Coloring Animal Mandalas

Coloring Animal Mandalas: 30 Hypnotically-Beautiful, Mystical Wildlife Designs

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“From the Sanskrit word for “circle,” mandalas have been used for meditation and healing for thousands of years.

Coloring Animal Mandalas adds the beauty of the animal kingdom – including butterflies, tigers, swans, snakes, peacocks, seahorses, and even unicorns – into these intricate designs for page after page of coloring book bliss.

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As as you transform the detailed shapes in this book into stunning works of art, you’ll find yourself relaxing, focused, reaching a higher state of mindfulness, and…

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simply enjoying yourself.”

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Maybe you’re  a person like myself, who has never quite outgrown the joy of a new box of colored pencils or a new coloring book to go with them. My mother used to buy me beautiful coloring books from The Little Traveler in Geneva, IL, when I was a little girl. The designs were intricate, which I have always enjoyed, and receiving this book of mandalas from Ulysses Press was such a joyful reminder of those childhood days.

I find coloring the designs to be a very calming experience, a slowing down of my busy life which is much needed in an evening when I am too tired to read. I hope you will find pleasure from this book, too.

 

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Illustrator Wendy Peirsall is a lifelong artist who has been drawing mandala coloring pages since 2009. She lives with her husband and three children in Woodstock, Illinois. Find a time-lapsed video of her coloring the elephant mandala above here.