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Mandala Coloring Pages 1.4

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Sometimes being an adult is not so much fun, right? Try Mandala Coloring Pages - adult coloring book with amazing mandala designs and coloring pages for adults. Make a quick run-away from the stress of the adult life and stop thinking about work, troubles raising kids and financial problems.
You are the most important person in your life – being the best you means being the best for people around you, SO GET MANDALA COLORING PAGES NOW AND NOURISH YOUR MIND!

WHAT ARE MANDALA COLORING PAGES?

Mandala (Sanskrit: “circle”) is a geometric shape that has no beginning or end. Would you be surprised to learn that mandalas have existed since the beginning of time? Are you aware that you witness mandala’s beauty every day? Mandala shapes are around us - the Earth, the Sun, the Moon, nature and life itself. Mandala coloring books for adults have spiritual and mindful characteristics, relieve stress and inspire creativity in people. Adult coloring books containing mandala drawings and patterns such as mandala flower, for example, have been proven to have anti-stress impact on people and recover the mind. A mandala coloring book is made of detailed adult coloring pages and complex mandala art design that require full attention and focus. This helps you to express your feelings through coloring and creates a feeling of accomplishment once you've completed your coloring page. Download Mandala Coloring Pages for adults and start a mind journey to the world free of anxiety and stress!
ADVANTAGES OF MANDALA COLORING BOOK

Mandala coloring book for adults can be a great way to utilize mandala in practicing mindfulness and focus, or as a simple relaxing activity. Many cultures used them throughout the centuries as a part of their spiritual practice and religious rituals. Buddhists, Tibetans and Hindus have all derived meaning from the mandala and its beauty. Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung called the mandala “a representation of the unconscious mind”.

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