Thursday, 8 November 2018

Time Lapse Making of a Mandala: The Crow Collection of Asian Art

Tibetan Monks painstakingly spend five days to design and place tiny
grains of sand to create a beautiful work of temporary art. On day 6
they scoop up the sand and place it in a body of water, releasing the
energy of the project back into the community.

2 comments:

Apu Ramadainn said...

I did make one of these for my 6th wife. She now plows fields with more energy and happy.

pete said...

Excellent video, Marty. And the philosophy too.

Apu, I know your wife. You do the plowing while she orchestrates the family affairs! Enjoy your fantasy ...