A small vajra sits in the centre of an opulent lotus flower. Printable mandala coloring is great for both casual coloring and mindfulness coloring.
Lotus Vajra is one of the twelve mandalas in the “Vajra Mandalas” Candy Hippie coloring book.
Product details about this printable mandala coloring page:
This single coloring page will be ready for you to download and print as many times as you want upon purchase. The PDF is not watermarked or signed. It’s sized for an 8.5×11-inch page with 1/2-inch margins, and can also be printed on A4 paper. Candy Hippie designed this mandala coloring page digitally, then touched it up further for a perfectly professional, clean image. The printed product will have smooth lines without unwanted marks or visible pixellation.
Tips for printing this printable mandala coloring page:
Print using a laser printer to prevent smudging during coloring, especially if you’ll be using ink or paint rather than colored pencils or crayons. You may want to print on card stock rather than plain paper to prevent your pigments warping or bleeding through your page.
Please do not sell the PDF files you buy from Candy Hippie and do not sell printed copies, or use the image(s) for any commercial use. You are welcome to give printed copies of Candy Hippie coloring pages unaltered to people you know as gifts, but the artist requires that you please do not give away copies of the file itself. Thank you very much for understanding! ^_^
“The harmony of the world is made manifest in Form and Number, and the heart and soul and all the poetry of Natural Philosophy are embodied in the concept of mathematical beauty.”
– D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson
“Mandala simply means ‘center and surroundings.’ That is what we see in a mandala – a circle that contains a square…The practice of a mandala is simply to place ourselves in the middle of it and learn to relate with the social structure and atmosphere around us as a sacred environment.”
– Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche
“In the state of consciousness natural to the field within the mandala – that of Self-realization, or non-duality – such opposites as inner and outer, or subjective and objective, male or female, matter and spirit, are all grasped as connected, married, ultimately unified.”
– Judith Cornell