Native American Mandala
A beautiful mandala made in New Mexico.
Approximately 3 feet high
Native Americans believe that the shape represents:
The circle of life, and the path from birth to death
The unification of man, nature, and the spiritual in a cyclical form
A way to connect with the creators
While mandalas are used as physical forms of design in many Native tribes, the circular pattern is also essential to ceremonial practices and rituals.