Mandala Messages

I’ve shared Mandala Messages before. I get one every week so I have a lot of them. I love them for the colors and patterns and the messages. I’m going to post four here. You tell me which is your favorite and why and share your own favorite affirmations or thoughty-thoughts. 🙂

cc34d3a9-4927-4e0d-be4e-ce7d8ed6fca6 Better at this since moving to the lake.

ae52c02e-9fe6-4d6c-b46e-15d8d5d8afe8 Interesting perspective…

fb8e2cd8-5d8d-46c0-8158-bac9e6d95b68 Not too good at this.

e2ac521a-48d7-4683-8d0e-c5cbed4dff29 Definitely need to work on this one.

And so many more. Must share these again, soon. You can sign up to receive them yourself.

Mandala Art & Messages, 2181 Vancorum Circle, Loveland, CO 80538

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4 responses to “Mandala Messages

  1. I like the idea of receiving those mottos every day, Marsha. The one about the limitations appealed to me the most out of all those you posted. My husband has some sayings he lives by: “Feel the fear and do it anyway,” is one, and “This too will pass” is another. They’ve both been a great help to me, too, at one time or another 🙂

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    • Hey, Helena. I like your sayings, especially the first one.I tend to let the fear stop me. My husband’s standby is “go through the open door.”
      Sorry to be late. In Maine returning tomorrow. Spotty internet coverage. Thanks for stopping by and commenting. 🙂


  2. What beautiful artwork and thoughtful quotations. I don’t know which I appreciated more. The changing of problems into challenges resonated with me. I remember what my mother told me–The only sure thing is change.

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    • Hey, JQ. Yes I love the pictures. Remind me of a kaleidoscope. I’ve never been fond of change. Have gotten better as I’ve gotten older. My husband used to tease me, if he wanted to change something, he knew he needed to give me at least a month or more of notice. I did usually freak! I’ve been on vacation in Maine, so I’m late getting back to everyone. Thnaks for stopping by. 🙂


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