Sand Mandala of Healing

Thank you Jennifer Prugh for giving TCEF another opportunity to share the unique Tibetan culture. Thank you Losang Samten la for another Tibetan sand mandala construction. This year it will be the Mandala of Healing. 

July 26 – July 30 

Breathe Together Yoga 

14107-H Winchester Boulevard
Los Gatos, CA 95032

The Medicine Buddha Mandala

Mandalas in Tibetan Buddhism
The word “mandala” comes from Sanskrit and means “circle” or “center.” A mandala is used as a tool for meditation and contemplation. Every aspect of the mandala has meaning and nothing is arbitrary or superfluous. The intricate designs and symbols of the mandala are believed to represent elements of the universe and represent aspects of enlightenment.

The Medicine Buddha Mandala
The Medicine Buddha mandala is a sacred design that represents the healing power of wisdom and compassion. Medicine Buddha is believed to have the power to heal physical, mental, and emotional illnesses, as well as to alleviate suffering and promote spiritual well-being. The Medicine Buddha mandala is used in meditation and in rituals to connect with healing energy and wisdom.

The Medicine Buddha mandala typically features a central image of Medicine Buddha surrounded by other deities, symbols, and elements of the natural world. The mandala is depicted in vibrant colors and has intricate designs that reflect the complexity of the universe and the inter- dependence of all life.