Courage Mandala Square Framed Print
Square Framed Courage Mandala Print
Feng Shui means “wind/water” and is the ancient art aligning objects with the forces of nature to enhance our lives. Energy or “qi” (pronounced “chi”) is all around us and can be harnessed to improve the quality of our everyday lives.
The energy in our homes and around our person can enhance or impede our lives. Our prosperity; fame and reputation; Love and relationships; family; health; creativity and children; wisdom (skills and knowledge); career; and helpful people and travel are all affected by qi.
|In feng shui, the home is divided into 9 zones called the bagua. Each section influences a different aspect of our lives. So you want to make sure the energy is positive and powerful to help you achieve your aims in life. For example, if you wanted to attract new love into your life, you would enhance the back, right section of your home which effects relationships and love. You attract good energy, first by clearing a space and removing negative influences, and then by intentionally placing items in the space that represent the outcome you want to achieve.|
Feng Shui Mandalas help attract positive energy to your space. Not only are they beautiful, but they are created using symbols, colors, and objects that are harmonious with your intentions.
What are Mandalas?
Mandala comes from a Sanskrit word meaning "circle” or "completion” and represents the Cosmos. Mandalas are used as spiritual teaching tools, to establish a sacred space, and as an aid to meditation. Plus they can attract positive energy to your person or your space.
Feng Shui Mandalas - Courage
This mandala was created to radiate and attract courage. It was created with a collage of images that symbolize this quality. A lioness, borage (which is a plant that represents courage), golden fish, a dagger, Thor’s hammer, a lotus, and a sunset. Use this mandala to project confidence and attract valor.
“I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.” – Nelson Mandela