contemporary term for
"classic mandalas" is "Divine Perfection Patterns®".
Dr. Carl Jung
was the most accurate and successful
psychiatric researcher ever. He was the Tiger Woods and the
Michael Jaordan of psychology and unconscious symbolism. Or
supply your own names if you are too young for those examples.
of the Dine of Tibet and New Mexico, have features in common with other
mandalas that Dr. Jung found in all folks and all cultures. This is
what I will tell you about.
article does narrow down the
Tibetan or Hindu yantra, but also tells to you what they
have in common with all other classic mandalas.
mandala/medicine wheel --
a Divine Perfection Pattern® -- is a visual image that instructs our
subconscious mind to make us to be complete, balanced, happy, and
-- the American
Skraelin forms -- are also called "mandalas" and "Divine Perfection
Patterns". The one special kind of mandalas that Dr. Jung
discovered may be the most benefical form of
The Navajo use
them for healin
the sick. They serve to produce an inner order; express the
idea of a safe refuge of inner reconciliation and wholeness.
We, of the
Symbolic Saviors®, wish
to be of great benefit to the creatures of this world, and therefore we
promote Divine Perfection Patterns®.
below, after vid-e-o)
This Video (Below Left) Is A
Divine Perfection Pattern® Mandala
means "circle" in Sanskrit. The most beneficial kind of
mandala to be looked at is called a "Medicine Wheel" or a "Divine
Perfection Pattern®". Famous researcher Carl Jung discovered
everybody has a Divine® in his subconscious mind.
come into dreams and visions whenever the person's personality becomes
balanced; whenever we become psychologically healthy.
benefit to be had when we gaze at the beautiful Divine
Perfection Patterns®. Jung discovered that Divine Perfection
Patterns represent the four elements of the human personality,
and harmonized by "the selph".
for the selph are "soul", "God within", "inner child", "inner guide",
"still small voice", and so on.
interviewed thousands of patients, and researched into ancient writins
and all of the world's cultures. Divine Perfection Patterns®
universal. They are found in all cultures and in everybody's
symbolizes spirit and the element four represents the material
world. Whe the four elements rotate, they make a circle, thus
unifyin spirit and matter.
elements of personality are intellect, intuition, sensation, and feelin.
They can be
designed to be suitable for Fen Shui Remedies. They are
called Divine Perfection Patterns®. They are Jung subliminal
personality-balancin Mandalas Let us notify you when the art will be
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observed patterns in the structure of mandalas that turned up in
interviews of his patients. These patterns also repeated in
old alchemical writins and in the art of many cultures.
mandalas of patients were sometimes from dreams, and at other times
were free creations of fantasy, during chaotic states of disorientation
or panic. Patients declare that such pictures benefit and soothe them.
psychic (psychological) phenomena, they appear spontaneously in:
certain states of conflict
only individual (personal) mandalas done by patients, the overwhelmin
majority have in the middle one of the followin:
Dynamics in Nature and Society
Volume 5 (2000), Issue 1, Pages 19-28
for Chaos Studies at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, P.O. Box 653,
Beer-Sheva 84105, Israel
Received 22 October 1998
discrete chaotic dynamics algorithms different patterns in a form of
mandalas have been generated. This fact gives us the possibility to
make a link between mechanism of biochemical reaction dynamics
undergoing in brain resulted to the brain creativity process in form of
patterns can be related to the space distributed chemicals according to
the law of extended principle of maximum entropy, consideration of the
information exchange during biochemical transformations, mass
conservation law and discrete chaotic dynamics principles.
How to Cite
“Theoretical foundation for jung's “Mandala Symbolism” based on
discrete chaotic dynamics of interacting neurons,” Discrete
Dynamics in Nature and Society, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 19-28,
(number four) -- A well-known symbol of the Supreme Deity,
indistinguishable from the selph (dialectic variant of the word,
meanings of number 4:
plural. From the dirty stinkin kabala. It refers to
the 4 elements of the elemental world.
-- Animals represent the instinctive forces of the unconscious.
-- Man, or mankind, or the person, after havin been made to be whole.
It is the Greek word for man. The anthropos is formed, when the
rotundum matures enough to balance the 4 elements. This balancin, of
the 4 elements, is known as "squarin the circle".
-- same as
shards, which come from outside the wholeness.
-- could mean stillness, or could mean unconsciousness.
-- division of wholeness into separate parts.
-- These are 4 characteristics of the lower darkness of the "elemental
-- Please see the numeral "4" at the beginning of this
glossary.integrity -- same as wholeness. The opposite is
-- From the dirty stinkin kabala. Same as shards, which come
from outside the wholeness. In Hebrew, this word
means peels, shells, or matter.
- "Orphic" means that the concept comes from the
alleged writins of Orpheus. The Orphic egg betokens the beginnin of the
world, the germ of life. It is shown by a snake, coiled in a spiral,
around a middle. It is a kind, of rotundum (round thin).
- Variant spellin of "uroboros".
- what is not whole is plural or else is death or dead.
-- (singular -- putamen) same as shards, which come from outside the
wholeness. Literally, "pruned", or the material that falls
off in prunin.
