They exhibited the Mandalas of Marlis
The concept “ArtMeditate” with Marlis Ladurée Printed Mandalas
ArtMeditate is the first ArtConcept made to aid your meditation.
It has been created under the direction of Marlis Ladurée, the specialist of Contemporary Mandalas.
Whether you are interested in meditation or practising it, there is a Mandala to guide
you in your meditation and to light up your home or workspace with wellness.
The Certificat of Authenticity guarantees that this is
a reproduction of an original and genuine Marlis Ladurée painting.
The reproduction certified professional quality print is signed and certified by the artist .
Meditation has been shown to be beneficial for highly successful and happy people. The positive impact on our health and well being has been proven by thousands of studies. Great researchers in Harvard, Stanford and Yale universities have proven the benefits of meditation as a powerful tool to help people in their daily life.
The secret of a Mandala lies in its circular structure organized around a central point. It radiates an image of order and a sense of wonder which may guide you to contemplation. Marlis’ vision is recapturing in her paintings the power of Mandalas for your own bliss and well-being.
We created an easy and fast way to meditate with your Mandala to help you to reconnect with your inner being. Discover through your chosen Mandala the magic of the human psyche and its hidden pattern behind it, to understand who you are and to achieve your personal and professional development.
Choose the right Mandala
According to some Tibetan monks, it is no coincidence how we choose a Mandala. They are chosen with a certain affinity.
A natural attraction is spontaneously exerted onto a Mandala which is created by our own personality and built from our existence.
There seems to be a real osmosis between us and our chosen Mandala.
This relationship naturally gives rise to the beneficial effect of the Mandala: that of peace, tranquility and well-being.
Marlis Ladurée has exhibited her works in many countries including UNESCO in Paris, the United Nations in Geneva and the Grande Arche roof-top in La Défense near Paris, where her art contributed to the promotion of peace, spirituality, creativity, imaginery and visionary art.