MANDALA MANTRA AND BUDDHA'S EYES
In this Mandala, the inscriptions inside are a mantra in Tibetan, or a repeated prayer, in order to support the symbol in the center, which gives meaning to the Mandala. The written prayer is pronounced: "Om-mani-padme-hum" and the meaning attributed to it is universal love and compassion, which represent the foundations of Buddhism.
This mantra is probably the most famous and used in Tibetan Buddhism, and if pronounced repeatedly it has a beneficial effect in the psyche and mind.
The Buddha's eyes : it means awareness, understanding, from which knowledge comes, as well as consciousness, compassion and realization. This symbol also represents a good evolution and spiritual path.
The Lotus Flower in the corners, recalls purity, beauty, fertility, transformation and self-healing ability. In fact, in the iconography of the Buddhas and the Bodhisattva, they are depicted sitting on a throne in the shape of a lotus flower.
The material is cotton canvas, and the colors are water-soluble pigments, both minerals and organic materials, tempered with a solution of grass and glue.