mandala colouring

I first spoke about colouring in for grown ups in this post about 6mths ago and since then, I must say, things have really stepped up. It seems, the universe has gone a little colouring in mad.

There are so many options here at my favourite online bookstore for colouring in books for adults, I am seeing them available at local book stores, and even in department stores.  I am so incredibly happy that people are embracing this trend and most importantly, stopping and taking time to have a little more zen in their days.

One thing I am very excited about lately is mandala colouring…

mandala colouring


What is mandala colouring?

Firstly – what is a mandala? Quite simply it is a circular figure representing the universe in Hindu and Buddhist symbolism.

The perfectionist in me is a little [ok, a lot] in love with mandalas because they are quite often geometrical, and geometrical designs are SO fun to colour!

You can imagine my delight then, when Sarah Wilder from The Fifth Element Life released an e-book of mandala designs to colour in…


Take a little peek at the video explaining the book, and the concept behind it here…

Pretty gorgeous hey!  There are mandalas included that are simple and can be coloured quickly if you have limited time (or patience) and those that are more intricate and take longer.  Liana and I are loving these designs, and you can see some examples at the top of this page of ones we have previously coloured along with on our instagram @littlegirls_greatbigdreams

As one lady commented to me last night “does it get any better…. instant download colouring book!!”

More details on 111: Mandala Meditation Magick here and as a special bonus to my readers, if you enter the code RENEEBELL at the checkout you can save 10% on your purchase!

If you buy it – please do come back and let me know what you think, and tag me in any pics you put on instagram so I can see!

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  • […] Next, after some inspiration on Instagram, I discovered mandalas – so we spent a small fortune at local art supply stores (Christmas presents!) and we both started drawing and colouring mandalas. […]ReplyCancel

  • KerryJuly 24, 2015 - 4:53 pm

    Beautiful! I haven’t bought a mandala colouring book yet but have been meaning to! Sarah’s looks so gorgeous! <3ReplyCancel

    • littlegirlsbigdreamsJuly 25, 2015 - 8:44 am

      Thanks Kerry. I think you will love the book! Hope to see some of your pics shared one day soon 🙂ReplyCancel

  • AlessiaJuly 22, 2015 - 11:16 pm

    I love the idea of mandala coloring as a form of meditation and it’s so relaxing and a great way to wake up creativity! Beautiful article and meditation 🙂 xxReplyCancel

    • littlegirlsbigdreamsJuly 25, 2015 - 8:45 am

      Oh it is fabulous Alessia!!! Thanks for the love xxReplyCancel