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Creating mandalas; for insight, healing, and self-expression

By: Fincher, Susanne F
Material type: TextTextBoston; London Shambhala c1991Edition: 1st edDescription: xii, 192p.; illus.; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-87773-646-4Subject(s): Mandala | Healing--Psychological Aspects | Symbolism of Color | Numbers, Symbolism of | Jacobi, Jolande | Hildegard, Saint, 1098-1179 | Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von, 1749-1832 | Kellog, Joan | Luscher, MaxLOC classification: BL604.M36 F56 1991Abstract: 'This book is a practical and inspiring guide to creating the circular drawings known as mandalas. The author introduces the history and ritual use of mandalas in cultures all over the world...'
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Foreword by Robert A. Johnson.

Symbolism of Color : Color in mandalas; Color systems. [The meaning and effect of colors. Interpretation of colors by Goethe, Hildegard of Bingen, Jolande Jacobi, Jung, Kellogg, Luscher. See also index under individual color], p33-72; p73-90.. Symbolism of Numbers : Numbers and forms. [See also index under individual numbers], p91-143.. Analytical Psychology -- Symbolism : Re: interpretation of color, see index.. Jacobi, Jolande : Re: interpretation of color, see index.. Hildegard of Bingen. 1098-1179 : Re: interpretation of color, see index.. Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von, 1749-1832 : Re: interpretation of color, see index.. Kellog, Joan : Re: interpretation of color, see index.. Luscher, Max : Re: interpretation of color, see index.

'This book is a practical and inspiring guide to creating the circular drawings known as mandalas. The author introduces the history and ritual use of mandalas in cultures all over the world...'

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