Book Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.2 x 8.5
Number of Images (colorable pages): 92
About Meditations Through Coloring:
Meditation is a stress-reduction technique implemented the world over. Although the techniques vary, people from across the globe embrace meditation as an essential part of their daily practice. As scientists and psychologists explore this ancient path today, they are discovering alternatives to traditional meditation. One of these is coloring. Coloring is a low-stress activity that invokes deep focus and relaxation. The act of coloring can unlock hidden creative potential while alleviating stress by allowing the practitioner to concentrate on specific patterns and colors while letting go of any worries and concerns. This volume showcases images inspired by the ancient art form of henna tattoos, known as mehndi. Throughout the world, mehndi is incorporated into special celebrations and rites of passage, ranging from weddings to childbirth. Experienced meditation practitioners and general readers alike will enjoy Meditations through Coloring as they explore intricate patterns and the calming interaction of color and space on every page.
What was your inspiration for this book?:
In this volume, we have carefully selected 92 images inspired by the ancient art form of henna tattoos, known as mehndi, for you to color. The art of mehndi entails applying a paste made from the crushed leaves of the henna plant directly to the skin. The paste is applied in decorative patterns, typically to the hands and feet.
Although the illustrations are derived from a traditional art form, the intricate and organic nature of the patterns makes them ideal for anyone wanting to focus their mind, relax, and explore the interaction of color and space. It is our hope that you enjoy these Medita- tions through Coloring and that they help you find your path to a calmer, healthier you.
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