Interpretation of MANDALA: Dedicated to the master: Dhiravamsa
In this mandala I reflected, by means of simple drawings that I understand how duality middle path or the center of the universe.
NIGHT AND DAY: Symbolized by the moon and sun.
DARKNESS AND CLARITY: The dark (the sun) with its glow, often blinds us ..... due to its large amount of light. The clarity (the moon), is the reflection of light when we look at the starry sky at night. In the darkness you will always find a light.
MOUNTAIN AND SEA: The sea just by looking leads to peace, space, distance, the horizon always looking to get back to him and find him. The mountain, we often hides numerous beauty, when we reached the meadows, we find flowers, trees, birds, and countless species living in it, we go unnoticed, but not until we reached the summit, we discovered how small we are in the great vastness of the land.
MATERIAL AND SPIRITUAL has been reflected in these two symbols (leaf meadow of Girona and Buddha image of Wat Thailandés Traimit (reflection: What's material and spiritual in the leaf, and so the Buddha?.
POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE: Many times different people, the same thing (eg. This mandala, produces a positive or negative feeling, and even the same thing to one person, depending on the day can be positive or negative.
MALE AND FEMALE: If we all have a part of our inner feelings with male and female other, because this struggle to be equal? If deep down we already are.
LARGE AND SMALL: In this mandala, with the symbols that is drawn, it is clear how big can be a thing while tiny. The sun and the moon in some parts of the world, at dawn or dusk are very large, and remain small in the vastness of the galaxy. Depending on the distance, a mountain can be very small from a distance and very large as we approach or we have to raise. The sea is seen from a mountain small and very large when we surf it.
This mandala is circular and square at the same time.
I could go on ...... but the purpose or goal I gather after having interpreted the mandala, is for everyone to reflect on the need to take the middle path to get to the infinite, the purest, because usually the shortest and perhaps the more or less painful.
I think with wisdom, respect and trust, is teaching the world another archetype of spirituality. KHUN KHORP KHA. (Thank you)
Not having a photo of the mandala, I have inserted a picture of a mandala naturally SUN, photograph taken from a cruise in the Mediterranean.