-- This word has the same symbolism as the numeral "4", which please
see at the beginnin of this glossary.
of the circle -- Symbolizes the gettin, of a bond, between
the world of spirit, and the material world. Spirit is symbolized by
roundness. The material world is symbolized by the number 4, and it has
been found, to have 4 attributes, sometimes betokened by fire, earth,
air, and water.
The outpourin of the 4
attributes shows itself as
intuition, sensation, intellect, and emotion.
-- This is an
alchemical term. Literally it means "round thing".
The soul or selph is considered to be round. Other symbols,
which may not be round, are said to symbolize things that are round, in
the world that is hidden from the 5 material senses.
Thus Mercurius, the
Philosopher's Stone, the Inner
Man, the High Self, are all called "rotunda", because they can be used
to symbolize the inner selph.
-- Refers to the 4 elements and the 7 fallen kins, which
abide outside of wholeness. They are also called scoriae,
slag, putamina, klippoth, and cortices. These are attributes
of plurality and death.
-- From the Greek word, for "cut". It is a piece of land that has been
put apart, to be the abode of a king. An token, of a temenos either
circular, or with a multiple of 4 equal sides, betokens the selph. It
can take the shape of a castle, a city, or a courtyard.
-- same as wholeness.
-- The Wiktionary says, that the word is Greek for "tail eater". It is
an image, of a worm or snake, eatin its own tail.
idea, that is
symbolized, is the natural cycle of birth and
decomposition, also known, microcosmically, as "the food chain". It is
a symbol of the way that organic life perpetuates itself. The snake
eats its tail, which enables it to grow some more, because now it is
Part, of the idea, is,
that the amount of matter, in the universe, is limited, which is true.
For a world to be created, there must first be destruction of some
organization, such as a world, in order to supply the matter. Thus the
universe is the snake, that feeds upon his own tail.
Since the snake betokens
all matter, if it is goin to grow, then it must eat. But there is
nothin for it to eat, but itself, since it is all there is.
universe is the same way, one creature
eats another, and eventually dies to feed another. Some institutions
are suspected of usin the uroboros, to symbolize the devil, known to
them as "lucifer".
I suppose, that the
reason, why it must be betokened, by a snake or a worm, is the seemin
simpicity of the design of their bodies. Try to betoken the same
concept with a wart hog, or a tree, or any other creature, that feeds.
Trees feed, don't 'ch know!
- what is all united as 1 is whole. Also called unity and
integrity. The opposites are plurality or death.
-- it is the lower darkness of the 4
elements. It is whatever is outside of wholeness.
Designing Divine Perfection Patterns® - Images (Likenesses)
Yantra" is a famous kind of classic mandala. It is a Divine
Perfection Pattern®, which is a name for the ideal kind of Jungian
mandala. Divine perfection patterns® are explained here.
the middle of this Divine Perfection Pattern® is a point.
point is marken by a dot, and is called the "bindu". The word
"bindu" comes from Sanskrit. It means "point" or "dot".
bindu in this Divine Perfection Pattern® betokens the startin point of
the makin-of-all, which is "the all" in its raw bein, before any
duality would have been made by it. All of the foregoin is at
the macrocosmic height.
the microcosmic height the bindu betokens the selph, self, or soul, all
of which are the same word.
Divine Perfection Pattern® as a whole betokens the universe that, as it
were, "orbits" or flows around and is made by the bindu.
Sri Yantra is called also the "Sri Chakra", for "chakra" means "wheel".
It is also as as the"nav
That means "wheel of nine", because
has nine levels. Below you see a list of the nine levels, and
how each level is diagrammed in the Sri Yantra:
a square of three lines with four gates In Buddhism, the three worlds
refer the following destinations for karmic rebirth:
Kāmaloka is the world of desire, typified by base desires, populated by
hell beings, preta, animals, ghosts, humans and lower demi-gods.
Rūpaloka is the world of form, predominately free of baser desires,
populated by dhyāna-dwelling gods, possible rebirth destination for
those well practiced in dhyāna.
Arūpaloka is the world of formlessness, a noncorporeal realm populated
with four heavens, possible rebirth destination for practitioners of
the four formlessness stages.
Aasa Paripurak, a lotus of sixteen petals
Sankshobahan, a lotus of eight petals
Saubhagyadayak, fourteen triangles
Arthasadhak, ten triangles
Rakshakar, ten triangles
Rogahar, eight triangles
Siddhiprada, one triangle
to Draw Sri Yantra
am goin to link you to a website that explains and shows you how to
draw it. It shows only the triangles. You can
reckon the rest of it by what you see above, the likeness shown, and
the explanation. Here is the link: How to Draw Sri Yantra's Triangles.
Classic Kalachakra Mandala
Realists Only --
Can Use These Principles
In Realistic Art and
art above, you may have observed, is abstract. I have been
workin on some realistic art to show to you how you might like to make REALISTIC Divine
Perfection Pattern designs!
you see one that is in progress. It is not quite realistic,
in that the turtle is out of proportion to the rest of the elements,
and the posies are quite "posed". But I hope that you can get
the idea by lookin at it. It shouldn't be so dark as it is,
to be more beneficial than it is.
Slider at Pond,
There will be a time, when there will be a perfect master in your time,
and it is up to you to determine whether or not you follow.