Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Mandala ring with Orange sky flower mandala




Red flower Mandala ring









Orange sky flower mandala

Acryl on paper



Mandala earrings with Green sky flower mandala




Green sky flower Mandala earrings













Friday, April 18, 2014

Mandala necklace with Night lily mandala




Night lily Mandala necklace









Night lily mandala

Acryl on paper




Mandala ring with Green star mandala




Green star Mandala ring








Mandala earrings with Red sky flower mandala




Red sky flower Mandala earrings













Red flower Mandala earrings.

Mandala earrings in vintage style have made by me with lot of love.

Beautiful antique bronze earrings features a image of my original drawing Mandala.
 


Friday, April 11, 2014

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Amulet




Amulet







An amulet (Latin amuletum) can be any object but its most important characteristic is its alleged power to protect its owner from danger or harm. Amulets are different from talismans as a talisman is believed to bring luck or some other benefit, though it can offer protection as well. Amulets are often confused with pendants—charms that hang from necklaces—any given pendant may indeed be an amulet, but so may any other charm which purports to protect its owner from danger.

Potential amulets include gems, especially engraved gems, statues, coins, drawings, pendants, rings, plants and animals; even words in the form of a magical spell or incantation to repel evil or bad luck.

The word "amulet" comes from the Latin amuletum; the earliest extant use of the term is in Pliny's Natural History, meaning "an object that protects a person from trouble".

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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Mandala amulet with Second chakra mandala




Second Chakra Mandala amulet












Print of original Mandala painting in vintage pendant.

This is Second Chakra Mandala.

Necklace is amulet too.



Swadhisthana is described as a black lotus, with six vermillion-colored petals which have the following syllables written on them in the colour of lightning: बं baṃ, भं bhaṃ, मं maṃ, यं yaṃ, रं raṃ and लं laṃ.
Inside this lotus is a white crescent moon, formed by two different sized inner circles, one inside the other. The crescent moon is the water region presided over by Varuna, who is white in color, four-armed, holds a noose and is seated on a crocodile. The two inner circles also have petals; the larger one eight outward facing petals, and the smaller one eight inward facing petals.
The seed mantra, located in the innermost circle, is a moon-white वं vaṃ. Within the bindu, or dot, above the mantra is the deity Vishnu. He is dark blue, wears a yellow dhoti, and holds a conch, a mace, a wheel and a lotus. He wears the shriwatsa mark, and the koustabha gem. He is seated either on a pink lotus, or on the divine eagle Garuda. His Shakti is the goddess Rakini (or Chakini). She is black, dressed in red or white, seated on a red lotus. She is either one faced and two armed, holding a sword and a shield, or two faced and four armed, holding a trident, lotus, drum and vajra, or an arrow, skull, drum and axe.

The six petals represent the following modes of consciousness, also known as vrittis: affection, pitilessness, feeling of all-destructiveness, delusion, disdain and suspicion.
Swadhisthana is associated with the unconscious, and with emotion. It is closely related to the Muladhara in that Swadhisthana is where the different samskaras (potential karmas), lie dormant, and Muladhara is where these samskaras find expression. It is associated with the element of water, the sense of taste, and the act of procreation.
Swadhisthana contains unconscious desires, especially sexual desire, and it is said, to raise the kundalini shakti (energy of consciousness) above Swadhisthana is extremely difficult for this reason. Many saints have had to face the sexual temptations associated with this chakra.
One who meditates on Swadhisthana is believed to obtain the following siddhis or occult powers: freedom from enemies; the status of a lord among yogis; eloquence and clarity (words flowing like nectar in well-reasoned discourse); loss of fear of water; awareness of astral entities; and the ability to taste anything desired for oneself or others.



Friday, April 4, 2014

Music relaxation




Beautiful music for meditation






…the glow produced by a state of total awareness, is seen as a burst of incandescence in the entire luminous egg. It is an explosion of light of such a magnitude that the boundaries of the shell are diffused and the inside emanations extend themselves beyond…For seers, this is the moment when they burn from within…And in full awareness they fuse themselves to the emanations at large, and glide into eternity.
- don Juan Matus

Igniting ‘the fire from within,’ burning with a glow of awareness inside, is the moment when all of the inter-connecting parts of ourselves – our minds, bodies, emotions, and spirits – fuse in a single, luminous burst of cohesion, propelling us into infinity. And in preparation for this culminating event, the ancients sought to experience their ‘internal fire burning within’ – in their passion for living during their earth-walk, in all aspects of their lives.
Our ancestors watched the moon and galaxies move across the night sky, and daringly laid out their cities and planned their migrations based upon their observations. They noticed how many days of sun were followed by how many days of rain and then sun again, and, guided only by their internal knowing, measured the seasons in months and determined when to plant and harvest. They paid attention to the cycles of sun, Earth and Moon, light and dark, and developed, without precedent, a twenty-four hour system of marking time.
Creatively living lives inspired by the earth and its wonders, those seers shared in the earth’s emanations. They aligned their minds, bodies, emotions and spirits, igniting the emanations they shared with the earth, much like the way air, matter, water, and heat mix to fire the earth’s core, and swam amidst the earth’s currents, receiving and feeling its energetic boost.
This endeavor remains possible today. Knowing our daily cycle of when we ‘simmer with passion within’ and when we don’t, within the cycle of the earth’s light and dark, activity and calm, gives us the power to creatively live and manifest our most longed-for dreams with the ‘spark of presence’ — our ability to bring our best selves to the situation at hand.
And so we must ask ourselves: Do we know when our minds, bodies, emotions and spirits come into alignment, glowing with fervor, and when they calm and cool? Are we aware at which part of the day, afternoon or night we ‘glimmer from within’ and when we ‘cool off?’ And if we are aware of this flow – do we plan our physical activity when we are most physically adept, our work projects and decision-making when most mentally alert, our time with loved ones and friends when emotionally available, our deepest connection with spirit when most inspired, and our sleep and nurturance when we naturally relax?
Aligning ourselves in this way, choosing to live within our own internal cycle of fire and calm in alignment with the earth’s cycle, saves us energy. We may no longer find ourselves running breathlessly after every invitation, saying ‘yes’ out of duty, guilt, or the search for approval or affection. Similarly, we may find ourselves no longer saying ‘no’ to important possibilities, because of lack of energy, being unprepared, and possible fear of failure or looking foolish. Instead, we can develop seers’ impeccability — the art of knowing and checking in with ourselves and our internal rhythm, and deciding when in our days, in our lives, is our best time to act, refrain, share and exude with others, and rest.

Vintage Gaudy Mandala




Vintage Gaudy Mandala





Original Gaudy Mandala put on antique paper.


Ethno Mandala necklace



Ethno Mandala necklace














This unique Mandala necklace has made by me with a lot of love and care.

The pendant measures are 1,9 inch ( 4,8 cm ) round and is hung on an 20 inch ( 50 cm ) black satin ribbon.

Pendant is created with a antique metal base and my original artwork.

Artwork is printed on high quality photo paper which is protected by resin glaze.