Hey there Camper…a little Camp High history lesson for you. Carl Jung, the Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, is famous for many breakthrough studies including being the founder of analytic psychology. But did you also know he also explored the psychological effects of mandalas, while studying Eastern religion???
Mandalas have been used in many ancient cultures like Buddhism, Hinduism, Native American, Australian Aboriginal as a symbol of the universe and wholeness.
Literally speaking, mandala is a geometrical form – a square or a circle – abstract and static, or a vivid image formed of objects and/or beings. It’s a cosmic diagram that reminds us of our connection with the infinite.Carl Jung refers to the mandala as “the psychological expression of the totality of the self.”This shirt is a tribute to the works of Jung and all the other full time seekers out there. Keep on seeking. A mind is a terrible thing to waste.
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