Mandala Inspiration – ‘Breathe’ for the Solar Plexus

Welcome to this week’s Mandala Inspiration called “Breathe”.

This mandala is another inspired by the chakra energy series – the Solar Plexus Chakra in particular. This chakra is located around the navel and is associated with our physical and emotional centre. When in balance the solar plexus allows us to act with integrity and confidence. This chakra is said to energise us with a source of purpose, drive and motivation.

Inner Creative - Mandala Inspiration called "Breathe". Click to see its supporting message.

The mandala’s message of inspiration:

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What’s coming up for Inner Creative – Planning tools and inspiration

2016 is just racing by here! 

 

But there’s still plenty of time to take stock and work out what would bring you the most joy or relief to have completed by the end of this year. And then most importantly, to go ahead and make it happen :-).

 

If you’ve been following me on either Facebook or Instagram, you would have seen some of the work going on behind-the-scenes. You can also get a sneak peek by checking out my new website header above (a bit like the image below).
Inner Creative website header with new and upcoming products
Today I’d like to give you an update on what’s coming up that might help you get your affairs in order or, at the very least, give you a little inspiration :-).

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Mandala Inspiration – Thank You Mandala

Welcome to this week’s Inspiration Mandala – “Thank You Mandala”.

This mandala is from my personal sketchbook collection. I created it as a thank you to send others. I love its bright and cheery colours, as well as its link to hearts and flowers.

Inner Creative - Mandala Inspiration called "Thank you". Click to see more about this image and its supporting message.

Its message for inspiration:

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Mandala Inspiration – Joy awash with hope

Welcome to this week’s Inspiration Mandala called “Joy Awash with Hope”.

This week I let you in behind the scenes to show you a bit more about the process I go through to draw my mandalas.

This mandala is from my personal sketchbook collection from about two years ago. There was a period when I would draw a mandala each day. It helped me practice drawing mandalas. I also became more comfortable in facing the blank page and the uncertainty of not knowing what mandala would emerge in the end.

After I finished drawing the day’s mandala, I would do stream of consciousness writing to reveal the mandala’s title and message for me. You can see the sketch book page below.

These pages were not created with any intention of ever showing them to anyone else. But this process has built the foundation for how I still draw mandalas to this day.

Inner Creative - Mandala Inspiration called "Joy Awash with Hope". Click to see more about this image and its supporting message.

Here is the image in greater detail.

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