Welcome to The Psy Lab

Mandalas have been used in spiritual practice for thousands of years across different religions, cultures and artistic contexts to evoke meditative and healing energies. They are ancient meditative symbols and reveal the underlying connectedness of nature. Their purpose is to help transform our minds into enlightened ones and to assist with healing.

Evolution of Mandalas
Mandalas

The word mandala arises from the Sanskrit and means sacred circle. Due to their structure based on sacred geometry, mandalas draw our attention inward, unifying the centre of our being with the cosmos, attracting a state of harmony and wholeness. Mandalas act as a bridge between the higher and lower realms.

Sacred Geometry

Mandalas have been used in spiritual practice for thousands of years across different religions, cultures and artistic contexts to evoke meditative and healing energies. They are ancient meditative symbols and reveal the underlying connectedness of nature. Their purpose is to help transform our minds into enlightened ones and to assist with healing.

Modern Mandalas

In today’s society, the link between humans and nature has never been so fragile… The world is moving faster than ever and we are losing the sacred connection with others and within ourselves. The intention behind The Psy Lab and its modern day mandalas is to give you an opportunity to take a break, breathe, admire the beauty of our world, reconnect with yourself and explore your mind.