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Carl Jung refers to the mandala as “the psychological expression of the totality of the Self.” Mandalas are found throughout nature, architecture, and the visual arts. The mandala, or sacred circle, is one of the most profound and universal symbols of Wholeness. The experience of drawing a mandala or reflecting on a mandala can help one calm the mind and allow unconscious thoughts and feelings to surface. It is a “template for the mind, a state of peace and order, a resolution of the chaos within.”

Susan Moseley, D.Ed.Min., is Pastor for the UUFR-VA. Her final project for the certificate in Spiritual Direction from the Haden Institute was about using and creating mandalas in spiritual direction.

UUFR-VA members pose next to the the entrance sign in front of the church.


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