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Watkins Adult Coloring Pages Series

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Buddhist Mandalas by Lisa Tenzin-Dolma
The Mindful Mandala Coloring Book by Lisa Tenzin-Dolma
Coloring For Contemplation by Amber Hatch

Watkins Adult Coloring Pages Series : Titles in Order

Book 5
Colouring for Contemplation contains beautiful, meaningful themed artwork alongside accompanying quotations from some of the most inspirational thinkers around the world, providing an inner and outer colouring journey.

Pick up your pens and pencils and begin your journey ? This beautiful colouring book has been created to help you to be mindful – to slow down and breathe and to give you the inspiration to live more fully in the present. Each illustration has been inspired by an accompanying quote to aid your contemplation of its message while you colour. Divided into three parts, Mindfulness, Insight and Inspiration, this is a colouring journey. Each of the three parts contains quotes and simple, inspirational designs and ends with a meditation and a section with questions aimed at helping you reflect both on your handiwork and your inner journey. Dip in or work from beginning to end. Colouring for Contemplation is your calming companion.
Book 4
Viewed as the key to self-knowledge and inner peace in Eastern traditions, a mandala is a symbolic spiritual image which, when meditated on, can bring about profound transformation. Featuring imagery from a range of spiritual and religious traditions, as well as from the natural world, this wonderful book offers a superb collection of black and white mandala artworks for you to colour in, plus guided meditations for every image, and a further section of basic line templates for you to create your own mandala designs.
Book 3
Viewed as the key to self-knowledge and inner peace in Eastern traditions, a mandala is a symbolic spiritual image which, when meditated on, can bring about profound inner transformation. This book offers a perfect way to combine contemplation with creativity, helping us to ease anxieties and insecurities, bring about change, and regain our personal balance – both through colouring in these mandalas and through meditating on them afterwards. Each mandala offers a place of refuge you can visit to recharge and reconnect with your essential self. The imagery ranges from the dove of peace, the rose of pure love and the floating lotus of the East to dolphins at play. There is an introduction putting the symbolism and imagery of the mandalas in context, as well as a directory of the mandalas in full colour at the back of the book.
Book 2
Celtic designs and motifs provide wonderful insight into Celtic spirituality. This book aims to make the deeply spiritual symbolism of Celtic artwork more accessible and potentially life-enriching for you by presenting meaningful combinations of key Celtic patterns and motifs in 32 attractive and thought-provoking mandalas for you to colour in. A short introduction, illustrated in full-color, explains some of the fundamentals of Celtic symbolism. This not only gives you deeper insight into ancient Celtic ways but will also help you to get the most from the guided meditations given with the mandalas themselves. The designs include the Endless Knot, the Salmon of Wisdom, the Tree of Life and the Seven Spirals. At the back of the book is a visual directory of Celtic iconography in full color.
Book 1
The Buddhist Mandalas coloring book combines Buddhist-style meditation with the power of mandalas. This means you can channel the power of contemplation with your creativity. 

The Buddhist Mandalas coloring book combines Buddhist-style meditation with the power of mandalas. While mandalas are traditionally considered to be highly complex maps of the cosmos, the beautiful examples included in this book are designed to be suitable for today’s Western practitioner, incorporating the most accessible and relevant Buddhist symbols and imagery. With 32 brilliant Mandalas rendered as line illustrations, the act of colouring and contemplating these harmonious images is a powerful way to engage in visually based meditation. A directory of Buddhist symbols, with colour images, completes the book.
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