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© 2010, David J. Bookbinder.

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FLOWER MANDALAS I

My motivation in creating the mandala images displayed here was to heal from a decade of physical and emotional trauma, the consequence of a near-fatal event in Albany, New York, in 1993. My use of the hexagram (the Star of David, "beloved" in Hebrew) as the organizing shape for most of the mandala images was subconscious, but I believe this choice was no accident. In many traditions, the Star of David, composed of two overlapping triangles, represents the reconciliation of opposites — male/female, fire/water, and so on. Their combination symbolizes unity and harmony. Listening to what the mandalas were telling me led me out of a dark place and, indirectly, to my decision to become a psychotherapist.

NOTE: The most current collection of Flower Mandalas is available at flowermandalas.org.

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Please contact me if you are interested in licensing any of these images or in special orders. Prints can be purchased directly from this website. You can also order a selection of framed Flower Mandala images from Pixels.com or Flower Mandala images printed on tiles, cards, ornaments, journals, and other products from CafePress.com.

 

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