Coloring for Meditation

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With Tibetan Buddhist Art

Tashi Dhargyal

Tibetan Buddhists have long seen art as a powerful meditative practice, but you need not be Buddhist to enjoy coloring the fifty illustrations here. Through deep symbolism, Tibetan imagery of enlightenment depicts the qualities of wisdom and compassion, and the mindful focus evoked by coloring them can not only still agitation, it can connect us to deeper meaning. Images inside include the Buddha, several different bodhisattvas, major symbols, decorative motifs, important figures from Tibetan history, mythical creatures, and scenes from nature. Each illustration is accompanied with a brief description.

book information
  • Paperback
  • 104 pages, 11.75 x 9 inches
  • $12.95
  • ISBN 9781614293620
about the author
Coloring for Meditation

Tibetan artist Tashi Dhargyal trained with master painter Venerable Sangye Yeshi at a school established at the behest of the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala, India. For five years he was the artist-in-residence at Ganden Monastery in northern India before coming to the United States to continue his craftsmanship. His studio and gallery in California wine country is open to the public, and he has an active following online.
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Author photo source here.

Tashi at work on a painting. [Source]

Other books by Tashi Dhargyal:
Tibetan Art Calendar 2020

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