 36,279, an adult readership of 71,529!
If you are in the UK, copies are available now through all major newsagents and online.
If you would like to dive into the world of mandala drawing, coloring and making, take a look at the mandala online classes that I offer below. If you would like to take all three, i also offer a bundle package here. All classes are self-paced, so no timetable to keep to and you have lifetime access to all of the content!
Whether you strive for structure or love to doodle, you will find endless joy in drawing, coloring and creating mixed media mandalas that will soon become addictive and fun!
Want to explore more about Mandalas?
- Pop on over to my FREE coloring pages and videos here
2. Try out my FREE Mandala exploration videos in my Creative Library
3. Join me for my online mandala classes!
4. Buy the new Mandala for the Inspired Artist book – out 1 April!
YAY! You can now download the pdf of the ‘Spirit & Destiny’ article from this blog post, just click on the article image. Print it off and draw your own mandalas. Would love to see what you create. xx