Meditate with your Mandala

« Here is an easy and quick way to meditate

with your mandala, to reconnect with your inner being. »

Marlis Ladurée

  1. Your installation:


Choose a quiet place, where you will not be disturbed.

By doing this your repetitive meditation will reveal

subtle energies to allow you to focus more quickly over time.

Then place your mandala at eye level

in front of you and sit comfortably.

Keep your back straight so that the energies

can circulate well in your body.

The position of the Lotus, or half-lotus,

is most commonly used.

2. Then breath:


 Concentrate on your deep, abdominal breathing,

your inspiration and your exhalation.

Breathe slowly, and rhythmically;

count to four.


Then calmly exhale and count to five, gently,

regularly and as naturally as possible.

3. Look at your mandala:


 Look at the mandala slowly from the outside in,

clockwise and like a spiral. Take your time.

 Follow the path from the outside inwards with your eyes.

Observe the different forms, the variety of their

expression, their organization, the colors.


Once in the center of the mandala, fix your eyes

on the central point for at least three minutes.

Now close your eyes and follow your soul.

Continue breathing rhythmically.

4. Meditation can begin here:


Try to retain the image of the center of the

mandala inside your mind.

 If your mind is running, do not hold back,

let your thoughts pass you like

the clouds fly into the blue sky.


Ignore your thoughts, to ensure you keep

focusing on the breathing and the center

of the mandala that you have memorized