1. Lovely mandala


    from Nova Luna Asser Added 18 1 0

    I made this loop with Cinema4d and After effects Song: Chinah - away from me

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    • ACM : MRI


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      Aleksandra Chodakowska-Malkiewicz, MA diploma work's documentation "ACM: MRI interactive mandala" is a multimedia installation, which can work as a perfect meditation tool. By creating their own symmetrical and colourful mandalas, accompanied by sound, the audience can experience a moment of self-reflection and self-awareness. However, these are not traditional mandalas, since they are created by modifying the sequence of photographs taken during magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the author’s head. Aleksandra Chodakowska-Malkiewicz, 2015 MA diploma work @ Multimedia Studio, New Media Faculty, PJIIT (PJATK) main supervisor: dr hab. Anna Klimczak, prof. PJATK subsidiary supervisor: mgr Olga Wroniewicz assistant: inż. Tomasz Miśkiewicz

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      • kaleidoscopic brain activation video with mystical singing stone music


        from Alexander Dirnberger Added 3 1 0

        visit us @ facebook: "ImZauberwald Psy Shop" :) www.imzauberwald.com

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        • Lucid Surrender


          from Onedoorland Added 28 0 0

          30 Minute Journey of Moving Mandalas set to the Ambient Soundscape by Entheo Music

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          • Mandala


            from Simone Pastafari Added 24 0 0

            Pieza tras pieza...cadauna en su sitio. Todos somos Uno. Es una manñana de sol. Tomo un cafe' con Oliver que se queda en casa un par de dias antes de seguir su viaje en bicicleta. Preparo y ordeno las piezas. Todo listo. GO.

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            • Mandala Spline testing


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              Growing mandala

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              • Tibetan Sand Mandala (Hidden World episode 103)


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                Buddhist monks from the Drepung Gomang Monastery in South India construct a sand mandala- a type of ritual artwork- over the course of 5 days. The construction techniques behind this intricately detailed artwork, and the meaning behind its creation and ritual destruction are shown and explained by Geshe Lharampa Lobzang Samdup, the leader of the Monks as they tour North America to spread the wisdom and blessings of the Medicine Buddha Sand Mandala. Scenes of Tibetan culture are shown and the environmental impact of the Chinese occupation of Tibet are explained. A Puja ritual is performed prior to the dismantling of the mandala and the dispersing of its sand into a nearby creek to share its healing power.

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                • WASTEMANDALA Original Version


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                  In the collective imaginary, Nepal is a land of pristine nature, temples and sacred sites. Few people are acquainted with the other side of the picture: a land devastated by plastic and rubbish generated by mass tourism and the rapid spread of consumption in a civilization that is still archaic. Starting in 2011, a group of volunteers began gathering the trash abandoned on the peaks of the Himalayas and in Nepal’s sacred areas. They are known as the Green Soldiers, an army led by Achut Gurung, who, like a Bollywood version of Don Quixote, battles the mountains of plastic under which indifference,scorn, ignorance and, above all, a gradual and inexorable loss of cultural identity are hiding. Today, after years of collecting garbage, the Green Soldiers want to leave a lasting mark, reappropriate an ancient symbol and reconstruct harmony and beauty, starting from something that is universally considered waste. On May 3, 2014, in the center of one of Kathmandu’s most sacred squares, after countless hardships, radio and television announcements, glitches, and authorizations and blessings that never arrived, the Green Soldiers created an enormous Mandala, made not of sand but of plastic gathered in the four corners of Nepal. It is the symbolic beginning of change that not even the terrible earthquake which hit in April 2015 will be able to cancel.

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                  • WASTE MANDALA


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                    Nell’immaginario comune il Nepal è un luogo di natura incontaminata, di templi e siti sacri. Pochi conoscono l’altro lato: un paese devastato dalla plastica e dai rifiuti portati dal turismo di massa e dal rapido diffondersi del consumismo in una civiltà ancora arcaica. A partire dal 2011, un gruppo di volontari ha iniziato a raccogliere l'immondizia abbandonata dal sulle cime dell'Himalaya e nei luoghi sacri del Nepal: sono i Green Soldiers, l'esercito condotto da Achut Gurung, che, come in una versione bollywoodiana del Don Quixote, combatte contro le montagne di plastica sotto alle quali si nasconde indifferenza, derisione, ignoranza, e soprattutto una graduale ed inesorabile perdita di identità culturale. Dopo anni di raccolte oggi i Green Soldiers vogliono lasciare un segno indelebile, riappropriarsi di un simbolo antico per ricostruire armonia e bellezza partendo proprio da quello che tutti considerano solo uno scarto: il 3 maggio 2014 dopo mille traversie, annunci radio televisivi, intoppi, autorizzazioni e benedizioni mai arrivate, al centro di una delle piazze più sacre di Kathmandu, i Green Soldiers realizzano un enorme Mandala, non di sabbia, ma con la plastica proveniente dai quattro angoli del Nepal. . E’ l’inizio simbolico del cambiamento che neanche il terribile terremoto che si è abbattuto nell’aprile 2015 potrà cancellare… PARTE DEL RICAVATO SARA' DESTINATO ALL'ASSOCIAZIONE "FINALE FOR NEPAL" A SOSTEGNO DELLA POPOLAZIONE NEPALESE COLPITA DAL TERREMOTO www.finalefornepal.org

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