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Mandala Coloring Pages for Kids & Adults

These beautiful mandala coloring pages represent many different cultures and themes. They are our first set of mandalas, but they won’t be our last. They are almost as fun to make as they are to color!

For more intricate mandala coloring pages, check out this incredible Mystical Mandala Coloring Book Mandala Coloring Pages for Kids & Adults.

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Flower Mandala Coloring Page

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Lotus Mandala Coloring Page

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Celtic Knot Mandala Coloring Page

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Aztec Mandala Coloring Page

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Celtic Swirl Mandala Coloring Page

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Blooming Water Lily Mandala Coloring Page

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Southwestern Mandala Coloring Page

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Abstract Mandala Coloring Page

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Floral Mandala Coloring Page

You may also like our stained glass coloring pages, too!

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8 comments for “Mandala Coloring Pages for Kids & Adults”

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  8. [...] Mandalas–Finding some clarity On April 22, 2013 · Leave a Comment Today, well actually yesterday, I promised myself to take some time to be still and clear my head.  I am faced with yet another fork in the road and am very ambivalent about the choice I need to make.  I am having trouble using my intuition as my guide.  Hearing one of my favorite songs repeatedly in the car, “Where the Streets Have No Name” by U2, sums it up for me.  This new road I long to embark on is just that, new.  How do I know it will bring me joy?  How do I know this is what I want?  I don’t even know what I want anymore.  The road ahead has no name and now I must give it a name.  When I was young I knew what I wanted and had a clearer picture in my head of which direction to go. I’ve reached my goals and now my life is a blank slate waiting to be filled by my undiscovered inner desires and passions–yet I don’t know what they are.  I need to stop long enough to listen to my soul and really “hear” what it has been trying to tell me.  Mandalas have been very therapeutic for me, a form of meditation, that even as a child, has helped calm my mind and connect to that special place in my heart.  The repetitive shapes, geometric designs and the soothing flow of color on paper brings me back to Me.  Here is a site where you can print out your own mandalas to color:   http://www.fantasyjr.com/mandala-coloring-pages-for-kids-adults/ [...]

    Posted by Mandalas–Finding some clarity | soulSpeak Marketing | April 22, 2013, 2:01 pm

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